Friday, 17 February 2017

Razer blade stealth review


Razer has been continuously working on latest aspects of technology to bring the best out of it. Razer’s first attempt to create an Ultrabook was dramatic but underwhelming. The Blade Stealth came with hardware and a lower price to rival top Ultrabooks like the
Dell XPS 13  and the Asus ZenBook; however, the plucky upstart was held back by short battery life.
Now, in 2016, Razer fixed up all the problems of its first 12.5-inch Ultrabook with Intel’s latest Kaby Lake processors, and more importantly a denser, longer lasting battery.
After various hit & hurt trials, various setbacks, they never gave up and finally came up with this rough & tough guy namely "Razer Blade Stealth".
Thanks to various improvements, the Razer Blade Stealth is finally the ultimate Ultrabook – complete with speedy and long-lasting performance, a pixel perfect display and world class inputs.


However, there are minimal changes in its design, but I would say somethings look best in their simplycity. In fact, the 12.5-inch laptop features the same 12.6 x 8.1 x 0.52-inch (32.1 x 20.6 x 1.31cm; W x D x H) dimensions – though, the new model is 0.9 pounds heavier at 2.84 pounds.
Being a high fi gamer, super fast & stylish its expected from Razer to stay up to date. However, the Blade Stealth’s slimmer dimensions puts it more in line with MacBook and nearly as compact as the Dell XPS 13 but not comparable to HP spectre 13.
The Blade Stealth is much more stylish than your everyday Ultrabook with Razer’s neon green triskelion snake logo, speaker grills on the sides and a fully customizable keyboard backlight.


This awesome guy has tremendous personality as he is wearing a colorful jacket. The Razer Blade Stealth still has one of the coolest laptop keyboards ever made. Although backlit keyboards have been around for ages the Stealth goes above and beyond with the ability to display 16.8 million colors per key.
Yeah, that’s right. Per. Key. Lighting.
That means each-and-every key can be individually programmed to display a different shade blue, red, apricot, kelly green – whatever your favorite color is. Additionally, you could also program a stream of rainbow colors to continuously flow across the keys.

On top of the personalization you can add with this level of customization, Razer has built in some utility with the keyboard backlight. Hitting the function key, will make it so only the F-keys are lit up – though I wished the backlight on these keys would also illuminate the icons for the settings we’re trying to change in the dark.
As vain as a full RGB keyboard backlight is, it’s a big deal to gamers and, aside from Aorus, no other laptops have a lighting system as customizable as this.

Razer’s Synapse software also makes it easy to customize the lighting setup and stack effects. Our favorite color scheme combines a static white backlit with a rippling rainbow triggered by each key press.this colorful guy "Razer blade" is not only attracting boys but girls are also checking him out for his funky looks, so that they can show off among friends.Plus his cool looks with great features are trending.

Even without the fancy lighting, the keyboard itself deserves notice, the keys are large and are arranged in a roomy layout despite the 12.5-inch form factor of this laptop. None of the keys feel squished, and nothing is out of place either.
The only critique we have is key travel isn’t that deep, and the keys themselves barely rise two millimeters above the keyboard deck. That said, at least you get an audible click letting you know you're actually hitting the keys.
Just beneath the keyboard, you’ll also find a sizable trackpad. In fact, it seems like Razer used every bit of available space to make the touch surface as large as possible. Thanks to the glass-lined surface, it feels incredibly smooth while giving you an audible click response too.


As soon as this charming guy is concerned, i will give 10/10 for gamers. Its a must have for youngsters as it will give you professionalism of an official & fun of a gamer.Also its sales record is also pretty decent.

So whats in your mind -- Like it, Love it ?