So, that Razer tablet prototype that some of you were doubting? Check it out running The Elder Scrolls v: Skyrim on "Ultra High" quality settings at 1280 x 800 resolution. Nice, right? Razer tells us that it's totally playable, though a little frame-y. Apparently it runs perfect at High settings. As you can see here, this sub-$1,000 tablet does a great job at dealing with this demanding game, even on its highest setting.
A reader yesterday said "Make it run Steam and we might talk business."
The footage you see here was booted from Steam.
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