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    Razer Blade Stealth gets updated with 13.3-inch screen

    QHD+ laptop has same physical dimensions as the 12.5-inch version.
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    Re: Razer Blade Stealth gets updated with 13.3-inch screen

    DDR3? Is that because LPDDR4 is still rare, or just a cost-cutting exercise?

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    Re: Razer Blade Stealth gets updated with 13.3-inch screen

    Quote Originally Posted by 3s-gtech View Post
    DDR3? Is that because LPDDR4 is still rare, or just a cost-cutting exercise?
    Given you can't actually but it standalone, I'd hazard a guess that it's still rare.

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    Re: Razer Blade Stealth gets updated with 13.3-inch screen

    Wouldn't mind the option to bump the CPU up to a 7560U, other than that its still a nice machine and the screen is a welcome upgrade.
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    Re: Razer Blade Stealth gets updated with 13.3-inch screen

    Quote Originally Posted by qasdfdsaq View Post
    Given you can't actually but it standalone, I'd hazard a guess that it's still rare.
    The ultralight laptop market all uses soldered ram, so there isn't much of a market for LPDDR4 RAM upgrades which is probably why there isn't any LPDDR4 SODIMMs available. There's only a 0.1v difference anyway, if you can fit a SODIMM you can probably deal with the slightly elevated power draw

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    Re: Razer Blade Stealth gets updated with 13.3-inch screen

    Hmm, I love the look of this device but it's so hard to get a hold of in the UK!

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    Re: Razer Blade Stealth gets updated with 13.3-inch screen

    Quote Originally Posted by Xlucine View Post
    The ultralight laptop market all uses soldered ram, so there isn't much of a market for LPDDR4 RAM upgrades which is probably why there isn't any LPDDR4 SODIMMs available. There's only a 0.1v difference anyway, if you can fit a SODIMM you can probably deal with the slightly elevated power draw
    Most of it still seems to be BGAs and POPs for the mobile (i.e. phone/tablet) market though.

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