Let’s keep our last conversation, shall we? So let’s review some other ultra-actualized last models on the market, check it out!
First we have the queen, the new Razer Blade Stealth (13-inch, 2017), Razer laptops have always looked like gaming machines, even when they haven't been. The Razer Blade and Blade Pro include high-end graphics cards from NVidia, and match that with matte black designs accented by a neon green triple-snake-head logo and a highly customizable multicolored keyboard lighting system.
In other words, typical gaming laptops, The same aesthetic extended to the Razer Blade Stealth ($1,224.98 at Amazon.com), a slim MacBook-like Windows laptop that skipped the gaming components, but kept the ready-to-frag look. If you didn't dig the Razer design, it was a shame, as the Blade Stealth was a well-made, premium-feeling laptop that managed to offer high-end components, like a Core i7 CPU and large SSD hard drive, at a pretty reasonable price.
The Good the Razer Blade Stealth gets a larger screen in the same slim body. The new design feels more sophisticated and less gamer-y. Dropping the resolution from 4K means better battery life. Well priced for a premium Core i7 laptop.
The Bad The keyboard loses its fun multicolored backlight, going white-only. Accessing many system options requires signing up for a Razer account with your email. Limited configuration options.
The Bottom Line The redesigned Razer Blade Stealth has a more serious, sophisticated look and better battery life, but also loses its singular hook, a million-color lighting system.
This looks totally worth it! I want this device!