Razer unveiled the world's first 13-inch 120 Hz Ultrabook

Last fall, Razer introduced a new line of gaming ultrabooks Blade Stealth. Today the company presented an update of the lineup of ultrabooks, which will be available for purchase in the second half of this year. The most interesting thing is screen refresh rate: it is the world's first 13-inch notebook with 120-hertz display. Now Razer Blade Stealth really can be called a gaming one.

Several versions with 13.3-inch display will come on sale: the first one with Full HD resolution, 120 Hz refresh rate and matte finish. The second one with a 4K touch screen, 60 Hz refresh rate and a glossy finish. Both versions have 100% sRGB coverage.

The new version features the GeForce GTX 1650 Ti Max-Q with 4 gigabytes of video memory. The Ultrabook is also equipped with a 25-watt Intel Core i7-1065G7 (last generation was 15W). 16 GB of RAM and up to 512 GB of internal memory for data storage.

We also worked on the keyboard, which users scolded: the Shift key made it longer, and the arrows - more compact. The Ultrabook comes with a 100-watt power adapter - the previous generation came with a 65-watt adapter. Charging is via the Thunderbolt 3 port, which supports external eGPUs.

How much does a notebook cost?

Sales have started today on the American and Canadian Razer websites. For the most inexpensive version with Full-HD display asked 1800 dollars, which is 300 dollars more than last year. The European version will be available later, the price tag starts at 2000 euros.

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