Razer's Blade Stealth was originally placed as a small laptop that could dock with an eGPU for serious games, but it has become a dark horse that is ultra portable in its own right. Now it's a pink horse.
The gaming brand has offered pink versions of many of its products over the past few years and slowly expanded its "quartz" color option throughout its range. Now it goes to most accessories, and for the first time a Blade laptop. Specifically, the latest version of Blade 13 Stealth, packed 8th gene Core i7 processors and an option for easy upgrade of the GeForce MX150 GPU.
The redesigned laptop has the oh-so-stylish ultra-thin screen crowns and a more blocky aluminum look, much in line with the more powerful Blade laptops. You can still connect it to the Razer Core X GPU enclosure for a desktop-style graphics boost, and it takes 13 hours for a fee. The screen starts at 1080p, although a 4K touch screen is available as well. And don't worry, you can also get it black.
The Quartz Pink edition is listed by Razer as "limited amount" – although review units appear to have made the rounds, it does not actually appear on Razer's online store at the time of writing. Other new members of the pink procession include Basilic mouse, Hunstman mechanical keyboard, Seiren X microphone and Goliathus Extended Chroma RGB mousepad. Those who buy the pink Kraken headset can even put on some Quartz Pink cat ears to really nail the stylish aesthetics.
The new Blade Stealth 13 starts at $ 1400 with an i7 processor, 256GB of storage, 8GB of RAM and an integrated GPU. The highest configuration, which adds a 4K touch screen, a GeForce MX150 GPU, and dual memory and RAM, is a surprisingly reasonable $ 1900.
Source: Razer via Verge