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Best of the yearRazer Book 13 (2020)Bottom line: The Razer Book 13 is a tremendous first-gen Ultrabook that arguably takes on the category winner Dell XPS 13 (9310). Featuring a 16:10 display, fantastic speakers, a great keyboard and trackpad, and a premi...
Gorgeous, pristine design, 11th Gen Intel and EVO certified hardware flies, Brilliant IGZO display, Excellent typing, trackpad, and RGB keyboard, Fantastic speakers with THX Spatial Audio, Plenty of ports
Expensive, No LTE
We recommend the Razer Book 13 to anyone who is looking to get a small compact laptop that offers great performance and adequate battery life for schoolwork, games, and occasionally heavier tasks like video editing.The Razer Book 13 is a refreshing take o...
Gorgeous display, Compact and sleek industrial design, Excellent performance, Good variety of ports, Fantastic speaker system
Keyboard is a little underwhelming compared to the competition, Hard to open with one hand
A laptop with great looks, compact design, and remarkable power.There's a lot to love about the Razer Book 13, and not a lot of negative things to say about it. It's not a graphical powerhouse, but the fact that it's able to game at all is remarkable. Bet...
The Razer Book 13 is a great productivity machine with one major flaw: its keyboard. Unfortunately, the keyboard is weak enough that it knocks this machine's review score down significantly. However, if you can accept that flaw, this is still a great-look...
Great build and design, Display is bright and crisp, Long battery life, Powerful processor, RGB keys are a fun addition
Keyboard is really bad, Webcam should be better, Expensive
Razer has long been known as a maker of gaming peripherals and high-end consumer laptops. However with the Razer Book 13, they are taking a stab at the lucrative business and productivity laptop market. Traditionally dominated by Dell and HP, being succes...
If not for the mushy keyboard, our complaints about the Razer Book 13 would be relatively minor. We wouldn't even mind paying more for slick design and no bloatware, especially given the solid overall performance. Paying more despite a surprisingly subpar...
Sharp aluminum design with cool, quiet operation, 16:10 display with excellent viewing angles, Smooth, generously sized trackpad
Mushy, low-travel keyboard that constantly misses keystrokes, Storage is limited to 256GB for non-4K models, No fingerprint reader
Now that you've finished this Razer Book 13 review, you can see why it's a very good laptop, and why Razer is getting into the productivity laptop space. Its minimalist aesthetic is appealing, its performance is snappy and its endurance is pretty damn lon...
Fast overall performance, Colorful display, Solid endurance, Per key RGB lighting, Lots of ports
Gets pricey, Runs a little warm
First of all, the Razer Book 13 is an awesome laptop. It has a clean design and premium build quality that's always a pleasure to use. It's also got a lovely RGB keyboard, super-narrow bezels around the 16:10 display, and great performance from Intel's 11...
F or For years, Razer has made some of the best gaming laptops on the market. They're not uniquely famous for their high performance (Blades are powerful machines but not the fastest out there) or their prices (which are high). They're famous for their hi...
Just 256GB of storage in base and midrange models, Premium price, Clunkier than some competitors, Battery life is just okay
Even though Razer's laptops are generally built for gaming, we regularly recommend them to anyone looking for a high-performance Windows laptop with MacBook-like design and build quality. The Razer Book 13 takes the Razer design we love but skips the gaming vibe altogether (well, almost) and aims for office and school use instead...
Powerful overall and graphics performance, Plenty of ports, Bright, vivid display, Comfortable, customizable keyboard
Runs a bit warm, Sluggish file transfer,
In review: Razer Book 13 FHD. Test unit provided by RazerSlap the 16:10 display from the Dell XPS 13 onto a Razer Blade Stealth and you'll essentially have the Book 13. The new Razer laptop incorporates the best of both worlds and with a stronger emphasis...
faster-than-average Core i7-1165G7 performance, factory calibrated display w/ full sRGB coverage, good selection of ports; dual Thunderbolt 4, per-key RGB lighting on a business laptop, IR camera for Windows Hello, high performance-per-watt, relatively la...
slow black-white and gray-gray response times, no Kensington lock, fingerprint reader, or NFC, RAM and WLAN are not user-upgradeable, shallow key travel with soft feedback, no Core i7-1185G7 or Ryzen options, clickpad feedback could be firmer, no physical...
The Razer Book 13 is a sturdy productivity notebook with a 16:10 display and long battery life. But it's not distinguished from Razer's gaming laptops, and unless you get the 4K version, the storage is anemic...