Razer releases new Power Bank accessory, compatible with USB-C powered laptops

The Razer Power Bank will ship in March and priced at $150. The pitch from Razer is that if you own a Blade Stealth laptop, its Power Bank will push battery life past 15 hours.

Razer's original Blade Stealth was a solid entry into the ultrabook market, but unfortunately it disappointed on the battery life department.

In addition to compatibility with the Razer Blade Stealth, the Razer Power Bank is also compatible with your other USB powered mobile as it also includes both USB Type-A and USB Type-C ports.

It's the flawless setup for gamers on-the-go who might need some extra juice to keep a game going well past the Blade Stealth's already impressive battery life.

"The Razer Blade sets the benchmark for performance in thin laptops", says Min-Liang Tan, Razer co-founder and CEO.

Today, Razer is announcing a new battery pack accessory that extends the Blade Stealth's battery even further for those that are constantly on the go. These can all be used at the same time, allowing you to charge three devices at once, and it also features Qualcomm's Quick Charge 3.0 technology for speedy charging of compatible devices.

The Razer Power Bank matches Razer's laptop design aesthetic with a black CNC aluminum casing.

The Power Bank by itself is a great battery, but it is primarily meant to work concurrently with the Blade Stealth.

The Razer Power Bank is equipped with Intelligent device charging and is able to instantly identify the type of device that is plugged in.

It's the first time Razer have run an official pre-sale event exclusively for Australian customers. Among its signature products are high-performance PC and console peripherals, the Razer Blade line of gaming laptops, software services such as Razer Cortex (a game optimizer and launcher), Razer Arena (a platform for esports tournaments) and zGold (a virtual currency and payment engine for gamers).

  • Arturo Norris