At IFA 2019 in Berlin, Razer unveiled the world's first Intel Razer Blade 13 gaming ultrabook line-up based on Intel's Ice Lake architecture.
The Razer Blade 13 series consists of three computers based on Intel Core i7-10655G7 processors – Mercury White, GTX Model-FHD and GTX Model-4K.
The initial model of this line of Mercury White, runs on the basis of a chipset with a TDP of 25 watts and has only an integrated Intel Iris Plus Graphics Gen11 graphics chip. In turn, the middle and older models received discrete graphics cards NVIDIA GTX 1650.
The difference between the middle segment and the flagship ultrabook is only in the screen resolution – Full HD versus the touch panel of the 4K display with 100% coverage of the sRGB color space.
Razer Blade 13 ultrabooks use 16 GB LPDDR4-3733 RAM, as well as a PCIe M.2 SSD with a difference of 256 and 512 GB between the primary and secondary / flagship level.
Of the communications, Wi-Fi 6IEEE 802.11 a / b / g / b / n / ac, Bluetooth 5.0, Thunderbolt 3 USB-C, USB-C 3.1 Gen 2, USB 3.1 Type-A ports are noted. Computers have four speakers and a proprietary Razer Chroma keyboard backlight. The autonomous operation of the laptops in all three variants is ensured by the 53.1 Wh battery.
The dimensions of the Razer Blade 13 are 304.6 × 210 × 15.3 mm. The younger model weighs 1.32 kg and the other two weigh 1.47 kg. All computers in the line are based on the operating system. Windows 10 Home.
The price of the Razer Blade 13 starts at $ 1,499 for the Mercury White model. The start of laptop sales is scheduled for late September.