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The Razer Blade Stealth is an in­ter­est­ing propo­si­tion. It is po­si­tioned as a gam­ing note­book, but not in the tra­di­tional sense. In place of earth-shattering hard­ware, the Blade Stealth has more mod­est spec­i­fi­ca­tions and re­lies on clever en­gi­neer­ing to re­al­ize its po­ten­tial as a gam­ing ma­chine. As a re­sult, Razer was able to make the Blade Stealth thin and light.

The head­line fig­ures are th­ese: 13.1mm in thick­ness and just 1.33kg heavy. It might seem heavy when com­pared to its ri­vals in this shootout, but it is an ab­so­lute feath­er­weight in­so­far as gam­ing note­books are con­cerned.

The Blade Stealth comes with a 13.3-inch IGZO dis­play that sup­ports a res­o­lu­tion of 3,200 x 1,800 pix­els. Even though it isn’t 4K, it is eas­ily one of the best dis­plays in its class.

Un­der­neath the prover­bial hood, the Blade Stealth is pow­ered by sev­enth gen­er­a­tion Core pro­ces­sor - the Core i77500U. It also comes with 16GB of RAM and a 512GB SSD. Again, th­ese spec­i­fi­ca­tions aren’t typ­i­cally what you would find on a gam­ing note­book, but like I said ear­lier, the Blade Stealth isn’t a typ­i­cal one.

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