How can you fit in a mobile PC with a powerful graphics card and not to sacrifice the thickness of his body? Actually, in any way, so the manufacturer every time you have to sacrifice something — either compactness or the performance of your new creation. Ultrabook Razer Blade Stealth presented at the 2016 CES show in the USA, too, does not possess the power integrated in the CPU graphics card, but its thickness is minimal, plus he is still playing due to its ability to work with graphics cards from desktop PC.
This was possible thanks to the additional module, the photographs, where and is the discrete adapter from the desktop, and it connects to the laptop through an interface of Intel Thunderbolt 3. The bandwidth of this port is more than enough to transmit huge amounts of data to process, so Stealth Razer Blade can run any modern game. The module can hold video cards with the dimensions of 310х152х44 of a millimeter with regard to the size of the cooling system, using less than 375 watts of power during peak loads, plus they needs to have PCI-E x16 slot. The module itself has dimensions 340х218х105 millimeters and features a Quartet of USB 3.0 ports and a Gigabit network card.
The laptop Razer Blade Stealth equipped with a 12.5-duhovym IGZO screen with a resolution Quad HD or Ultra HD, the keyboard backlight, CPU Intel Core i7-6500U, 8GB DDR3 RAM, 128GB-512GB ROM (solid state drive), USB 3.0 ports, and weighing 1.25 kilograms at a thickness of 13 millimeters. The laptop costs 1000 dollars, but without the docking station, which will be released only after six months and does not yet have a recommended price.