Previously Razer did launch it’s series of gaming laptops which were good at specs ,but were hefty and heavy to carry.
Razer this year is planning to compete with the the PC industry by launching it’s first gaming Ultrabook, and yes, it’s pretty interesting too.
As it’s predecessors , for instance the Razer Blade Stealth, was a gaming ultrabook with no less weighing than 4pounds which is heavy to carry but definitely it was a beast, the new Ultrabooks were made in some changes.
The new model this year weighs around 2.75pounds and thin as 0.52”!Well,it’s a massive change in Razer’s line up this year with it’s new Ultrabooks.
Razer didn’t compromise with this laptop comparing to it’s predecessors but powering with the latest core i7 CPUs, and a screen size of 12.5” UHD or QHD touch screen panels.
It also sports a Thunderbolt USB type-C port along with two regular USB ports.
Worthy to mention in the case of aesthetics ,it’s the only laptop having full RGB keys, that comes with more customizability.
Looking great with light weight ,this 12.5” beats quietly compete with the other laptops in this range as we expect. The build quality is good with CNC-milled aluminium as bringing a premium feel. It’s targeting Apple, Dell, Lenovo and other.
Razer making the Ultrabook range highly portable, the major concern is the graphics power as it’s powering the HD 520 from Intel and it’s quite disappointing as one can’t do heavy and latest GPU intensive games. But Razer has future solutions to improve.
Razer is launching this series with a price tag around $999 to $1,599.