Razer Blade Stealth Ultrabook, Razer Core Launched at CES 2016
The most important thing that Razer brought to the CES 2016 stage was Razer Blade Stealth Ultrabook which is going to introduce you to a whole new range of Razer Blade computers.
However, do not expect this to be a major powerhouse in fact the specifications given by the company suggest that it won’t even be able to run Rainbow Six: Siege and Star Wars Battlefront on high settings of graphics.
On the upside, the ultrabook is pretty power efficient and it works pretty fluently with light gaming and everything else like entertainment or professional uses.
The display of the laptop is much more exciting than anything else. It comes packing IGZO technology which goes parallel to IPS technology. You can choose 2560×1440 resolution with 40 percent Adobe RGB or 4K with 100% Adobe RGB.
The Razer Blade Stealth Ultrabook sets the new standard for ultra-mobility and extreme performance. The incredibly thin 0.52” CNC aluminum chassis encases an Intel Core i7 processor, and the most visually stunning 12.5” high-resolution touch display.
Razer also talked about the optional Razer Core GPU dock by Thunderbolt 3 explaining how you can use it to achieve high-performance graphics on your Ultrabook. Here’s what they are saying:
For extreme performance, the Blade Stealth fuses seamlessly with the Razer Core via Thunderbolt 3, delivering external desktop graphics and expanded connectivity.
Sadly, no pricing and launch details have been shared for the Razer Core although Razer Blade Stealth Ultrabook has been launched and it is available for $999.