Blade stealth late 2019

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  1. Joikansai

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    I do wonder if they will keep the MX150/250 or just slap a decent GPU in there like the 1650 Max-Q, because the Iris Pro in the 1065G7 is very close to the MX150 performance.
     
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    If the Ice Lake chip has better thermal headroom in practice, then it certainly seems possible (1050/1650 MaxQ). MSI seems to have been able to do so with the PS42 and its successor.

    However, since Intel was showing it off at an event, it may be IGP only.

    Either way, I hope for better battery life.

    Also, from early indications, it appears closer to 10W MX150 performance, and not 25W MX150 (as Razer and MSI use).


    EDIT: Also hope for Adaptive Sync support, since Ice Lake is supposed to bring it. C'mon, AMD powered Thinkpads already have Freesync with their built in panels...
     
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  4. Thysanoptera

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    1650 in black, Intel only in white. Not long time ago I would kill to have a 13 inch with such GPU, but will wait until reviews show up, I'm a little skeptical about its thermal performance. Looks like the Intel only model also has two fans, that could be a better choice.
     
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    Looks like another 0.5mm added to height, so is it taller feet or is the chassis itself thicker?

    Ice Lake is nice, as is the GTX1650! :D

    Looks like a battery bump is out of the question, though we have yet to see if Ice Lake improves power any.

    I also wonder if Ice Lake improves TB3's hit-or-miss device detection (at least on my laptops; desktops are fine).
     
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    Looks like you pretty much called it. Nice.
     
  7. Joikansai

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    They increased the price though, and here in EU it’ll be crazy expensive:D
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    Unless I need super portability I would go with new base15 with better cpu and gpu for 200 bucks cheaper if I’ve to choose between those two.
     
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    Product page is up: https://www.razer.com/campaigns/gaming-ultrabook
    I wonder if they're going to discontinue the 144Hz/2060 Base because it was eating too much into Advanced sales.
     
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    I think they’ll continue base 2060 because it’s the only option for having 2060 on mid 2019 model with new 9750H.
     
  10. Vingard

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    Hmmm... don't think they got the pricing right on this.
     
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