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Razer Announces The New Blade Stealth With 8th Gen Core Intel Core i7

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Razer is looking to upgrade their popular ultrabook, the Blade Stealth, with a quad-core 8th Gen Intel Core i7 Processor. This brings in more processing power but making power consumption more efficient.
The new Razer Blade Stealth with the Razer Core v2
The new Razer Blade Stealth with the Razer Core v2

The 8th Gen Core i7-8550U processor brings in two more cores. It also has Intel's 8th Gen Coffee Lake micro-architecture, the latest iteration of the Skylake and Kaby Lake. It also has a 13.3 inch QHD+ IGZO touch-display, 512 GB PCIe M.2 SSD and 16 GB of RAM.
The new Blade Stealth will have an 8th Gen Core i7
The new Blade Stealth will have an 8th Gen Core i7

As you can see, the Blade Stealth is not sporting a dedicated graphics card. That's why Razer is also releasing the Razer Core V2.
The Razer Core V2 will support even the taller graphics card including the Nvidia Quadro
The Razer Core V2 will support even the taller graphics card including the Nvidia Quadro

The Razer Core V2 is a desktop graphics card enclosure that you can then connect to the Blade Stealth to supply it with more graphical power. Improvements from the original Razer Core V2 includes a dual Thunderbolt 3 controller that gives all functionality their own separate lane. It also has a better space clearance for taller graphics card including the Nvidia Quadro.

The new Razel Blade Stealth will retail at USD 1,699 which roughly translates around PHP 87K. The Razer Core V2 on the other hand will retail at USD 499 or around PHP 26K.

Source: Yugatech
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