American manufacturer of PC peripherals Razer has been successful in conquering the gaming realm today. As a matter of fact, the company's push in the industry gets more evident as it sets the Consumer Electronics Show 2016 as stage for its latest entry, the Blade Stealth, which is a supecharged ultrabook designed to deliver the ultimate performance for hard-core gaming enthusiasts.
The Razer Blade Stealth is a 12.5-inch ultrabook that weighs only 2.75 lbs. It's outfitted with an Intel sixth generation Core i7-6500U processor to give it a serious performance boost, and its Intel HD Graphics 520 GPU delivers super smooth visuals. Furthermore, it even comes with up to 512GB of PCIe solid state drive storage and 8GB of high-speed LPDDR3 RAM, allowing users to launch applications and play games without lags.
The Blade Stealth's 12.5-inch display also comes in two variants. Users can opt for one with a QHD (quad HD) resolution, or they can push through the pixel limit with a UHD (ultra HD) display. Both display options feature the Indium Gallium Zinc Oxide (IGZO) technology and are touch enabled, and wide-viewing angles, as well as color saturation, easily top the list as far as gaming ultrabooks are concerned.
Furthermore, Razer's latest ultrabook features an individually backlit RGB keyboard that offers up to 16.8 million color options. It comes with anti-ghosting features, allowing users to register keys simultaneously for fast-paced first-person shooters and highly intense MOBA games. Razer's Synapse and Chroma are also on board, giving users more room for customising the Blade Stealth's keyboard.
However, the true power of the Blade Stealth comes from the Razer Core--the world's first true plug-and-play external graphic enclosure via Thunderbolt 3 (USB-C). Users can choose between AMD and NVIDIA graphic cards so they can freely choose the level of performance they need. It even comes with a variety of connectivity options, giving users more flexibility when they want to transform the Blade Stealth into a full gaming powerhouse.