Razer’s Blade Stealth ultraportable gamer never stops evolving. After enjoying a nice upgrade last April, the brand’s little terror is once again enriched with new equipment.
At RazerCon, an online event that took place this weekend, Razer revealed that its 13.3-inch screen laptop PC will now be equipped the latest Intel processors in addition to a optional OLED panel. This is tactile and Full HD, no more 4K on the Razer’s ultraportable. And we’re not going to complain about it!
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This OLED panel is certified 100% compatible with the DCI-P3 colorimetric standard. And, unlike the other screen on offer, its refresh rate is not 120 but 60 Hz.
To get your hands on this magnificent display technology – not really suitable for e-Sport games but more for very graphic solo titles – you will have to pay 2250 euros against 2000 euros for the Full HD IPS version at 120 Hz (non-touch ). The brand’s French site indicates that stocks are being built up.
A low-power Core and a mid-range Nvidia GeForce GTX
Intel’s Tiger Lakes also feature in the all-black 1.53cm-thick casing. The most powerful Core, the Core i7-1185G7, is the ship’s captain and is supplied with 28 watts. Thus, its cores and its Intel Iris Xe graphics give the best of themselves.
Note that, for the GPU, Razer continues to offer the GeForce GTX 1650 Ti Max-Q (4 GB GDDR5) for gaming. On the memory and storage side, there are 16 GB of LPDDR4x and 512 GB of SSD. The latter can be exchanged for a more substantial model in the future since it is not soldered to the motherboard.
The move to Tiger Lake also allows Razer to offer either two Thunderbolt 3 but 4 sockets on the sides of his machine. The other two full-format USB sockets, a legacy of the older generation, are retained, as is the stereo / microphone jack. Wi-Fi 6 is, of course, part for wireless connections, lack of Ethernet socket available.
Finally, Razer uses the patents of THX (which has belonged to it for a while) to equip the Blade Stealth with a new audio system, consisting of four speakers placed at the front of the device and a power algorithm. and sound spatialization (THX Spatial Audio).