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    Razer is keen on updating its laptop line, with its premium Blade Stealth Ultrabook nabbing the latest eighth-generation Intel quad-core processor. While it helps with the overall experience, battery life is below average.
    Razer reformulated its ultraportable Blade Stealth laptop in mid-2017 with display bezels that were 50 percent thinner, a new Microsoft Precision touchpad, and a gunmetal gray variant.
    Razer likes to update its laptops with the latest Intel processors, which is great for consumers who want the best, but it may rub you the wrong way if you just bought last month's model.
    That's the case with the Razer Blade Stealth late-2017 edition, which trades in its dual-core i7-7500U processor for a new quad-core i7-8550U. The RAM also gets a needed speed bump.
    So how does it hold up? Check out our quick re-review in the video above.

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    02-02-2018 03:50 PM

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