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article imageVideo: Razer Edge CES 2013 demonstration

By Can Tran     Jan 10, 2013 in Technology
Las Vegas - The company called Razer has unveiled its gamer-themed tablet called the Razer Edge which can function like a regular tablet, a laptop, and a portable console.
CES (Consumer Electronics Show) 2013 has revealed so many interesting electronic devices that should be out on the market something this year or next year. With tablet computers growing in popularity due to the ease of transport and so forth, tablet devices are bound to be unveiled at CES 2013. The new Razer Edge tablet is one of those very tablets. There is the regular Razer Edge and the more expensive Razer Edge Pro. Gamespot, in a recently uploaded video onto YouTube, got to test drive this Razer Edge which was codenamed “Project Fiona.” So far, this tablet is a gamer's dream come true. The Razer Edge tablet is designed specifically for gaming. This tablet uses the Windows 8 Operating System. It also uses technology from both Intel and Nvidia.
You can play various games like “Far Cry 3,” “Dishonored,” “Fallout 3,” “Fallout: New Vegas,” “Civilization 5,” and so forth. Without the different devices attached, the Razer Edge acts like a tablet. It is explained that this is the fastest gaming tablet. With a keyboard and mouse accessory, it plays like an actual laptop or netbook PC. Then, there are other devices that can be attached that makes the Razer Edge act like a portable console.
If that's not enough, you can hook up game controllers to the tablet via the USB port. If you want, you can even hook it up to a docking station that is connected to the TV. It is also revealed that you can use the Steam Network and play its library of titles with the tablet. It is a tablet that has the full functions of an actual PC.
The regular Razer Edge will have the i5 processor while the Razer Edge Pro will have the i7 processor.
For regular use, you can get about six to eight hours of battery. This tablet should be out on the market sometime in the first quarter of 2013. While the tablet itself is almost $1000, the extra peripherals will cost extra. If you want the Razer Edge Pro, it'll cost you almost $1,700.
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