Razer is closing out 2018 by updating the Blade Stealth, and this one is more than a mild spec refresh.
The Razer Blade Stealth isn’t a gaming laptop, regardless of the badge on the lid. But, with the addition of a Razer Core eGPU, it can become one, while also then being something you can hit the office with and do boring spreadsheets on and won’t scream “GAMER” when you’re sat around the meeting table.
Following the launch of the Blade 15 earlier this year, Razer is finishing 2018 by giving the Blade Stealth an upgrade, too, and it’s a pretty meaty one. It’s still no full-on gaming laptop, but for the first time it comes with NVIDIA dedicated graphics.