Razer Blade Stealth (early 2016)

82

Engadget Review

Razer's first gaming ultrabook suffers from the sin of ambition: It's a beautiful machine with a gorgeous display, powerful processor and incredible potential -- but middling battery life and the absence of its companion GPU dock leave it feeling incomplete. At least for now.

Razer's Blade Stealth gaming ultraportable is all work and no play
Until Razer's external GPU dock arrives later this year, its latest machine is just a cool-looking workhorse, and that's OK.
Sean Buckley
Sean BuckleyFebruary 25, 2016

Pros

  • Thin, light and well designed
  • Razer finally did away with its mushy mouse buttons
  • Fast performance
  • Stunning 4K display

Cons

  • Disappointing battery life for an ultraportable
  • Can't play high-end PC games without Razer Core accessory
  • External GPU docking station not available at launch
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Critics

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Wired
The Stealth is, as its name implies, svelte enough, though a little heavier than its competitors

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Key Specs

TYPE
Ultraportable
SCREEN SIZE
12.522
SCREEN RESOLUTION
Other
BUNDLED OS
Windows
CPU FAMILY
Core i7
PROCESSOR SPEED
2.519
SYSTEM RAM
81
POINTING DEVICE
Trackpad
VIDEO OUTPUTS
HDMI

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