Razer shows off its new Razer Book 13 laptop. Intel Evo certified with long battery life.
In addition to RGB- filled peripherals and great software support, Razer also delves into the world of laptops designed to play the most demanding video games. Their latest laptop, the Razer Book 13, packs a day-long battery, ultra-thin screen, and an 11th Gen Intel CPU to keep up with the demands of Intel Evo.
Razer’s new and more demanding laptop, the Razer Book 13
The new Razer Book 13 is the high-end laptop, designed not only for gamers, but for those who need a laptop for work purposes. It boasts a very light and mobile design with the world’s thinnest 13.4-inch screen. But its small size does not clash with the power needs, since it has an 11th generation Intel processor and a large repertoire of connectivity. It is backed by Intel Evo, which guarantees power and speed, but at the same time allows the battery to last at least 9 hours and has a fast charge.
Nor does it pale in terms of sound with its speakers with THX Spatial technology to have 360º sound in such a small size, and this technology is also available if we use headphones. And the latest technology is also applied to its expansive glass touch panel, accompanied by Windows Precision Drivers.
Its 11th generation Intel CPU reaches speeds of 4.7GHz thanks to Intel Turbo Boost, with integrated Iris Xe graphics to play many recent games in good graphic quality. We won’t have to worry about it getting too hot thanks to its steam chamber cooling system, which also prevents it from making a lot of noise.
In terms of connectivity, the Razer Book 13 laptop has two Thunderbolt 4 USB-C ports, a USB-A 3.2 Gen 2 port, a 3.5mm minijack combo connection, an HDMI 2.0 port, WI-Fi 6, Bluetooth 5.1, and a slot MicroSD card reader. The Razer Book 13 model with Intel Core i5 will start at € 1,299, while the i7 model will start at € 1,699.