Razer’s gaming tablet first surfaced at last year’s CES as Project Fiona. While the tablet was packed to handle the graphics intensive gaming, the only gripe we had was that it had a non-removable controller. Good thing is, they’ve listened and have made it optional with the Razer Edge (Project Fiona’s marketing name).
The tablet is powered by Intel Core i7 processor, runs Windows 8 and features Nvidia GT 640M GPU.
The Edge can be used as a normal Windows 8 tablet and can be spruced up with accessories like keyboard or a dock that allows hooking the device to a larger screen.