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A lot of Windows laptops and Ultrabooks have come close to bringing the fight to a certain slim and compact laptop of a rather fruity descent, but none have really delivered the fight – until the Razer Blade Stealth. Read more below!

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Razer Blade Stealth Singapore

The Ultimate Ultrabook

Razer has done it again. They have set the standards for many devices and products, and now they are setting the standard for Ultrabooks. The Razer Blade Stealth from Razer isn’t quite a gaming laptop that a lot of people will come to expect from Razer, but instead it is first and foremost a Windows Ultrabook that is targeted towards those who want a great Windows machine for their work and their studies.

The thinnest Blade yet

The Razer Blade Stealth is the thinnest Windows machine Razer has ever produced, and also the lighest. The Blade Stealth weighs no more than your heavy college textbook at only 1.2 kilograms. And its thinness? No more than your notebook at only 0.52 inches thin. It is portable computing, made perfect.

This is achievable thanks to the excellent engineering from Razer and also through the use of high quality CNC-milled aircraft grade aluminium. The entire Blade Stealth is milled from a single block of aluminium to provide durability that is second to none in an incredibly slim form factor.

Power through the Day

Like in games, it would be terribly bad if your character ran out of health points or magic points; it would be terrible for your Ultrabook or laptop to run out of battery even before the day is over. The Razer Blade Stealth comes with a 53.6 WH battery that delivers up to 9 hours of battery life in total. This means that you can unplug the device and head to work or class and return home with some left over power still! And even if you did have to carry the charger out, the charger is incredibly small and light, just like the Blade Stealth itself.

Razer Core – Razer Blade Stealth Singapore

Ultimately, Razer is still a gaming company at the heart, and it would be unlike them if the Razer Blade Stealth were to come without any gaming capabilities whatsoever. Which is why the Razer Core exists; the Razer Core is a companion external graphics card enclosure for all Razer Blade laptops – not just the Blade Stealth.

The idea is that the Razer Blade Stealth can be plugged into the Razer Core after a long days’ worth of work to be able to game with a proper external graphics card for superior gaming performance.

Razer Blade Stealth Expert Reviews
Reviewed on 2016-05-04
Slim and attractive design, Solid build quality, QHD touchscreen is bright, crisp and vibrant, Perkey RGB illumination offers a lot of customization options, Great value for money, Discrete graphics performance with optional docking systemBelow average battery life, Shallow key travel distance, Stereo speakers lack clarity
So Razer now has an ultrabook . Suffice to say, the tech gods didn't tell us that this was coming . And when we say ultrabook, a term we're more used to associating with brands like Apple, Dell, and even ASUS, we mean it in every sense of the word. So yes...
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Reviewed on 2016-05-04
Many consider Razer the Apple of gaming laptops. And if Apple made gaming laptops, they would probably look a lot like Razer's.The point is moot, of course, because Apple does not make gaming machines. But a real comparison between the hardware of both is...
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Reviewed on 2016-04-22
SINGAPORE - Gaming hardware maker Razer has announced that its Blade Stealth ultrabook will be available on its online store from May 3.Prices start at $1,599 for the base model, which has an Intel Core i7 processor, 12.5-inch display, 8GB of system memor...
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Reviewed on 2016-02-26
So why did Razer decide to build a thin and light laptop that can't play modern games? Firstly, there's a big market of people just looking for a laptop to do work and web browsing on the go. Secondly, the Stealth can game with the Razer Core graphics amp...
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Reviewed on 2016-01-22
The Ultimate Ultrabook?Earlier this month, we shared news of Razer's new Ultrabook, the Razer Blade Stealth, which they claim is the ultimate Ultrabook because of its CNC-milled
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Reviewed on 2017-09-01
The chassis of this Blade Stealth isn't dramatically different than it has been in past generations — except for its new gunmetal paint job. An all-black exterior, backlit triple snake logo and a keyboard with every color in the rainbow is often what kept...
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Reviewed on 2017-08-30
Earlier this year Razer co-founder and CEO Min-Liang Tan announced that Razer is planning better laptop support on Linux. He noted that more customers are requesting Linux support and they formed a goal of figuring out how to make "the best notebook in t...
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Reviewed on 2017-08-24
Svelte, lightweight design, Great performance, Fast SSD, Bright, vivid quad-HD display, Beautiful, customizable keyboardBelow-average battery life, Finicky touchpad
The original Razer Blade stealth turned heads with its stunningly sleek design and powerful performance, but its 12-inch screen felt a bit cramped. The new Stealth (starting at $1,399, reviewed at $1,599) crams a 13.3-inch display into the same slim and c...
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Reviewed on 2017-08-17
Great form factor and design, Impressive QHD+ touch display, Beefy power/great portabilityNot a gaming laptop, Average battery life
The new Razer Blade Stealth is an unusual beast, in a good way. It exists as a product manufactured by a company that proudly states on the cardboard box that it ships in they are “For Gamers, By Gamers” but, like the previous model, it doesn't really fee...
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Reviewed on 2017-08-08
Gorgeous Display, Responsive Touchscreen, Great Battery Life, Comfortable Keyboard, Good Speakers, USB-A and USB-CReflective Screen, Giant Bezel, Price, Loud Fan, No Windows Hello, Decent Trackpad
For the past month, I've had the privilege of testing out the Razer Blade Stealth and can say that it has truly blown me away. From its sleek design to its great performance, the ultrabook should appeal to a wide range of consumers outside of gaming. As s...
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Reviewed on 2017-08-08
Sleek, attractive design, Thin and light, Lovely screen, Distinctive keyboardFingerprint magnet, SSD write speed not great
The premium Windows ultrabook category is chock-full of excellent choices right now. Got a budget of over £1,000? Then you wouldn't go far wrong with a Dell XPS 13, HP Spectre x360, Microsoft Surface Laptop, or from gaming specialist Razer. Speaking of R...
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Reviewed on 2017-07-28
The Blade Stealth is a million miles away from traditional notebooks – it's slimmer and lighter than everything else, for instance – but don't worry if you need a gaming machine. Razer has paired the Blade Stealth with the Core graphics dock, which sits a...
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Reviewed on 2017-05-10
The Razer Blade Stealth gets many elements of the Ultrabook formula right on its first go. From the vibrant screen, to its reserved styling and impeccable build quality, the Stealth encapsulates all the finest qualities you'd expect out of an Ultrabook. A...There really is nothing I don't like about the Razer Blade Stealth, except for its exceptionally short battery life. Paired with its longer-than-normal recharge cycle and you've found this machine's fatal flaw, making it impossible to pick over any of the...
Razer has been chasing the dream of creating a capable gaming laptop that's also thin and formal enough to pass as an everyday notebook. It's an ethos that has helped spawn the compact Razer Blade gaming notebook. However, trying to strike this perfect ba...
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Reviewed on 2016-11-16
Razer are mostly known for their gaming mice, keyboards and accessories but their newest addition to their Razer Blade notebook range, the Stealth, represents an interesting turn for the company. It's an attempt to take a stab outside the gaming niche th...
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Reviewed on 2016-11-10
I'd customised the brightly lit keyboard of the Razer Blade Stealth with all the meticulousness of a gamer, but I hadn't just customised it for games. When it opened up Photoshop, the most mundane of apps, and the entire keyboard was a rainbow of coloured...
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Reviewed on 2016-11-08
Sleek, attractive design, Thin, light and highly portable, Core adds potential, Fast NVMe M.2 SSDBezel is large and noticeable, CPU not powerful enough for Core
Razer has repeatedly underscored its intention to provide high-quality peripherals to gamers. This, it appears, is the company's raison d'etre, going by the CEO's comments, so we expect much from the San Diego-based firm. Part of this strategy to win over...
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Reviewed on 2016-11-02
high-end metal chassis, components are easy to access, highly configurable Razer Chroma keyboard, HDMI 2.0 and Thunderbolt 3, bright display with good contrast, good color space coverage and easy calibration, very good CPU performance, good battery life...susceptible to finger prints, comparatively large chassis for a 12.5-inch display, no SD card reader, PCIe SSD writes not reaching full potential, keyboard could have more feedback, review laptop suffers from "coil whine"
Successful Debut. The subnotebook for gamers - introduced at CES this year - receives an update to Intel's Kaby Lake CPU-generation. The subtle performance increase is welcome, especially in conjunction with the Razer Core eGPU. Razer recently announced t...
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Reviewed on 2016-10-26
Incredible screen, Beautiful unibody chassis, Low fan noise (39dB)Slightly heavier and bigger than Macbook, No 512GB SSD option on UHD screen version
Razer has gone with a full unibody chassis, and the keyboard and touchpad just feel spot on – if you didn't need to have a Razer account to control the RGB lighting, I wouldn't have a bad thing to say about it. Having to create yet another account just to...
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Reviewed on 2016-10-25
Captivatingly colorful display, Greatly improved battery life, Faster overall performanceCumbersome charger, Keyboard needs more travel, Lacks SD card reader
Razer's first attempt at a creating an Ultrabook was dramatic, but ultimately underwhelming. The Blade Stealth came with hardware and a lower price to rival top Ultrabooks like the Dell XPS 13 and the MacBook Air; however, the plucky upstart was held back...
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Reviewed on 2016-10-24
Keyboard is comfortable and customizable with Chroma, Comes in black, Relatively light and thin, Robust and hearty feelWIthout Razer Core, remains less than AAA gaming powerful, USB-C power port makes tripping easy, Bezel is big (but not terribly so), Razer logo still over-the-top for a laptop not explicitly gaming-aimed
When I reviewed the original Razer Blade Stealth earlier this year, I suggested it was the “true MacBook alternative”. I stand by that claim, and go one further: Razer has out-done Apple in one key area. At a time when Apple is taking upwards 2-3 years to...
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