CES 2016: Razer Blade Stealth


The latest Razer mobile PC, the Blade Stealth, debuted here at CES, and it’s lighter and thinner than all the Blades that came before it. It’s just over half an inch thick, weighs only 2.75 pounds, and comes with either a QHD or a 4K display. The 4K display is especially awesome, and if you have the bucks, there’s really no reason to skimp on resolution. Get the 4K. A Stealth with a QHD display starts at $1,000. The 4K version starts at $1,400. They ship within a month. If you need more graphics power, you should consider adding a Razer Core, an external bay that lets you connect a desktop graphics card via the Stealth’s Thunderbolt bolt.




The Razer Core is the world’s first true plug and play Thunderbolt™ 3 (USB-C) external graphics enclosure, allowing you to transform your notebook into a desktop gaming experience. Featuring plug and play support with compatible graphics cards, you won’t need to reboot your system every time you connect your Razer Blade Stealth to Razer Core. Connect to the future with the most advanced and versatile external desktop graphics solution available.
THUNDERBOLT™ 3
The Thunderbolt™ 3 technology in Razer Blade Stealth brings Thunderbolt to USB-C at speeds up to 40 Gbps, creating one compact port that does it all. With the ability to connect to USB, Display Port, PCI Express, and Thunderbolt devices it is the most versatile connection available. A single cable now provides four times the data and twice the video bandwidth of any other cable, all while also supplying power to the notebook. Whether you’re gaming or editing 4K video with plug and play external desktop graphics, you can now transform the Blade Stealth into a true desktop experience.


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