Is Newegg trustable to buy a Razer Blade Stealth from? The deal is insane.

Discussion in 'Systems' started by Stevotherhodes, Jun 19, 2017.

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  1. Stevotherhodes

    Stevotherhodes New Member

    I'm about to go to college and I'm looking for a high end laptop for under 1000$. I came across the razor blade because I'm a gamer(league of legends) that doesn't require high end specs but mobility, build quality, yet has the ability to run things like Adobe premiere, Photoshop, or even Fl Studio or Ableton. I have several questions but I'll keep it short and to the point.

    1. How do I know if this site is trust-able and a valid razer dealer so if I buy it I can refund it or return it if it's damaged? Here's the link:

    2. Does anyone have any better suggestions? (for laptops that can game yet are under 15 inches)

    3. One reason I like Razor is because of the deal of Software and hardware when you buy a laptop (FL Studio). Are there other deals like this on other manufacturing sites with video editing software or Microsoft word?
  2. rb6freak

    rb6freak New Member

    NewEgg is trustworthy for sure. I've ordered from them for over 7 years now, even a refurbished Razer Blade 17 (GTX 660m) which arrived looking brand new. They may have a restocking fee, look it up in the return policy. I've returned electronics to them before with no hassle. As for question 2, that is subjective. My personal preference is that the Blade is the best gaming laptop under 15 inches. I don't have an answer for your number 3.
  3. Firebat246

    Firebat246 The One

    Newegg is absolutely trustworthy and have been around for a very long time. You can rest easy ordering anything from them if you choose to do so.
  4. Stevotherhodes

    Stevotherhodes New Member

    Thanks so much for the speedy response, I'll take your advice.
  5. a82320

    a82320 Member

    I love newegg, their CS is so good that if you speak to them, nicely. they let you return non-refundable/exchange only items.
    And they are trustworthy, yes.
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