Saturday, January 14, 2017

The Razer Blade Stealth

   The Razer Blade Stealth  2nd edition has maintained  the same most of the looks of the first edition  but it has the newer Inter kaby Lake 17 processor and this does improve tremendously it’s performance. The other laptops are using more distinct colors. The second edition of the Razer Blade Stealth is still using it’s tried and tested black stunning CNC aluminum chassis. It still has it’s accent lines on the lid that brightens up the tri green emblem. The laptops interior has a curvy ebony aluminum which illuminates the brightness of the keyboard and has a 12. 5 inch display. This incredibly small laptop has a full sized HDMl port and a USB 3.0 port on the right side. There is another USB  3.0 port with a headset jack and a thunder 3.0 port  that can be used as an AC charging port. This what makes this notebook/laptop great to use for gaming and productivity. It measures about 12.6 x 8.1 x 0.52  inches and weighs 2.8 pounds.
The  Laptop’s 12.5 inch, 2560 x 1440 touch display will please your aesthetic senses because it so 
beautiful and bright. The brightness is because it can produce 115 percent SRGB gamut. The Razer Blade Stealth 2nd edition registers 0.97 on the Delta – E test which makes it almost flawless. This laptop has one of the most reliable displays that anyone can find in the market. It’s panel has a lot of brightness and has 335 nits ( Nit is a visible light intensity, commonly used  to specify the brightness of a cathode ray tube or  liquid crystal display . computer )’.  The Razer Blazer Stealth has a pre-installed a  Dolby Digital plus audio software which  contains four profiles ( movie, music, game and voice). Despite it’s , this notebook computer is  quite loud. The Chroma keyboard can reproduce up to 16.8 million colors. Typing can get difficult at first but you’ll get used to it afterwards. It has kept it’s synaptic touchpad that measures 4.1 x 2.5 inch. With the palm rest it looks rather big. This laptop’s touchpad still offers precise response. With the new Kaby Lake , Intel’s 7th generation processor, it gives this laptop superior performance and makes the battery last longer.
   The Kaby Lake processor uses the new Intel Graphics 620 GPU. It can play less demanding games. If you want to do a lot of gaming you must get the company’s $399 graphics amplifier. The Razer Blade Stealth 2nd edition has a battery life of at least 7 hours and it’s an improvement from it’s 1st edition . Although this laptop is rather slim, because of it’s aluminum chassis, it  does quite a good job so that the heat does not rise up to the ultimate level. It uses a windows 10 software and you get The Razer Comms , it’s the company’s voice chat gaming messenger. You can use it to chat for free on mobile or desktop.
   There are two versions of the of the Razer Blazer Stealth.  The first one has an 8GB RAM and 128GB of storage. It cost $999 All other specs are the same as the second one. The specs of the second one are asfollows: It includes a 2.7 GHz Intel CORE 17-7500 CPU with 16GB RAM,  a 256 M 2 PCle SSD, an Intel Graphics 620 GPU and 2560 x440 touch display. This will cost $1250.

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