One of the most anticipated gaming devices this 2013 is the Project Fiona, now known as the Razer Edge. It’s a hybrid gaming tablet that has wicked looks and superb power. Its controls are like Playstation Move’s navigation controls, but it’s not inspired by Playstation or Sony, it’s just purely coincidental.
It was introduced last year as Project Fiona in CES 2012, but now at CES 2013 the beast is finally revealed as Razer Edge. There are two kinds of this gaming device, The Razer Edge and the Razer Edge Pro. It’s powered by Windows 8, it has a screen resolution of 1366 x 768, and it’s processor is Intel i7 and i5.
The Razer Edge is is priced at $999.00 USD. It’s powered with Interl Core i5, Nvidia GT 640M GPU, 4GB of RAM and a 64GB SSD. The Razer Edge Pro version starts at $1299 and is powered with Intel Core i7, Nvidia GT 640M GPU, 8GB RAM and 128GB SSD. You can also upgrade both to 256GB if you want to.
If you want to transform your Razer Edge into a laptop, this is what it looks like:
To know more about the Razer Edge gaming device (full specs and pictures), check out their website at razerzone.com. You can also buy it directly from their website.