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Razer Blade Stealth vs Lenovo X1 Carbon

Razer Blade Stealth vs Lenovo X1 Carbon  

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  1. 1. Which do you prefer?

    • Razer Blade Stealth
      2
    • Lenovo X1 Carbon
      9


At the time of posting, both of these laptops are almost equal in price. I want to know what you all would choose.

 

The specs for each of the machines are also almost identical with the main differences being:

  1. The X1 has an i5, while the Stealth would have an i7; they are both quad core though
  2. The X1 has 1 1/2 more ports than the Stealth (HDMI and one more TB3 whereas the Stealth only has one TB3 and the other is just USB C)
  3. The X1 has a fingerprint reader

 

Otherwise, the specs are almost identical:

  1. 1080p screen (non-touch)
  2. 8gb RAM (non-upgradable on both)
  3. 256gb SSD (upgradable on both)
  4. backlit keyboard
  5. good battery life
  6. 2 USB A ports
  7. integrated graphics
  8. Headphone jack

 

I want to know which one you think is better between the two. Please let me know why!

 

 

 

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Lenovo gets my vote. I love my X1 Carbon a lot and I've never had any issues with it or heard of anybody else having issues with it either. I've heard a lot of bad things about the Razor Blade's though (mostly from LMG staff).

-KuJoe

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The X1 has a significantly better keyboard & much higher build quality (It has to since it's a business machine at its heart). Oh yeah, and the X1 has a better touchpad and the trackpoint is still the best laptop mouse available.

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Razer laptops have no QC and terrible support

 

Are you open to other options?

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1 hour ago, GeneXiS_X said:

Are you open to other options?

Well, I decided to compare these two because they are so close in spec and price. I excluded the Dell line because of the nose shooting camera.

 

What did you have in mind?

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3 minutes ago, MandoPanda said:

What did you have in mind?

There are good Ultrabooks at lower prices

 

Are you buying in Japan? Any links of online stores?

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Just now, GeneXiS_X said:

There are good Ultrabooks at lower prices

 

Are you buying in Japan? Any links of online stores?

I'm not ready to buy yet. I take a long time to make decisions. Wanted to know what the community though.

 

Hit me with some suggestions. I picked these two because they fit my need almost perfectly. The X1 is stealing my heart though...

 

If anything I would be purchasing from the US.

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  • 6 months later...

I would choose Lenovo X1, considering it's ultrabook meaning frequent travel with lots of in/out of the backpack, on/off of the machine, Lenovo is a proven case and has peace of mind, Razer is still new.

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I've repeatedly heard bad things from Razer owners over the years. Mostlly comes down to reliabilty. 

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