Razer upgrades its MacBook slayer with faster chips and longer battery

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Razer’s 12.5-inch Blade Stealth set out to reimagine thin and light Ultrabooks earlier this year, and it did. 
The company’s now refreshing the Windows 10 machine with a seventh-generation Intel Core i7 processor and longer battery life.
SEE ALSO: Razer Blade Stealth is a kick-ass alternative to Apple’s MacBook Pro
The Blade Stealth still starts at $999 in the U.S. and is available immediately from Razer’s online store, and on Amazon and Microsoft stores from later this month. 

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Performance upgrades 
As the smallest and lightest Blade laptop in Razer’s lineup, the Blade Stealth is not designed specifically for performance gaming and comes without the $399 Razer Core external graphics accelerator (and graphics cards sold separately), but the new internal upgrades should make it a little more powerful if you want to game at lower settings.  Read more…More about Blade Stealth, Windows, Laptops, Windows 10, and Razer

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