Razer upgrades its MacBook slayer with faster chips and longer battery
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.
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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.
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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