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Razer Blade Stealth Price in Singapore

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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Best price for Razer Blade Stealth in Singapore is S$ 2,349.90

You can buy the Razer Blade Stealth at the lowest price of S$ 2,349.90 from Lazada which is 6% cheaper than the Razer Blade Stealth that is sold by Qoo10 at the price of S$ 2,499.00, you can also buy it from Shopee and Qoo10. Alternatively, the Razer Blade Stealth is also sold in Indonesia at with the price of S$ 1,340.00 and Malaysia at Lazada with the price of S$ 2,452.00 and Philippines at Galleon with the price of S$ 2,190.00. Pricing details were last updated at 19 May 2018, 00:57.

Price List by Country for Razer Blade Stealth

Country International Price Price in SGD
Indonesia IDR 14.152.000 SGD 1,340.00
Malaysia MYR 7,265.31 SGD 2,452.00
Philippines PHP 85,490.00 SGD 2,190.00
Singapore SGD 2,349.90 SGD 2,350.00

Specs of Razer Blade Stealth

Processor Type Intel Core i7
Processor Speed 2.7GHz
Operating System Windows 10
CPU 64bit
Graphic Card Intel
Integrated Graphic Card
Screen Resolution 3840 x 2160pixels
Screen Size 13.3"
Storage Type SSD
Storage Capacity 0.512TB
Weight 1.29
Packaging Data
Warranty Unknown
Optical Drive
DVD Writer
Blu-ray Writer
Connector Ports
USB 3.0
USB Type-C
Display Port
Headphone Jack
Card Reader
Webcam Resolution 2MP
Backlit Keyboard
Fingerprint Reader
Detachable Screen
Touch Screen
Face Scanner
Wi-Fi Standard 802.11a

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.

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.

Reviews of Razer Blade Stealth
Reviewed on 2017-10-04
The Razer Blade Stealth is what the MacBook Air could have been if Apple did not neglect its genre-defining notebook.Both are ultra-thin laptops with a sturdy unibody aluminium chassis and a minimalist design. However, the latest Stealth, like most premiu...
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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 2016-05-04
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 system
Below 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 2016-04-22
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 2018-04-02
Speedy performance stacks up well to more expensive machines. Long battery life. Attractive and sturdy metal construction. Customizable individually backlit keys. Includes both USB-C with Thunderbolt 3 and USB 3.0 ports,
Somewhat light on storage. Keys have slightly shallow travel,
Now, the American gaming hardware-maker has returned with an update that largely provides more of the same, albeit with a few notable improvements.Its processor has been seen a generation bump, going from an Intel Core i7-6500U to the more energy-...
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Reviewed on 2018-03-01
Even though Razer is a primarily gamer-centric brand, the Razer Blade Stealth does not feature a discrete GPU for gaming. Instead, Razer advertises using their Razer Core V2 external Thunderbolt 3 enclosure to add your own full-size GPU, giving users the...
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Reviewed on 2018-01-03
Gorgeous 13,3-inch QHD+ touch display, Speedy new Core i7 processor, Slick design and solid construction, USB-C with Thunderbolt 3, Customizable LED keyboard, Runs quietly
Battery life not as long as some competitors', Can't charge and use USB-C port at the same time
It wasn't long ago that we reviewed the 13.3-inch Razer Blade Stealth, an excellent refreshed version of the non-gaming ultraportable that bumped up the screen size from previous versions. Now another update has arrived, with the changes coming on the ins...
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Reviewed on 2017-12-02
high quality metal case, no throttling, bright display with a good contrast, high color space coverage and easily calibratable, insides are easily accessible, extensive configuration options via Razer Chroma Keyboard, HDMI 2.0 and Thunderbolt 3
weak battery life in the WLAN test, CPU performance remains behind that of the competitors, no SD reader, very little feedback from the keyboard
Dancing at two weddings with one laptop. With the Blade Stealth, Razer wants to attract gamers during the night and office workers during the day. In order to gain a performance increase compared to the predecessor, the ultrabook is equipped with an i7-85...
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Reviewed on 2017-11-03
Elegant, compact design, Gorgeous high-res IGZO touch screen
Corporate gray models lack black models' RGB keyboard lighting, AC adapter occupies Thunderbolt 3/USB-C port, Seventh-generation Core i7 CPU overshadowed by eighth-gen "Kaby Lake R", Mediocre battery life
Did you ever, as a kid, spend November and December dreaming of a brand-new, bright red motocross bike, only to come downstairs on Christmas morning and find a brand-new, bright green one? That's how we feel about the Razer Blade Stealth the company sent...
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Reviewed on 2017-10-23
Gorgeous 13,3-inch QHD+ touch display, Slick design and solid construction, USB-C with Thunderbolt 3, Comfortable LED keyboard, Runs quietly
Battery life not as long as some competitors, Can't charge and use USB-C port at the same time
Razer's Blade Stealth line is a non-gaming alternative to its flagship Blade gaming laptops, turning the same sleek design into a smaller, thinner general purpose ultraportable. It's already seen various iterations since its debut last year, but this newe...
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Reviewed on 2017-10-14
Recently, I went to a coffee shop to do some stuff for work. As I looked up from my computer, I saw many other people doing the same thing—glued to their computers with a blue light shining on their face.There is one thing I remember starkly from this mem...
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Reviewed on 2017-09-06
Amazing machined aluminium design. New, beautiful, slimmerbezel display. Guaranteed toptier performance from the default Core i77500U and 16GB of RAM. RGBbacklit keyboard, fullsized USB and HDMI, and updated trackpad all contribute to an excellent package...
Earlier this year we reviewed the previous version of the Razer Blade Stealth and loved it. It featured a great design, very portable form factor, and decent internal hardware. But despite succeeding in many ways, we were put off by the laptop's enormous...
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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 keyboard
Below-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 2017-08-08
Gorgeous Display, Responsive Touchscreen, Great Battery Life, Comfortable Keyboard, Good Speakers, USB-A and USB-C
Reflective 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 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 2016-10-24
Keyboard is comfortable and customizable with Chroma, Comes in black, Relatively light and thin, Robust and hearty feel
WIthout 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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After having this for 2 months, I can say that this laptop has a beautiful screen, great speakers, decent keyboard and feels light and compact. Only downside is its battery life.
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