Thinking about buying a Razer Blade Stealth, a few suggestions.

Discussion in 'Systems' started by BillyThePoop, Mar 11, 2018.

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Should this be on the current razer laptops?

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  1. BillyThePoop

    BillyThePoop New Member

    So I was thinking about purchasing a Razer Blade Stealth as my main laptop, but I have some suggestions to *might* make it better.

    1. Probably get a better cpu, like the ryzen 2700u instead of the old cpu. This is because the intergrated graphics sucks, we all know that. But the new ryzen u processors have apus which are significantly faster than the uhd 620. If you search up “Ryzen 2700u” some of the websites have the 8550u as the competitor.

    2. Battery life, this might not be as important but some of my friends say they have around 5~ hours (It’s new and they have said they have been doing work :stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye:). Well I just want it to have a bit better battery, and I dont want to bring a power bank with me 24/7 btw :).

    3. FINGER PRINTS, well this is probably the one with the lowest priority but I would like it if it wouldn’t have much finger prints, and I know it is hard to do but there are some people who did it. Like adding prism patterns around the keyboard and others.

    Overall, if you fix these problems. I think this will actually be my top choise of laptop and recommend this laptop. But seriously though if they did this, every person will throw away their old laptop and buy this sexy laptop.

    Thanks for reading! :D
     
  2. Joikansai

    Joikansai Well-Known Member VANGUARD

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  3. moho1

    moho1 New Member

    Joikansai pretty well covered 1&2 - buy the 8550U model and adjust your power settings.

    3) I only had fingerprint issues with my black one when it was new; it just needed a little "seasoning" - then it evens out perfectly and looks great.

    At the end of the day, I was happy with my 1st gen RBS, and I'm even happier with the new quad-core model.
     
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