Razers Blade Stealth was originally placed as a tiny laptop that could dock to an eGPU for serious gaming, but it became a self-discovered dark horse. Now it's a pink horse.
In recent years, the game brand has offered many of its products in pink versions and has slowly expanded the color option "Quartz". This option now applies to most accessories and for the first time to a blade laptop. In particular, the latest version of the Blade 1
The Razer The redesigned notebook features these incredibly elegant ultra-thin screen bezels and a more blocky aluminum look that matches the high-performance Blade laptops connect to the Razer Core X-GPU enclosure for a desktop graphics boost, the charging time is 13 hours, the screens start at 1080p even though a 4K touch screen is available, and do not worry You can also get it in black.
The edition of Quartz Pink is listed by Razer as a "Limited Quantity" – although test units seemingly made the rounds, they do not appear in the Razer online store at the time of writing Members of the pink procession si and the Basilisk Mouse, the Hunstman Keyboard, the Seiren X Microphone, and the Goliathus Extended Chroma RGB Mousepad. Those who buy the pink octopus headset can even add a few quartz pink ears to really get the Cutesy aesthetic.
The new Blade Stealth 13 starts at $ 1,400 with an i7 processor, 256GB of memory, 8GB of RAM and integrated processor GPU. The highest configuration, equipped with a 4K touch screen, a GeForce MX150 GPU and dual memory and memory, comes with amazingly low priced $ 1900.
Source: Razer on The Verge