Razer’s new Blade Stealth has strong gaming performance in a thin frame
Razer has refreshed its Blade Stealth laptops for 2019. There are three new configurations, and each of them ships with an Intel Core i7-1065G7, one of Intel’s Ice Lake 10th Gen processors that features Iris Plus graphics.
Two of these configurations have 15W TDP processors, which would worry me, if not for the fact that they are also equipped with the Nvidia GTX 1650 discrete GPU by default. This year’s Blade Stealth is especially adept at playing graphically intensive games at fluid frame rates. According to Nvidia, that card can run Apex Legends at max settings, and during my time with this machine, it ripped and tore through Doom (2016) at a steady 60 frames per second on 1080p, with all of the graphical settings turned up to ultra….