Razer Blade Stealth 12.5" QHD Ultrabook (7th Generation Intel Core i5, 8GB RAM, 128GB SSD, Windows 10)


The Razer Blade Stealth's highly durable chassis is CNC-milled out of aircraft grade aluminum. Together with up to 8 hours of battery life, you'll be able to power through your daily work

  Razer Blade Stealth 12.5
  Razer Blade Stealth 12.5
For extreme performance, the Blade Stealth fuses seamlessly with the optional Razer Core via Thunderbolt 3, delivering external desktop graphics and expanded connectivity
Experience amazing color saturation with the QHD 2560 x 1440 (234 PPI) display. Images are bright and clearly visible with wide viewing angles of up to 170°
The 7th Gen Intel Core i5-7200U dual core processor gives the Razer Blade Stealth 2.57GHz of processing power and Turbo Boost speeds up to 3.10GHz
Razer Blade Stealth gives you access to 16.8 million color options per key. This anti-ghosting keyboard registers simultaneous key presses with precision, providing an exceptional typing experience
  Razer Blade Stealth 12.5
Razer Blade Stealth - 12.5" QHD Display (8GB/128 GB SSD)Incredibly thin 0.52" CNC aluminum chassis12.5" QHD Display with 2560x1440 resolution Razer Chroma Keyboard with 16.8 million color options.
The current price is $1199.00.
The overall customer satisfaction rating of this product is Good with a score of +0.26.
The current sales rank is 13133.
  Razer Blade Stealth 12.5
  Razer Blade Stealth 12.5
  Fans vs. Haters
We use natural language processing on consumer feedback to find what fans and haters of the product have to say.
What are fans saying?
Only problem is quality control seeing as the mouse pad sank in and that is an apparent problem but other than that it is great for everything coming from mechanical keyboards I can say that this is a great keyboard and an even better screen.
First of all, I'm a Mechanical Engineer and loves tech, I just needed a thin and light laptop for work and commute, I have a Dell all in one at home for most of my work, and my old Samsung laptop's CPU just can't keep up with the 3D modeling that I do.
Then I went to Fry's (I don't like Fry's but they have many laptop in store) and checked them out, Dell xps 13, it's screen is beautiful but other than that there is not a lot of cool features, and a little overpriced, LG gram, good quality and good spec, but keyboard is too sallow, and looks kind of ugly (compare to stealth), and many other ultra books.
The ssd is too small and slow, I got a 512gb samsung ssd and it works greatA skin and screen protector is a must have for me, and I do recommend them to anyone who owns one, they really make your life easier.I mean, if you just want a laptop or ultrabook, I think xps 13 and LG gram would be good enough (xps 13 has a lot of problems, Dell's quality control is not great), but if you want something that is thin and light, looks stylish, modern, sexy and comes with great performance, build quality and cool features, the stealth is your only choice.
This was my first ultrabook that I've used over the course of nearly 2 years.Running Linux on it was a real pain, due to a display it has, the scaling, and some known kernel issues.Also battery life on linux was really poor, maybe 2-3h.Windows on the other hand functions perfectly on this machine, battery life is around 7h give or take (with brightness set to 30%), whereas working in IDE with Docker containers will lower the battery life to around 4h.Battery is also awesome, cycling it regularly day by day now gives me around 95% from the Designed capacity.Gaming on it is poor unless you get Razer Core or any other eGPU.
What are haters saying?
All in all, a great product, I have never seen a windows laptop with this kind of built quality, this is the first product i bought on Amazon that's over 500$, and I'm very happy with it.
Hell I would pay 500$ just for this awesome chroma keyboard alone (I know they sell chroma keyboards but it's not the same feeling when your laptop can light in 12000 colors whatever way you want) However, keep in mind this is the late 2016 version (899$)I would recommend that you buy the new 2017 version, which is 1399$, but it upgraded everything, bigger screen, i7 processor, less bezel, bigger solid drive, and touch screen.
The material they used on the laptop is very finger print attractive (sorry for my English), and it's not very easy to wipe off, however, it doesn't affect me that much.
According to a few forum posts I read, it's a common problem fro Razer laptops to burn out quickly and not supply enough power to the keyboard and monitor, which absolutely sucks because now I have to hook it up to my TV to even use it.
It certainly wasn't perfect, but after it burning out after only just a few months of use, I can't recommend it to anyone.The worst part is that I don't know how to contact warranty or use my protection plan with Amazon's convoluted system.
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