New Blade Stealth 13, an ultrabook gaming with 10th generation i7 CPU and Nvidia GeForce GTX 1650 graphics | LetsCompareOnline
New Blade Stealth 13, an ultrabook gaming with 10th generation i7 CPU and Nvidia GeForce GTX 1650 graphics New Blade Stealth 13, an ultrabook gaming with 10th generation i7 CPU and Nvidia GeForce GTX 1650 graphics
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Razer continues trying to evolve his idea of ​​creating compact gaming laptops with his Razer Blade range , and the new family member is... New Blade Stealth 13, an ultrabook gaming with 10th generation i7 CPU and Nvidia GeForce GTX 1650 graphics 4.5

Razer continues trying to evolve his idea of ​​creating compact gaming laptops with his Razer Blade range , and the new family member is a blow on the table in that direction. It is the new Blade Stealth 13 , which has the power of a computer designed to play reduced to ultrabook format.

It comes with three different models, which for less than a kilo and a half of weight bring inside Intel 10th generation i7 processors, as well as NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1650 Max-Q graphics with 4GB of GDDR5 RAM . The differences are mainly in their screens and internal memory configurations, but the three models are equipped with 16 GB of RAM so you do not miss anything in your games.


With its new Blade Stealth 13, Razer has become the first manufacturer to put the Nvidia GeForce GTX 1650 presented earlier this year in a laptop with a 13.3-inch screen. These are GPUs that seek to bring Turing architecture to the input ranges, and that are designed to get the most out of FullHD screens.

And speaking of screens, as you can see in the graph, the two lower models have 1080p FullHD with frames of just 4.9 millimeters. And although the graphics they mount is not designed with 4K in mind, Razer also has a superior model of these Stealth 13 equipped with a 4K panel that is also tactile, something that the two previous models cannot say.

We also have to make a point in whether this laptop is really an ultrabook or not. On the one hand, it has a screen of 13.3 inches almost without frames, something that is a point in favor of being able to call it that. But with a thickness of 15.3 millimeters it is a bit far from what other ultrabooks on the market are capable of offering in this regard, so technically it is not entirely an ultrabook either.

All three models come equipped with 16 gigabytes of LPDDR4 RAM, with the most economical equipping 256 GB of internal storage while the other two go up to 512 GB. In any of the three cases, the internal storage is in PCIe M.2 format .


As for the battery, they have one of 53.1Wh that could give 10 hours of autonomy according to the manufacturer. But of course, one thing is what the manufacturer says in these cases and another the real duration. Without having done an analysis to verify the real duration, you have to wait for the more you demand from the ultrabook, the fewer hours you will have, that is, if you are going to take advantage of its powerful graphic do not expect to reach those figures.

The laptops feature HD cameras with infrared to make use of Windows Hello facial recognition , include four stereo speakers with a combined headphone and microphone port, and 1 Thunderbolt 3 port, another reversible USB 3.1 Type-C, and two USB 3.1 type ports A, which are “those of a lifetime.”


And then there are the finishes. All three models have a unibody anodized finish, with tempered aluminum to look more like a conventional ultrabook. But there are differences in color, with the Mercury White model in a light metallic color and the other two in a darker color.

Kim Hostler

I studied Communication Sciences because as a child I always wanted to be an announcer and make drawings for advertising campaigns. Life took me down another path and now I am a Communicator who has worked for Nokia, and Motorola. Where now instead of drawing, I take pictures, and instead of talking about my passion.