Spending more time inside the home has led to many of us living out our days in a virtual world, and with it, the need for a capable, cutting-edge gaming platform has become more apparent. But while traditional consoles and desktops are confined to a life of stagnance within your living area, laptops are a mobile solution that can transcend the boundaries of the space — something that Razer’s Blade Stealth 13 achieves in perfect form.
The newly-introduced Razer Blade Stealth 13 arrives as an updated iteration of the brand’s breakthrough portable gaming platform from 2016. As you might expect, the company has elaborated on the previous 13.3-inch wonder, incorporating GeForce’s mid-tier (but highly capable) GTX 1650 Ti GPU, a 10th-generation Intel Core i7-1065G7 processor, and 16GB of LPDDR4X RAM into a single, super-sleek package. But what sets the Blade Stealth 13 apart from other competitive offerings is its screen — an anti-glare, full HD matte display that operates at a 120Hz refresh rate, making it the fastest of its kind on the market today. All of this new technology is encapsulated in Razer’s CNC-machined high-grade aluminum unibody, complementing daily gaming use with additions like Dolby Atmos audio, Wi-Fi 6, and Bluetooth 5.1 connectivity. Head to the company’s website to grab the base model for $1,800 — and prices go up from there.