Looks like the Blade Stealth won't be too "stealthy" this time around. Razer announced on Tuesday that a pink version of the gaming laptop and other accessories are now on sale, just in time for the Valentine's Day.
Quartz Pink Edition
In a press release, Razer said it's bringing back the Quartz Pink hardware and even included a few more pink stuff. Now, it's splashing the same color to the recently released Blade Stealth laptop.
Also included in the Quartz Pink family are the Raiju Tournament Edition PlayStation 4 controller, the Seiren X microphone, the Base Station Chroma headset stand, and a Razer Phone 2 case.
We heard our community’s love for Quartz—presenting the Razer Blade Stealth 13 in Quartz. Move with the power of @NvidiaGeForce graphics and an @Intel Core i7 processor—now in a striking pink hue. Complete your setup now: https://t.co/QomPNZ77Bj pic.twitter.com/mHnGfqcZwQ — R Λ Z Ξ R (@Razer) January 30, 2019
This year's Quartz Pink lineup is not a first for Razer. Previously, the company also launched pink-colored BlackWidow Tournament Edition Chroma keyboard, Lancehead gaming mouse, and Kraken Pro V2 headset.
Razer Blade Stealth
Razer unveiled the newest version of Blade Stealth last year. Inside this gaming laptop is the latest Whiskey Lake eighth-gen Intel Core i7-8565U processor and a 4 GB Nvidia GeForce MX 140 graphics card. It has a pretty fast SSD (256 GB PCIe M.2) and a total of 16 GB RAM.
On the outside, the Blade Stealth has slimmer bezels — 4.9 mm, to be exact — as compared to its 15-inch version and a 13-inch Full HD display. The laptop has a durable anodized aluminum body as well, which went through an electrochemical process.
A base model is also available. At $200 cheaper, it's got an integrated Intel HD 620 graphics card and an 8 GB of RAM.
The limited-edition Quartz Pink Razer Blade Stealth 13 is priced at $1,600 and will be available alongside other Quartz Pink Edition gears. It's now on sale in the United States, Canada, and China for a limited time only.