Credit: RazerRazer is breaking its traditional black and green look for the Razer Blade Stealth by making it pretty in pink. The company has announced a new limited edition, quartz pink version of the Stealth, as well as a series of quartz pink peripherals.
The pink Stealth will only be available for a limited time in the U.S., China and Canada beginning January 29. The $1,599.99 laptop packs an Intel Core i7-8665U CPU, a 25-watt Nvidia GeForce MX150 graphics card, a 256 GB PCIe M.2 SSD and 16 GB of LPPDR3 RAM at 2,133 MHz. That’s the same specs as the version I reviewed in December. It had a sleek design and was good enough for light gaming, but the keyboard was shallow. The pink version will be available until Razer sells out of units.
Like the black-on-black of the Stealth before it, Razer’s logo will be pink-on-pink here, making it more subtle than the green-on-black versions found on its gaming laptops.
New Pink Razer Peripherals
The company also announced a full slew of peripherals to get the pink makeover. Here’s the full list, per Razer:
Razer Basilisk mouse ($69.99)
Razer Goliathus Extended Chroma mouse mat ($59.99)
Razer Huntsman keyboard ($149.99)
Razer Kraken headset ($79.99)
Razer Raiju Tournament Edition controller for PS4 ($149.99)
Razer Seiren X microphone ($99.99)
Razer Base Station Chroma headset stand ($59.99)
Quartz case for Razer Phone 2 ($24.99)
Unlike the laptop, these aren’t limited edition, so you can expect them to be more widely available.
These aren't the first pink Razer peripherals. There was a previous Quartz collection that included a BlackWidow keyboard.