The Razer Book 13 was announced as the company’s latest thin and light notebook computer. It does not follow the aesthetics of the gaming laptop that Razer is famous for, but its build quality and keyboard have been retained in the Razer Book 13. There are many models of laptops, all of which are powered by Intel’s 11th-generation Core processors. They have a single color option, but you can get the Razer Book 13 with or without a touch screen.
Razer Book 13 price
The price of the Razer Book 13 is US$1,199 (approximately Rs 89,000) for the Core i5 + 8GB + 256GB model, US$1,599 (approximately Rs 1.18 lakh) for the Core i7 + 16GB + 256GB model, and US$1,999 (approximately Rs 1.48) Lakhs). ) Suitable for Core i7 + 16GB + 512GB models. They are available in a single Mercury color option and are currently available for pre-order in the United States. As of now, it is unclear if and when the Razer Book 13 will be introduced to the Indian market.
Razer Book 13 specifications
Razer Book 13 runs Windows 10 Home, and all three models are equipped with 13-inch displays. Laptops can be equipped with up to 4K touch screens with 178-degree viewing angles and 60Hz refresh rate. The laptop under the hood is equipped with up to the 11th generation Intel Core i7-1165G7 processor with Intel Iris Xe graphics. Razer Book 13 can provide up to 16GB of RAM and 512GB of storage space.
The keyboard supports every key RGB lighting powered by Razer Chroma, and also supports anti-ghosting. Razer Book 13 is equipped with 55Wh battery and 65W power adapter. For connection, it is equipped with Intel Wireless AX 201, Bluetooth 5.1, USB 3.1 Gen 1 Type-A port, Thunderbolt 4 port, HDMI 2.0 port, microSD card slot and 3.5mm headphone jack.
Audio is processed by two speakers with THX Spatial Audio and a four-microphone array. In terms of size, the Razer Book 13 measures 198.5×295.6×15.15mm and weighs between 1.34kg and 1.40kg, depending on the configuration.
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