Razer Blade Stealth (Late 2019) 13.3" Core i7-1065G7 16GB RAM 512GB SSD GTX 1650 4GB $2199 @ Officeworks


It has a 13.3" LED display with a 1080p FHD resolution.
The Intel Core i7, 1.3GHz processor is a high performing unit designed for enhanced productivity and the most demanding applications including full on gaming.
This ultrabook features 16 GB of RAM which is ideal for running complex programs, video editing and gaming applications.
It includes 512 GB PCIe SSD storage capacity to accommodate your files.
The 4 GB, nVidia GeForce GTX 1650 graphics processor is ideal for gaming, virtual reality and video applications.
This laptop supports connections via WiFi 6, Thunderbolt 3, USB-A, Bluetooth 5.0, USB-C and 3.5 mm.
A 12 month warranty is included.
This laptop can run for up to 8 hours.
It comes preloaded with the Windows 10 Home 64-bit operating system.
It has a customisable RGB keyboard that can display over 16.8 million colours.
It comes in a sleek, black design.

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  • I'm assuming this is the ddr5 version graphics card, cpu is only 4 cores? Don't think you can do any high end gaming on this for sure. It's alot of money for $2,200.

    • It's alot of money for $2200

    • Well yeah I guess $2,200 is a lot of money for $2,199.

      Nah but seriously, this is an excellent price. To have something so small and flexible in usage is great.

    • I think that’s one of the main reason Linus doesn’t recommend them anymore, they purposely stayed with Intel now for 2 years for no logical reason

  • Wow, is Razer a gaming Macbook?

  • love it, but needs touch.

    Only the top end one which has 4k does touch :(

    • I agree. Even my wife wondered why or how I bought a $4k laptop (Blade 15 w/ 2070MQ) which “does everything” but doesn’t have a touch screen.

  • I have the i7 8565 version late 2018 version

    Has served me well

    This Represents a decent upgrade

  • Waiting for this deal to appear again


    • It's back in stock for US$65 more

      • in AUD, it become $1848.50 + $350.37 = $2198.87

        Way more expensive than the previous deal $1828

        • You might have to select Amazon specifically as seller. The A$1848 rate you quoted is from a third party seller. Amazon had it in back order though, in stock on 25/9

  • This is actually a good price considering that this is a unique product and there's nothing else like this. No other company makes a 13-inch gaming ultrabook.

    • -3 votes

      "No other company makes a 13-inch gaming ultrabook."

      Because no one wants it

        • Don’t take it personally.

          In all seriousness a 13” gaming laptop isn’t bad - I had an alienware 13r3 before and loved the portability of it vs the huge gaming laptop beasts at the time. In 2020 however the next size up of laptop screen size has shrunk considerably in body size reducing the value proposition of this particular model.

          • @jace88: Thanks Mate @jace88. I do see your point and appeal if I consider Uni days. As I normally recommend various laptops to non-techy and techy ppl, I always evaluate it prior to recommending. E.g. I would imagine a person interested in this product will be better off with a 14/15" gaming laptop if they are serious about high-end gaming instead of added eGPU costs or running games in low settings. Having researched this now, this price and offer at officeworks is the perfect laptop to recommend to non-tech ppl that "used to game" and will most likely run RTS or older games at higher settings. This video summed it up for me https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tagUtlYFhJQ

        • I just bought one. I've been looking for something exactly like this, at exactly this price, for about 6 months, checking ozbargain regularly. It has ticked all the boxes:

          • 13-14"
          • >=16GB Ram
          • >=256GB SSD
          • >= 6hrs battery life
          • <=2kg
          • <=$2500AUD
          • Decent design and build quality
          • i7 or Ryzen 7
          • USB C
          • Can open the laptop with a single hand
          • Can play games like deep rock galactic, dauntless, overwatch etc. at >30FPS
          • Backlit keyboard

          I travel a lot (well, not so much anymore) and having a laptop that is thin and light is important to me. I also happen to enjoy some light PC gaming (if I want to play more demanding titles, I just get them on PS4).

          • @eckenalc: What you described is exactly the person I thought of. The points you have listed couldn't be any more relevant…spot on. I.e. light PC gaming is fine as you want a premium product (even if you can do the same at a lower price but would not get a premium build quality) and rest can be offloaded to an external system such as a pc or console.

            PS. the fact that you are saying "demanding titles" and run it on PS4 is why a lot of ppl's rationale of the product should either be cheaper or more powerful as they are purely thinking of numbers and not the other matters that come with any product.

            • @samkenny: Yeah if you're looking at spec for spec, the value for money on this device is rubbish.

              I think people sometimes forget the purpose of laptops. I don't want to be lugging around a 15.6" device. I love being able to carry my laptop between a few fingers comfortably (currently use a 2015 MBP), use it in bed comfortably, slot it into my small backpack etc.

              I just want the ability to play the odd multiplayer game with mates, either at people's houses (where I can't bring my PS4), or with mates that don't have a PS4. In these cases, the company I'm with is more important to me than the fact that I'm playing at sub 60FPS on medium settings.

              As I said, I've been looking for a device like this at this pricepoint for a while now - there is nothing else like this laptop at this price, right now. Only thing that comes close is the old Dell XPS 13, but its an extra $100 for the same specs, minus the GPU….

      • Because no one wants it

        Just bought one, so I guess at least 1 person wants it. AMA?