Ultrabooks are normally designed for boring stuff like spreadsheets and emails. Worst of all, they’re slim and light, so you’ve got no excuse for not working when you’re on a train or plane. Razer has got no time for that rubbish. Its Blade Stealth 13 has all the portability and all-day battery life of any other ultrabook but with NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1650 graphics, so you can spend it playing games instead. With 16GB of RAM and Intel’s 10th-gen Core i7 processors, it’s packing plenty of power, although with a maximum of 512GB of storage, you might need to be picky about which games you install. If nothing else, it certainly means there’s no space for any boring work stuff.
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