The New Razer Blade Stealth Is The Tiny Gaming Laptop I Always Wanted

When Razer introduced its 13-inch Stealth laptop in 2016, I didn’t do a review. I was told it wasn’t a gaming machine, strictly a productivity device. The latest Razer Blade Stealth, outfitted with Nvidia’s Geforce GTX 1650 mobile graphics, can play PC games capably without taking up too much space. It’s exactly the tiny gaming system I’ve been looking for.

As much as I enjoy PC gaming on my desktop machine in front of a massive monitor, I spend much of my computer time these days typing on tiny surfaces. Due to a medical condition, I spend most of my day working from a hospital bed on a small over-the-bed desk. There is no room for a desktop. There is barely room for action figures, energy drinks, and game controllers…you know, the essentials. My current setup features a full-size laptop on a wobbly arm shared by the monitor I use for my game consoles. It’s a mess.

The Razer Blade Stealth 13 is not a mess. It is 12-inch-wide, 9-inch-deep, .6-inch-high black box (it’s also available in Mercury White). It weighs a little over three pounds. Razer likes to photograph the system next to a dime, which makes dimes feel all tall and superior. Good on you, dimes.

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