Razer Blade Stealth Fast Performing Ultra-Book Soon Level Up With Nividia Graphics

The Razer Blade Stealth is indeed the leading Ultrabook of the razer series as it has been revised to function effectively as a gaming laptop almost. This is what I mean; it is built with a new Intel processor as well as a new graphics option called the Nvidia MX150.


In fact, this new graphics option also complement an Intel Core i7-8565U CPU, 256GB-to-512GB of SSD storage and 8GB-to-16GB of DDR3 memory at 2,133MHz. All of these amazing compositions sit behind your choice of between a 4K (3,840 x 2,160) touch display or a 13.3-inch FHD (1,920 x 1,080) no-touch or.


Crowning it with a single-zone keyboard with Razer’s Chroma lighting system, a Microsoft Precision touchpad which is way larger than usual and a 720p webcam with infrared scanning for Windows Hello, Razer wants a cool $1,399 (about £1,100, AU$1,940) to start for the 2019 Blade Stealth.


While that price does include two USB-C ports (one being Thunderbolt 3) and two USB 3.1 ports, Dolby Atmos audio and up to 13 hours of battery life, it does not include the Nvidia MX150 graphics.


More graphics grunt for the mobile nut


In order to get started with the game-ready graphics from Nvidia, all you simply have to do is contribute little extra cash, though, I can’t precisely dictate how much you’ll have to add at the moment. To be candid, the Nvidia MX150 will not incredibly set your games on the view you expect  – the good thing about is just it can still get through a lot of games in traditional settings.


Nonetheless, Razer has raised its application of this graphics chip a bit higher than the previous ones, with it being a 25-watt processor instead of the 4GB of GDDR5 video memory than the 10W/2MB applications programmed in laptops like the Huawei notebook X Pro. With this, you’ll need to check out playable frame rates from several famous esports games such as Fortnite and Dota 2, we are told.


For the esports pro that only requires as lightweight as possible as they travel to and from tournaments, this could be an ideal choice – if expensive on the other way round.


This new design finally sees every one of Razer’s laptops off while adopting the company’s new design ID of more starkly-drawn corners and edges, with even more sleek angles throughout. Lest I forget, the illuminated green logo has been switched for a tone-on-tone logo in silver.


You can get your  Razer Blade Stealth anywhere in the US and Canada at the moment as launching will be done later in the UK, Australia, France, Germany, Nordics, China, Hong Kong, Japan, Singapore, and Taiwan.


Final Verdict:


The Razer Blade Stealth is not a mere Ultrabook for gamers. It’s in no doubt one of the best Ultra books for every PC user. However, you won’t get the best as it battery life is just fairly OK, but it brilliant display in conjunction with it great performance make it one of the top choice laptops of the year.




  • Brighter and larger screen
  • Subtler aesthetics on the gunmetal version
  • Magnificent Kaby Lake Refresh performance




  • Battery life is short
  • Has no option for 4K display in sight