My review on the Razer Blade Stealth – without the Razer Core. Sorry for spacing out a few times, allergies are killing me.
Quick Summary of what I like and don’t like:
– Excellent build quality, feels absolutely solid
– Thin and light without any sacrifice to productivity performance
– Keyboard is similar to Retina Macbook keyboard but feels less “shallow” – some people will feel that this is better, I personally do
– Customizable light keyboard
– Although not fan-less, it runs quiet for the most part
– 2 USB 3.1 ports, 1 USB-C, Audio port, and full sized HDMI. Come on Apple…
– QHD 2560×1440 on this 12.5 inch screen looks fantastic
– Blown away by the stereo speakers. Were you impressed with the Retina Macbook speakers? You will be very impressed with these as well
– Excellent overall value, even as a standalone ultrabook
– Can’t charge with external battery pack, like the Mac can
– Casing is a fingerprint magnet
– 8GB RAM not upgradeable and no option for 16GB
– Core add-on is unavailable at launch, not even the pricing
TL;DR?? – Yes I would recommended it if you are in the market of an excellent thin and light notebook. Will have to revisit this once the Razer CORE is ever released.
If you want to upgrade the hard drive follow these links:
– step by step guide: https://t.co/eMToIs46pi
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– Torx 5 screwdriver: http://amzn.to/1o5G3IN
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