Razer: Blade Stealth Ultrabook updated with Kaby Lake CPU and bigger battery
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Razer recently announced a major upgrade for its Blade Stealth Ultrabook. The new version, available to order now at the Razor online store, was outfitted with a 7th generation Intel Kaby Lake processor, the Core i7-7500U with 2,7 GHz base frequency. It also comes with an updated graphics core, the Intel HD Graphics 620. Razor recognized that battery life was lacking with the first version of the Blade Stealth and updated it to a 45 Wh-battery, that should now last up to 9 hours, depending on which display you order.
The base model starts at 1.000 US-Dollars, which will give you a 12,5 inch QHD display and a 128 GB SSD. Top that up with another 1.000 US-Dollars and you will get a 4K display and 1 TB SSD. Various other versions in between are available as well. Both the new Blade Stealth Ultrabook and the Razer Blade gaming laptop can be ordered with an external GPU-case, the Razer Core.
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