Originally posted on VentureBeat:
Last year, Razer brought a prototype to the Consumer Electronics Show. Dubbed Project Fiona, it was a tablet for gamers. Now the hardware manufacturer has come back to CES with a finished product: the Razer Edge.
The Windows 8 tablet can play full PC games on a 10-inch screen. It is a newfangled beast, and it is something Microsoft probably didn’t dream about when it pondered the design Windows 8 systems.
The Razer Edge model has a Core i5 processor, a Nvidia GT 640M GPU, 4GB RAM, and a 64GB SSD. And the high-end Razer Edge Pro has a Core i7, the same GT 640M GPU, 8GB of RAM, and either a 128GB or 256GB SSD. The Edge will sell for $1,000, wile the Edge Pro will go for as much as $1,500. Both will be shipping in the first quarter.
The display has a resolution of 1,366-by-768, similar to a lot…
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