Razer Book 13 - Razer launches its first ultrabook for work
Razer, known primarily as a manufacturer of products for gamers, has introduced a laptop that is not focused on gaming scenarios. The concept of the new Razer Book 13 is productivity in work tasks and impressive battery life. The device received an 11th generation Intel Core processor with Iris Xe graphics, a touchscreen, and became the brand's first laptop to be certified under the Intel Evo program.
Razer Book 13 received a 13.4-inch IPS-display with a resolution of 1920x1200 or 3840x2400 pixels, depending on the modification. Touchscreen options are available as an option with protective Gorilla Glass 3 and anti-reflective coating.
The 11th generation Intel Core i5 or Core i7 processor with Iris Xe graphics and 8 or 16 GB of RAM are responsible for the performance of the model in different configurations. The laptop comes with an SSD-drive up to 512 GB. All versions of the laptop are equipped with the Razer Chroma customizable RGB keyboard.
On the sides of the keyboard are two speakers with THX Spatial Audio support, which is also available when using headphones via the 3.5mm audio jack. The laptop is equipped with a 720p webcam that is compatible with Windows Hello to unlock the device.
The Razer Book 13 aluminum case, weighing 1.34 kg, is 15.2 mm thick and accommodates the following set of interfaces: two USB Type-C connectors (with Thunderbolt 4 support), one USB Type-A 3.2, a microSD card slot, a combined audio port, and HDMI 2.0. The claimed battery life of all representatives of the series is up to 14 hours on a full charge and more than 4 hours after a 30-minute "recharging".
The cost of the Razer Book 13 configuration with an Intel Core i5 processor starts at $1199, and the initial price of models based on Intel Core i7 is $1599. The new laptops will go on sale this month.