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Razer Blade Stealth

A lot of Windows laptops and Ultrabooks have come close to bringing the fight to a certain slim and compact laptop of a rather fruity descent, but none have really delivered the fight – until the Razer Blade Stealth. Read more below!

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Razer Blade Stealth Philippines

The Ultimate Ultrabook

Razer has done it again. They have set the standards for many devices and products, and now they are setting the standard for Ultrabooks. The Razer Blade Stealth from Razer isn’t quite a gaming laptop that a lot of people will come to expect from Razer, but instead it is first and foremost a Windows Ultrabook that is targeted towards those who want a great Windows machine for their work and their studies.

The thinnest Blade yet

The Razer Blade Stealth is the thinnest Windows machine Razer has ever produced, and also the lighest. The Blade Stealth weighs no more than your heavy college textbook at only 1.2 kilograms. And its thinness? No more than your notebook at only 0.52 inches thin. It is portable computing, made perfect.

This is achievable thanks to the excellent engineering from Razer and also through the use of high quality CNC-milled aircraft grade aluminium. The entire Blade Stealth is milled from a single block of aluminium to provide durability that is second to none in an incredibly slim form factor.

Power through the Day

Like in games, it would be terribly bad if your character ran out of health points or magic points; it would be terrible for your Ultrabook or laptop to run out of battery even before the day is over. The Razer Blade Stealth comes with a 53.6 WH battery that delivers up to 9 hours of battery life in total. This means that you can unplug the device and head to work or class and return home with some left over power still! And even if you did have to carry the charger out, the charger is incredibly small and light, just like the Blade Stealth itself.

Razer Core – Razer Blade Stealth Philippines

Ultimately, Razer is still a gaming company at the heart, and it would be unlike them if the Razer Blade Stealth were to come without any gaming capabilities whatsoever. Which is why the Razer Core exists; the Razer Core is a companion external graphics card enclosure for all Razer Blade laptops – not just the Blade Stealth.

The idea is that the Razer Blade Stealth can be plugged into the Razer Core after a long days’ worth of work to be able to game with a proper external graphics card for superior gaming performance.

Expert Reviews

Reviewed on 2016-06-28
The ultrabook market shows no signs of cooling off any time soon. We've recently explored different flavors from all the top vendors including HP's Spectre x360 15t, Lenovo's ThinkPad X1 Yoga, ASUS's Zenbook UX-305CA and our reigning Editor's Choice in De...
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Reviewed on 2016-06-16
Excellent design and looks, Beautiful screen, Razer Core adds desktop gaming power.Only 8GB of DDR3 RAM, Mediocre battery life, Just one more USB port, please
Laptops made by gaming companies are usually big, chunky, heavy, bulky slabs of plastic and metal and silicon and glass that you have to carry around with both hands. You don't want to take them too far from their chargers either. Usually. Razer's new Bla...
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Reviewed on 2016-06-07
Laptops haven't really been exciting for a while now. They keep getting thinner and lighter, trying to fill that narrowing gap between your phone and a desktop computer. Each strikes its own balance between portability, capability and affordability, and g...
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Reviewed on 2016-05-04
Slim and attractive design, Solid build quality, QHD touchscreen is bright, crisp and vibrant, Perkey RGB illumination offers a lot of customization options, Great value for money, Discrete graphics performance with optional docking systemBelow average battery life, Shallow key travel distance, Stereo speakers lack clarity
So Razer now has an ultrabook . Suffice to say, the tech gods didn't tell us that this was coming . And when we say ultrabook, a term we're more used to associating with brands like Apple, Dell, and even ASUS, we mean it in every sense of the word. So yes...
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Reviewed on 2016-05-04
Many consider Razer the Apple of gaming laptops. And if Apple made gaming laptops, they would probably look a lot like Razer's.The point is moot, of course, because Apple does not make gaming machines. But a real comparison between the hardware of both is...
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Reviewed on 2016-04-29
I have been using the Blade 14 from Razer as my daily driver for a WHILE now… Can the smaller, updated spec Stealth finally knock it off the throne?dbrand link: link: & discussion: us: our community forum: Screen Music Credit: Title: Laszlo – Supernova Vi...
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Reviewed on 2016-04-22
SINGAPORE - Gaming hardware maker Razer has announced that its Blade Stealth ultrabook will be available on its online store from May 3.Prices start at $1,599 for the base model, which has an Intel Core i7 processor, 12.5-inch display, 8GB of system memor...
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Reviewed on 2016-04-02
Razer has traditionally been a company focused on gaming. In fact, their tagline is “For Gamers. By Gamers.” So when Razer announced at CES that they were building an Ultrabook – a product category whose size and power limitations are typically the antith...
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Reviewed on 2016-04-01
Unibody aluminum design. Brilliant 4K IGZO display panel/touchscreen. Muted gamer styling. Impressive keyboard and lighting options. USBC/Thunderbolt GPU dock option.Average battery life. Nonupgradable RAM. Fussy trackpad palmcheck.
“For Gamers. By Gamers” has long been the tagline for San Diego-based Razer. Diverging from its usual modus operandi however, the company has introduced its first ultrabook, the Razer Blade Stealth. For the record, this is not a gaming machine out of the...
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Reviewed on 2016-03-19
Razer isn't traditionally known for making non-gaming products. From the start, the company's mantra has always been “For gamers. By gamers,” creating devices ranging from gaming headphones to powerful laptops. So it came as a surprise when the company...
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Reviewed on 2016-03-19
Ron reviews the Razer Blade Stealth, an ultrabook that offers a beautiful design and plenty of power.Read more about the Razer Blade Stealth: 6s vs Galaxy S7 Edge: Surface Book Review: tech goodness: Our video gear: Deals: us! Twitter: Facebook: Instagram...
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Reviewed on 2016-03-14
Thunderbolt 3 USBC charging capability, Sleek aluminum chassis, Outspecs all similarly priced competitors, First laptop with perkey RGB lightingShorter battery life, Stock USBC charging cable is flimsy
The Razer Blade Stealth is not a gaming laptop.I know, you're checking over your shoulder for the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse. But it's true! Despite sharing many design cues with Razer's standard Blade and Blade Pro gaming laptops, the Blade Stealth...
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Reviewed on 2016-03-12
Great keyboard Good trackpad Responsive touchscreen Highres screen Great performance Lots of ports including a USBC port Starts at $999Super reflective screen Average battery life
Unless you're a gamer, you've probably never heard of Razer .The company's known mostly for its performance gaming mice, keyboards and controllers designed for professional gamers and "e-sport athletes" who want a competitive edge over their buddies.In th...
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Reviewed on 2016-03-10
Excellent build quality; Splendid screen; Great trackpad; Solid performance; Cool keyboard features; Right price for the base QHD modelShallow keystrokes; Battery life could be better; Screen brightness too low for outdoor use
Razer has always been one of those companies where I just want all their stuff. Their hardware is usually top notch in terms of quality and the performance is stellar too, whether we're talking about laptops, mice or keyboards. Specifically, with laptops...
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Reviewed on 2016-03-04
4K touch display with outstanding image quality, Brilliant RGB keyboard backlighting, Simple, elegant design, Solid quality, Good speakersSubstandard battery life, Very limited keyboard feedback, Cooling fan can get loud, No media card reader or lock slot
Razer has been producing its Blade series of notebooks for several years now. The Stealth is their first notebook to not have a dedicated graphics card. However, that doesn't mean the Stealth won't eventually find its way into the hands of gamers. The Raz...
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Reviewed on 2016-03-03
Lisa Gade reviews the Razer Blade Stealth, a 12.5” Ultrabook with Razer's understated matte black aluminum gamer styling and a Thunderbolt 3 port for an external desktop graphics card via the upcoming Razer Core. Though Razer's laptops have been pricey, t...
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Reviewed on 2016-03-02
Slim and goodlooking, Sharp QHD touch screen, Technicolor keyboard lighting, Promise of external graphics booster for desktop gamingShallow keyboard, No SD card slot
Now Razer has declared war on some of the biggest vendors around. How big? Try Apple and Dell, with the hot-selling MacBook Air and Dell XPS 13 respectively. The new Razer Blade Stealth (not to be confused with MSI's Stealth gaming notebooks) is a mainstr...
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Reviewed on 2016-03-01
Excellent specs, materials and design for the price. Versatile Thunderbolt 3/USBC port, high res display standard.Not really a gaming laptop unless you invest in the Razer Core, which still has no price or availability date. Keyboard not great
I won't be coy--the keyboard is trying if you type at length and often. The scant 1mm of travel falls well below the 1.5mm average, and it makes the XPS 13's 1.3mm travel seem pleasant and the even longer travel of the 12.5" Lenovo ThinkPad Yoga 260 bount...
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Reviewed on 2016-02-29
individually backlit keys with 16.8 million color options per key, QHD and 4K display options with complete sRGB coverage, good performance under heavy loads; no throttling, full CPU and GPU performance on battery power, USB TypeC gen. 2 with Thunderbolt...no matte option; mandatory touchscreen, average battery life; high power draw, light keyboard keys; shallow travel, slow White to Black response time, nonexpandable RAM; no DDR4, system fans are always active, only one USB TypeC port, average SSD write...
Extra sharp. Razer has honed its ultra-thin design philosophy even further to provide the sleekest 12.5-inch Ultrabook yet for just under $1000 USD. It's a genuinely compact notebook from a gaming-centric company that even non-gamers will want to consider...
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Reviewed on 2016-02-26
So why did Razer decide to build a thin and light laptop that can't play modern games? Firstly, there's a big market of people just looking for a laptop to do work and web browsing on the go. Secondly, the Stealth can game with the Razer Core graphics amp...
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Processor frequency

2.5 GHz

Processor family

Intel Core i7-6xxx

Processor model


Processor boost frequency

3.1 GHz

Processor cores


Processor threads


Processor cache

4 MB

Processor socket

Socket B2 (LGA 1356)

Processor cache type

Smart Cache, L3

Processor lithography

14 nm

Processor operating modes




Processor codename


Thermal Design Power (TDP)

15 W

Processor series

Intel Core i7-6500 Mobile series

FSB Parity
Maximum number of PCI Express lanes


PCI Express slots version


PCI Express configurations

1x4, 4x1

Configurable TDP-down

7.5 W


100 °C

Maximum internal memory supported by processor

32 GB

Conflict Free processor
Memory types supported by processor


Memory clock speeds supported by processor

1866,2133,1600 MHz

Memory bandwidth supported by processor (max)

34.1 GB/s

Memory channels supported by processor


ECC supported by processor


Internal memory

8 GB

Internal memory type


Memory clock speed

1866 MHz

Optical drive

Optical drive type


Display diagonal

31.8 cm (12.5")

Display resolution

3840 x 2160 pixels

LED backlight
HD type

4K Ultra HD

Aspect ratio


Panel type


Touch technology


Ports & interfaces

USB 3.0 (3.1 Gen 1) Type-A ports quantity


HDMI ports quantity


HDMI version


DVI port
Thunderbolt 3 ports quantity


Combo headphone/mic port
Docking connector
DC-in jack

Weight & dimensions


1.25 kg


32.1 cm


20.6 cm


1.31 cm


Pointing device


Numeric keypad
Keyboard backlit


Wi-Fi standards

IEEE 802.11a, IEEE 802.11ac, IEEE 802.11b, IEEE 802.11g, IEEE 802.11n

Ethernet LAN
Bluetooth version



Total storage capacity

512 GB

Storage media


Number of SSDs installed


Solid-state drive capacity

512 GB


Operating system installed

Windows 10

Drivers included


Front camera
Front camera resolution (numeric)

2 MP


Battery technology

Lithium Polymer (LiPo)


Product type


Colour of product


Form factor



On-board graphics adapter model

Intel® HD Graphics 520

On-board graphics adapter base frequency

300 MHz

On-board graphics adapter dynamic frequency (max)

1050 MHz

Maximum on-board graphics adapter memory

1.74 GB

Number of displays supported (on-board graphics)


Discrete graphics adapter model
On-board graphics adapter DirectX version


On-board graphics adapter OpenGL version


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Graphics adapter Open GL support