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Razer Book 13

Razer Book 13.

Razer Book 13. © Razer Inc.

The boundary between gaming and work computers is getting blurry, to the point that brands like Razer, which have traditionally targeted gamers, are now making forays into the productivity market. And oftentimes, all you need to do is to give up the “little black dress” and the gaudy RGB light show to turn a gaming laptop into a perfectly respectably work machine. This is what Razer did to its Blade Stealth 13, transforming it into the very professional Razer Book 13, which looks like a MacBook Pro and comes in 3 versions. The base model, at USD1,200, comes with a 1920 × 1200 display, a Core i5-1135G7 processor, 8GB of RAM and 256GB of storage. For USD1,600, you get a Core i7-1165G7 processor, 16GB of RAM, 512GB of storage and a 1920 × 1200 touch display. Finally, USD2,000 gets you a UHD+ 3840 × 2400 touch display. Available this month. And, of course, there is no law that says that you can’t game on your Razer Book 13…

The Verge, Monica Chin, “Razer’s new Razer Book 13 is a productivity laptop with a 16:10 screen.”

 

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