Okay, the heading is not misleading or clickbait since this is actually the first-ever ultrabook made for gaming. To put things into context, we have already seen a bunch of ultrabooks release over the years after taking inspiration from MacBook Air. Many PC vendors have already released a lineup of ultrabooks excelling the productivity and more while the width of the chassis keeps on reducing over the years. However, the thing is, these ultrabooks were made for streaming videos and productivity apps and software and more but not for gaming because it is clear that gaming is a soul-wrenching task and takes up a lot of gigs of RAM and hard drive and GPU to make things work.
Razer unveiled the world’s first-ever ultrabook for gaming and it is called Blade Stealth 13. It packs in the latest 10th-gen Intel chip that the company promised would escalate the performance as well as help PC vendors create slimmer and this is not an exception.
The Blade Stealth 13 series weighs at 1.36Kg with the width of the chassis measuring at 15mm only while those models featuring GTX GPUs are a bit heavy at 1.48Kg while allowing users to play high-end high-graphics games with ease.
Launched the IFA Berlin 2019, Razer has released an entire lineup of Blade Stealth 13 which comes in various graphics models spread across two different display techs .e. a 13.3-inch FHD Matte screen while the second is a 13.3” 4K touchscreen display with Gorilla Glass that looks glossy and stunning and performs really well. Finally, the ultrabooks feature Intel’s new 10th-gen i7 chipsets powered either by a 15W or 25W module where the latter is lightning fast so you can choose according to your needs.
Starting with the base model, it packs in an Intel Iris Plus GPU and retails at $1,499 while the Blade Stealth 13 with NVIDIA GeForce GTX1650 Max-Q GPU paired along with 4GB GDDR5 VRAM has a retail price of around $1,799 and finally, pair it up with 13.3” 4K touchscreen display with a $500 bump. It has 256GB or 512GB storage with 16GB LPDDR4 RAM and tonnes of ports at your disposal. The ultrabook is slated to go on sale later this month in selected markets.