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.
Not that you couldn’t open up a spreadsheet with one of the game-centric Razer Blade laptops.
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