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Introducing the Razer Book the ultra-lightweight laptop for on-the-go productivity


The Razer Book is Razer’s first foray into the productivity laptop space. By harnessing years of experience developing the highest performing gaming laptops, Razer is bringing the same meticulous design philosophy to the Razer Book, creating a system that sets new standards for users looking for a thin and light laptop solution for their everyday workflow


a non-touch matte FHD+ (1920 x 1200) 60Hz display and a UHD+ (3840 x 2400) touch screen for users looking for increased resolution.


UHD+ touch display


For those looking for a crisp visual experience or colour accurate performance, the Razer Book is available in a 13.4” UHD+ Touchscreen display with Gorilla® Glass and supports 100% sRGB. The micro edge 4.9mm thin side bezels provide a visually-stunning edge-to-edge picture. Each laptop display is individually custom calibrated for amazing colour accuracy out-of-the-box.


Wide viewing angles for group work


Weighing in at just 1.4kg and only 1.5cm thin, the Razer Book has been designed to excel in the workplace. Boasting the world’s thinnest 13.4” display bezels with a much sought-after 16:10 aspect ratio, the Razer Book delivers the maximum the amount of screen real estate in a 13” laptop. Featuring an 11th gen Intel® Core™ processor, the Razer Book has the power and flexibility for almost any workplace application.


With a myriad of input and output options, the Razer Book is ideal for traveling light and free of dongles. It is also Intel EVO certified, meaning it can go from sleep mode to a running desktop instantly, while maintaining a usable battery life of 10 hours to keep up with a hard day of work.


A usable display in a small form factor


The new Razer Book comes equipped with a 13.4” display and 16:10 aspect ratio giving users a taller screen to maximize productivity and usable space when working on the move. With a screen to body ratio of more than 90%, every inch has been used to give users as much desktop real estate as possible. The display comes in two options:


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Images are bright and clearly visible with wide viewing angles up to of 178° on both display options. The Razer Book was designed for ultimate visual clarity, whether presenting, editing content, or viewing media.


Powered by Intel


11th generation Intel CPU The new Razer Book includes the latest Tiger Lake 11th Gen Intel Core i7 processor running up to 28W to ensure users have the performance needed whether they are mobile or at the studio. The Intel Core i7-1165G7 processor provides Turbo Boost speeds up to 4.7GHz and with the Razer Book’s extremely ultraportable design, you would never guess it holds all that power.


Intel® Iris® Xe graphics


The Razer Book is equipped with Intel Iris Xe integrated graphics. Built into the 11th Gen Intel Processor, Iris Xe integrated graphics are the next evolution for Ultrabook form factor laptops, pushing the envelope when it comes to gaming and light rendering on the go. Whether it is resizing photos, encoding video files or even some light gameplay, the Intel Iris Xe can take it all in its stride.


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