What's in the box?
The notebook itself is nestled in a black box that sits below foam supports.
Yup, this is definitely a Razer product.
Razer's signature triple-headed snake logo is the only thing that adorns the otherwise plain lid. It glows bright green when the notebook is powered on.
Even when the notebook is powered off, the logo is still as striking as ever.
With its slim, tapered profile and minimalist design, the Razer Blade Stealth looks more than a little like a black version of the MacBook Air. It is also the first notebook to feature per-key LED illumination, which means you can customize the lighting effects on every single key.
There's nearly an unlimited range of lighting options you can play with in Razer's Synapse software.
A single USB 3.0 port and full-sized HDMI connector are located on the notebook's right edge.
On the left edge, there is another USB 3.0 port and a 3.5mm headphone jack. The USB Type-C Thunderbolt 3 port is located here as well, and it's how you connect the Blade Stealth with the Razer Core dock and power brick.