Razer Blade Stealth became more powerful and more Autonomous

Razer revealed an updated version of the ultrabook brand Blade Stealth and the dock second generation Core. The latter serves to connect external video card to any laptop. Stealth Blade still is the most portable solution compact and lightweight package. Interestingly, the company managed to increase the notebook performance and battery life.

Razer Blade Stealth

“Our engineers have done something truly remarkable in the new Stealth Blade, significantly increasing the power with increasing the time of Autonomous work. New Blade Stealth — the best equipped in the laptop is for Windows, and it can be “loaded” using a new Core V2 Razer,” said Min-Liang tan, CEO of Razer.

The updated Razer Blade Stealth received the CPU of the eighth generation Intel Core i7-8550U with a maximum clock frequency of 4.0 GHz, 16 GB, dual channel memory LPDDR3 (2 133 MHz) and an onboard storage of 512 GB. Keyboard with RGB illumination available only in version black (in light of the model proposed white backlight).

Razer Blade Stealth

As for Razer Core V2, the key change was the new location of the components inside. This allows you to set in the docking station is much more types of cards. The dock is equipped with power supply of 500 watts and additional cooling system for continuous operation of the GPU. But it is worth noting that the Core V2 only supports graphics cards with a capacity up to 375 watts.

Razer Core V2

The cost of an updated Stealth the Razer Blade starts from $1 700. For Core V2 without a video card company asking for $500.

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Source: wccftech.com

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