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Razer Blade Stealth review: This is a feisty ultrabook at an incredibly low price

Hayden Dingman | March 15, 2016
It sports the Razer look, and the upcoming Core graphics amplifier could give it the Razer chops, too.

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Bottom line

The Blade Stealth is an excellent ultrabook, even if that’s all you ever plan to use it for. I’m not a fan of the USB-C charger method, at least in its current (read: flimsy) incarnation, but otherwise this is a feisty machine at an incredibly low price—especially given the fact it’s, you know, made by Razer.

We’ll be sure to test the Blade Stealth again when Razer gets around to releasing its Thunderbolt 3 graphics amplifier, the Razer Core, but suffice it to say the Stealth is a smart buy regardless of whether you want it for semi-mobile gaming in the future.


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