The design is very thin and lightweight. It boasts of a 15mm chassis and also weights only 1.3kg, not to mention that it has a 13.3” display. This makes it ultraportable, which is perfect for gaming or working anywhere. You can even render 3D models with it.
Models to choose from
There are 3 Ultrabook models you can choose from which are all powered by Intel’s new 10th generation Intel Core i7 processor. The models are also equipped with the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1650 graphics card.
However, let’s talk about the first two models. There’s the full HD model (1920×1080) that showcases a matte display and Intel’s Lower Power Display Technology (LPDT), making your battery last all day long. The other is a 4K UHD touch display (3840×2160).
Besides these two, there’s a third option coming out – the elegant Mercury White edition. Although the specs are slightly different from the other two, like the new Intel Iris Plus graphics and a lesser space (256GB PCIe SSD), it still comes with the same processor and HD matte display as well as the LPDT power-saving technology.
The three models have 16GB of fast LPDDR4 3733MHz dual-channel RAM. Besides, they fully cover the sRGB color space and are all equipped with the new Razer Chroma keyboard. They also have Windows 10 Home (64-bit).
Other specs include a Thunderbolt 3, USB-C, USB-A, wireless AC, and Windows Hello infrared camera. Consequently, you will be able to connect faster.
A pricey baby but not that unusually pricey
The price will begin at $1,499.99 and will be available at the end of September 2019 on the Razer Store as well as select retailers in the United States and Canada. It will also be available soon in the United Kingdom, France, Germany, Nordics, China, Australia, Hong Kong, Japan, Singapore, and Taiwan.
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