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The Razer Blade Stealth isn't a gaming laptop -- until you plug it into the Razer Core, a docking station that not only adds ports and charges the laptop, but also adds the horsepower of an external graphics card.

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You get to choose which graphics card to add. Just flip open the handle, pull and the tray slides right out. One screw, two power connectors and you're done.

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Just plug a single USB Type-C Thunderbolt 3 cable into to the side of the laptop -- no need to reboot -- and all that additional graphical oomph is yours.

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You don't have to rely on just that single USB-C port, though. There's also a full-side HDMI jack and two full-size USB 3.0 ports on the Blade Stealth laptop.

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Here's what a full Blade Stealth plus Core desktop setup might look like -- if you're a big fan of Razer products, anyhow.

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One last picture of the Razer Blade Stealth and Razer Core.

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