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Hands-on with the beautiful Razer Blade Stealth 13 Mercury White [Video]

Razer’s line of Blade laptop have been becoming more and more powerful without sacrificing their small and clean design. The new Razer Blade Stealth 13 can be spec’d out with an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1650, or you can opt for a different color scheme like this Mercury White edition. Either way you still get the 0.6-inch height and clean lines. Check out the video below for more.

We took a look at the rest of the Mercury White line a little while ago. For those that want a brighter, more subtle color, this version of the Blade Stealth 13 is a beautiful choice. First off, let’s go through the line-up to see where this edition sits.

At its base, the Blade Stealth 13 comes with Intel UHD Graphics 620, 8th Gen Intel i7 and a 256GB SSD in a black style for the MSRP of 1,400. Upgrading the graphics to Intel Iris Plus Graphics gives the 10th Gen Intel i7 and the 256GB SSD in white for 1,500.

With the Geforce MX150 graphics selected, you can choose between black or pink at 1,600 for the Full HD screen. Opting for the 4k touch display will bring the price up to 1,900 and limit the selection to just black.

The top of the line for the Razer Blade 13 comes in with the GeForce GTX 1650 Max-Q. Full HD and 4K touch graphics are both available with the 10th Gen Intel i7 and comes with a 512GB SSD. The Full HD version is priced at 1,800 and the 4K touch will set you back 2,000.

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So the Mercury White version that we have here is priced at 1,500 and also has 16GB of RAM, and single zone Chroma RGB. This one doesn’t have the top of the line graphics option.

Quick Specs

  • Razer Blade Stealth 13 in Mercury White
  • CPU: 25W Quad-Core 10th Gen Intel Core i7-1065G7
  • GPU: Intel Iris Plus Graphics
  • RAM: 16GB dual-channel
  • Storage: 256GB
  • Dimensions: 11.99” x 8.27” x.6″

Design and portability

Obviously one of the major selling points of the Blade 13 is it’s small ultrabook design and portability. A 0.6-inch height means that it’s low profile is easy to take with you anywhere. I think that the Blade line has to be one of the most attractive laptops available out there. The mix of clean lines and sharp edges give a really pleasing look, especially with the Mercury White Edition. Match it with the rest of the Mercury White line you have a really attractive setup.

For I/O, the Blade 13 packs two USB Type-A 3.1 ports for legacy devices. Additionally, power is delivered through a Thunderbolt 3 port or a USB-C 3.1 Gen 2 port. A 3.5mm headphone/microphone jack rounds out the connectivity.

On the bottom of the laptop, we see some nice vents for airflow and the rubber risers that let the laptop stand off of a desk or lap a little bit for added cooling.

Touch and Feel

I’m a big fan of Razer keyboards, with the Huntsman Elite being the best feeling keyboard that I’ve used. It feels like they’ve nailed it with the keyboard on the Blade Stealth 13, as well. It doesn’t take much to press down, but gives some great feedback when depressed. Overall, typing feels great on the Blade Stealth 13.

Likewise, the touchpad also performs well. Personally, I think it’s pretty hard to beat Apple when it comes to touchpads. Even so it feels pretty good on the Blade 13. Tapping the pad for selection feels good and pressing it down isn’t too loud, which is appealing in a small laptop like this.

The anodized aluminum body of the Blade Stealth 13 feels extremely rigid. When we had the previous Blade 15 it also felt rigid, but with the slightest bit of flex in the keyboard. This time around with the Blade 13 feels even more rigid. I would imagine this is because of the smaller overall body.

Battery Life

Battery life also seems pretty great on the Blade Stealth 13. Obviously this will vary with whatever spec you get, but the Mercury White easily gets over 7 hours with light use. Even just at 89% it was estimating 7-hour and 32-minutes of battery life. When running the Heaven benchmark at best performance in the battery settings, that 89% dropped down to a 2-hour and 30-minute estimation.


Running on battery – With the Intel Iris Plus Graphics on the Mercury White Edition, with the performance set to better battery running the Heaven benchmark at high settings, it was averaging 16.9 FPS with a score of 427. Plugged into power and and battery set to high performance, I was getting around 28.5 fps with scores between 692 and 742.

Playing Apex Legends had the FPS a little all over the place. In the lobby it was over 100 FPS, but when jumping into the map that dropped down to between 20 and 30 FPS. But when looting and in some combat scenarios, I was seeing 50-60 FPS. So it’s obviously not the most powerful, but it is certainly playable.


Overall, the Razer Blade Stealth 13 in Mercury White is a great little laptop. With its attractive design, pleasing keyboard and trackpad, and decent performance, Blade 13 is a portable little powerhouse. Obviously if you need more performance, you might want to opt for the GeForce GTX 1650 Max-Q version in black or a bigger Blade 15. But if size, portability or style is high on your requirements list, the Mercury White Blade Stealth 13 won’t disappoint.

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And if you want something very mobile that turns into a gaming beast when docked at home, check out one of Razer’s Core external graphics enclosures and the brand new Raptor Monitor. These will make an extremely portable laptop a beast when docked at home.

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Review: Razer Laptop Stand Chroma V2 brings flair to your Razer PC

If you’re attempting to live the one-PC life by doing everything on a laptop, getting the proper setup can make the experience. One crucial accessory that I found surprisingly valuable is a laptop stand, which keeps things organized and allows for a more ergonomic typing position.

So, leave it to Razer to come up with the most baller laptop stand on the market that pairs nicely with the Razer Book 13. The new Razer Laptop Stand Chroma V2 delivers nice, angled typing, plenty of modern ports, and, of course, that sweet RGB Chroma to add some flair.

While not a cheap accessory (150), it is also more helpful than I thought it would be, making it an easy recommendation. However, there are some caveats regarding what kind of laptop you can use with it. Here is my quick review of the new Razer Laptop Stand Chroma V2.

Razer Laptop Stand Chroma V2

Bottom line: For Razer purists, the Razer Laptop Stand Chroma V2 is a crucial piece of the ultimate PC battle station setup. With plenty of expansion ports, angled typing, and RGB lighting, it’s the only exciting laptop stand on the market. But for non-Razer users, the price is a non-starter.

The Good

  • Excellent design
  • Plenty of expansion ports
  • Custom RGB lighting
  • Ergonomic typing

The Bad

  • Price is crazy
  • May block fans on non-Razer laptops
  • Non-adjustable height and angle

Razer Laptop Stand Chroma V2: Price and availability

Introduced in February 2021, the Razer Laptop Stand Chroma V2 is currently available only through Razer.com for 149.99.

The older Razer Laptop Stand Chroma V1 model, which has fewer ports (just Type-A, no HDMI, or Type-C) and is 50 cheaper, is still available but is harder to recommend instead of this newer model.

Razer also offers the plain Razer Laptop Stand for 50-60, though it lacks expansion ports and RGB. It’s available in black or mercury white.

Razer Laptop Stand Chroma V2: What’s good

Like pizza, it is hard to mess up a laptop stand. The Razer Laptop Stand Chroma V2 is of all-metal (stamped aluminum) construction with no moving parts. There is non-slip rubber at the front and where the bottom of the laptop meets the stand to prevent sliding and marring.

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You have all the ports on the rear, including two Type-C (including passthrough charging), two Type-A, and a full HDMI. The configuration results in a whole USB Type-C hub experience, letting you output to two monitors (HDMI and Type-C) at QHD (2560 x 1440) resolution or up to a single 5K display.

There is a second Type-C port and two Type-As for data expansion, and it all connects via a separate dedicated Type-C cable attached at the base of the stand.

If you need more ports, you can easily connect up to Razer‘s beefier Thunderbolt 4 Dock Chroma (329), which has ten ports, including RJ-45 Ethernet, an SD card reader, and a headphone jack. You can also use this stand with Razer’s external GPUs like the 300 Razer Core X.

The laptop lays on top at an 18-degree angle, which feels ridiculously good to type on when stationed. It makes you remember why full keyboards have angled typing to begin with, as it is just way more comfortable than lying flat.

The Razer Chroma RGB lighting is a nice touch, even if a bit overkill for a stand. Chroma RGB can all sync together, so this stand’s lighting can match the laptop‘s keyboard and the rest of Razer’s accessories. If you’re going all-in on Razer’s ecosystem – including the computer, gaming mouse, external keyboard, and display – the lighting here ties it all nicely together for a killer look.

Razer Laptop Stand Chroma V2: What’s not good

Make sure the stand clears your laptop’s fan intakes.

The Razer Laptop Stand Chroma V2 officially supports the Razer Blade Stealth 13, Razer Book 13, Razer Blade 15 Advanced Model, Razer Blade 15 Base Model, and Razer Blade Pro 17. That makes sense as Razer sees this as an extension of its growing line of PCs and accessories.

Of course, being just a stand, it works with any laptop with a Type-C port – there is nothing proprietary here, including the software for the lighting (Razer Synapse). But you must be careful that your non-Razer laptop does not have its fan intake ports right where this stand connects. That said, it shouldn’t be a problem for most laptops, but it is worth considering.

While I enjoyed the 18-degree angling of the laptop, there are laptop stands out there that have user-adjustable angles and even height, giving you much more flexibility. Such stands tend to look less pristine, are wobbly, and a bit gangly, but the ergonomics may be superior for some users.

Power delivery is also a bit compromised, with only 46-watts going to your laptop if using a 65-watt charger and 80-watts if using a 100-watt one. If you’re big into gaming and pushing a powerful GPU, you’re probably going to need a Thunderbolt dock instead of, or in addition to, this stand.

There’s also no mercury white version yet. While black goes with any laptop, it would have been nice for those with the Razer Book 13 to get a complimentary set.

Razer Laptop Stand Chroma V2: Competition

The 18-degree typing angle is great for the Razer Book 13.

Razer is certainly charging a premium for the Laptop Stand Chroma V2, but for purists and completists who want all-in on the Razer ecosystem, few alternatives exist.

There are generic portable Type-C hubs and laptop stands (without lighting) on Amazon for around 25 each if you want to ad-hoc it with a floppy dongle system.

realistically, the Macally RGB Laptop Stand with USB Ports can be found for just 30 (regularly 40). The lighting is nowhere near as good as Razer’s Chroma, and it doesn’t appear to support display-out for even one external monitor, let alone two, but you do get four Type-A ports for data and accessories.

Get more ideas in our best laptop stands guide to see what else we recommend.

Razer Laptop Stand Chroma V2: Should you buy it?

Razer Book 13 with Laptop Stand Chroma V2, Thunderbolt 4 Dock Chroma, and Core X eGPU.

You should buy this if.

  • You have a Razer laptop and want a desktop experience
  • Have a non-Razer laptop with appropriate venting
  • Want a cool looking laptop stand that can run two external monitors
  • You have other Razer Chroma accessories

You shouldn’t buy this if.

  • You’re on a tight budget
  • Have a non-Razer laptop with middle vents
  • Don’t need display out or RGB lighting

There are a few ways to evaluate the Razer Laptop Stand Chroma V2: overall experience and value. For usage, I liked this stand. It made typing more comfortable than usual, allowed me to add external displays, add more ports, and it just looks good with a Razer-heavy setup. From that sense, it’s a great product.

Value is a bit harder to defend as clearly the 150 is on the insane end of the spectrum. Razer is known for being more premium than others, and that reputation shines here. Of course, there is a clear value bump from the 99 version, so Razer is at least consistent, but I think non-Razer fans will balk at the pricing, which is totally fair.

If, however, you are already all-in on Razer, the 150 price may well be worth the have an immaculate and lit-up PC battle station. For instance, if you have the Razer Raptor 27, Basilisk Ultimate, Huntsman Analog, and Firefly, why wouldn’t you get this to complete the deal?

I think that ‘complete the collection challenge’ is what Razer is banking on, and if you find yourself in that camp, the Laptop Stand Chroma V2 is easy to recommend (it’s called the cult of Razer for a reason). For all others, there are more appropriate choices.

Razer Laptop Stand Chroma V2

Bottom line: For Razer purists, the Razer Laptop Stand Chroma V2 is a crucial piece of the ultimate PC battle station setup. With plenty of expansion ports, angled typing, and RGB lighting, it’s the only exciting laptop stand on the market. But for non-Razer users, the price is a non-starter.

The Best Ergonomic Mouse. Summer 2023 Mice Reviews

As many of us spend more time with our computers, you may find more conventional mouse designs uncomfortable after long workdays or gaming sessions. Thankfully, there are an increasing number of mouse designs with sculpted shapes, thumb rests, and other ergonomic elements. These elements can help contribute to a more comfortable experience. The following mice are a selection of the best of these designs focusing on ergonomic compatibility, button reachability, and comfort.

We’ve tested over 290 mice, and below are our top picks for the best ergonomic options. For other recommendations, check out our picks for the best wireless mice, the best mice, and the best wired mice.

Best Ergonomic Mouse

Logitech MX Master 3S

The best ergonomic mouse we’ve tested is the Logitech MX Master 3S. It’s the latest entry in Logitech’s MX Master lineup and shares the same sculpted, right-handed shape as other entries in the series. Its body is solid plastic with a soft-touch texture and feels sturdily built. However, it’s on the larger side and is most comfortable for medium-sized or larger hands. You can press its large thumb rest section to enable gesture controls, and its primary scroll wheel unlocks automatically for faster free-scrolling, making scrolling quickly through a long document or website less strenuous. There’s also a side-mounted scroll wheel within reach of your thumb that you can use to scroll horizontally, which is helpful if you deal with spreadsheets or timelines. This mouse connects wirelessly with its USB receiver or via Bluetooth and pairs with up to three devices simultaneously. This newest entry in the lineup features quieter click buttons and an improved sensor with a wider CPI range, which is especially useful if you use a 4k display. If these features don’t interest you, we recommend checking out the older Logitech MX Master 2S, which is typically cheaper. However, its side buttons are harder to reach, and the mouse uses an older micro-USB charging cable instead of USB-C.

Best Mid-Range Ergonomic Mouse

Logitech Lift

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At a mid-range price point, we recommend the Logitech Lift, the best vertical mouse we’ve tested. The orientation of this mouse means you hold it in a natural ‘handshake position’. This design intends to reduce wrist strain by allowing you to rest your hand and wrist on your desk, avoiding pronation that can compress nerves in your forearm and wrist. This pick is smaller than many of the options on this list, making it a great choice if you have small or medium-sized hands. There’s also a left-handed version available. The build quality is excellent, and it has a textured rubberized surface that provides additional grip. The button clicks are also very quiet, and the scroll wheel automatically switches between a notched scrolling mode and a much quicker free-scrolling mode. The three color options make fitting it into your existing home setup easy. This mouse connects wirelessly via Bluetooth or its USB receiver, and you can pair it with up to three devices simultaneously. If you’re interested in a cheaper option, consider the Anker Wireless Vertical Mouse. Its size makes it a better fit for larger hands. However, it doesn’t perform as well and lacks both Bluetooth support and multi-device pairing.

Best Budget Ergonomic Mouse

Logitech M720 Triathlon

In the budget category, we recommend the Logitech M720 Triathlon. It shares many of the same work-oriented features as our first pick in this list, the Logitech MX Master 3S, but it’s significantly less expensive. It has a right-handed, ergonomic shape with a rubberized coating and a small thumb rest with a hidden button that enables gesture commands. You can connect it wirelessly with its USB receiver or via Bluetooth, and it pairs with up to three devices simultaneously. For power, it uses a single AA battery and has an impressive advertised battery life of up to 24 months. The scroll wheel also has left and right tilt inputs and unlocks for free scrolling. Unfortunately, its shape and high palm rest make this mouse bulky, so it isn’t the most portable option. Also, its mouse feet are on the thinner side and have sharp edges that can dig into softer mousepads a bit. That said, it’s a versatile option that combines many helpful productivity features into an affordable package that’s very comfortable for just about all hand sizes.

Best Ergonomic Mouse For Gaming

Razer Basilisk V3

The best ergonomic gaming mouse we’ve tested is the Razer Basilisk V3. It has a right-handed shape with a thumb rest providing more ergonomic support than typical gaming mice. Also, while many gaming mice have only two side buttons, this one has three. As an added feature, its wheel has L/R tilt inputs and a free-scrolling mode that you can toggle to automatically enable when you scroll to a certain speed, like some of the more work-oriented picks on this list. Using the companion software, you can reprogram any button, make sensor adjustments, and customize the RGB lighting. Unfortunately, this mouse is fairly heavy, so it isn’t ideal if you only play fast-paced, reaction-based games. If you’re interested in a much lighter and less expensive alternative, check out the Cooler Master MM720. Unlike the Razer mouse, which has a thumb rest on the left, this mouse has added ergonomic support on the right side and features a rest for your ring finger. However, it doesn’t feel as sturdy, only has two side buttons, and lacks extra features like a scroll wheel with free-scrolling mode.

Best Trackball Ergonomic Mouse

Logitech MX ERGO

We recommend the Logitech MX ERGO if you’re interested in a trackball design. It has a comfortable right-handed shape and a thumb trackball design suitable for all hand sizes. It also includes a metal plate that lets you adjust between a zero or 20-degree tilt position, and there’s a pinky rest area, so none of your fingers hang awkwardly off the side. Overall, this mouse is very well-built, and the materials are high-quality. However, it doesn’t feel as premium as our top pick, the Logitech MX Master 3S, which is typically available at a similar price. Some users also report that the rubber coating can be prone to wearing out from heavy use. This mouse connects wirelessly using its USB receiver or via Bluetooth. It has an advertised battery life of up to four months, and you can pair up to two devices simultaneously. The scroll wheel has tilt buttons but doesn’t unlock for a quicker free-scrolling mode like other options on this list. Using the customization software, you can reprogram buttons to best suit your needs. If you’re interested in a more affordable alternative, consider the Logitech ERGO M575. It has the same ergonomic shape but doesn’t include a tilt base, doesn’t support multi-device connectivity, and feels cheaper overall.

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Our recommendations above are what we think are currently the best vertical mouse and overall best ergonomic mice for most people. We factor in the price (a cheaper mouse wins over a pricier one if the difference isn’t worth it), feedback from our visitors, and availability (no mice that are difficult to find or almost out of stock everywhere).

If you would like to do the work of choosing yourself, here is the list of all our mice reviews. Be careful not to get too caught up in the details. While no mouse is perfect for every use, most mice are great enough to please almost everyone, and the differences are often not noticeable unless you really look for them.