MojoKid writes: "Plenty of folks thought that Razer was blowing smoke when they announced they were developing a high end gaming tablet, dubbed Project Fiona, at last year’s CES. A year later, lo and behold, the company has a whole booth full of them at CES 2013. After garnering loads of input from actual PC gamers, Razer put together what is, in the most basic sense, a 10.1-inch tablet, albeit one loaded with high-end hardware and also essentially a Windows 8 PC and a portable gaming console, all wrapped up in one device. This hands-on demo shows the Intel Core i5-powered device, backed by an NVIDIA GeForce GT 640M LE graphics engine, can handle leading-edge PC game titles like Dishonored with relative ease. Razer will be offering bundles with the Edge and Edge Pro, including their Gamepad Controller, which is fully programmable, with dual analog sticks, vibration feedback, and plenty of triggers and buttons to mash." Link to Original Source
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