A year ago at the Consumer Electronics Show, Razer announced an unusual-looking tablet called Project Fiona. Described by the company as being a tablet, PC, and console, the device is now called the Razer Edge and will be releasing this quarter in two models starting at $999.
The Edge has an Intel Core i5 processor, Nvidia GT640M LE GPU, 4 GB of DDR3 RAM, and a 64 GB SSD, while the Edge Pro ($1,299) includes a Core i7 processor, NVIDIA GT640M LE GPU, 8 GB of DDR3 RAM, and a 128 GB or 256 GB SSD.
Curiously, the accessories -- a keyboard dock, a specially designed gamepad controller that attaches to either side of the Edge, and a dock with standard controllers -- are all sold separately. Although the sheer functionality of this Windows 8 machine is impressive, consider it yet another Razer product that, while cool, is prohibitively expensive for many of us.
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