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Razer's new Blade Stealth hides a wealth of power in a lightweight Ultrabook

A productivity powerhouse for both creators and gamers.
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Razer is offering up the best of both worlds with an ultrabook that is powerful and productive while also giving you the ability to support the latest games with their new Razor Core device. When you're on the go, the laptop keeps things light with an aluminum design that is .52 thin and weighs in at 2.57 lbs. 

That aluminum case surrounds a a 12.5 inch touch display that can be equipped with a 3840 x 2160 or 2560 x 1440 screen. The laptops are powered by Intel's 6th generation Core i7 processors and you can get up to 512GB of SSD storage and 8GB of dual-channel onboard memory.

Once you're home, you'll have the ability to plug it into the optional Razer Core that uses the laptop's Thunderbolt 3 port to power your games with a compatible GPU of your choice. That also means no clunky desktop, just plug in your laptop and you're ready to go. 

From $999, Razer

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