Tablet will start at $1000
Razer has been teasing gamers around the world with promises of a gaming tablet running impressive hardware for while. The first time we heard of razors gaming tablet project was at CES 2012 when it was called Project Fiona. At CES 2013 this month, Project Fiona has become the Razer Edge.
The Edge will come in two versions with one being the basic tablet system and the other being the Edge Pro. The difference between the two is the hardware under the hood. Both versions of the tablet have 10.1-inch IPS screen with a resolution of 1366 x 768 supporting 10 points of touch. The tablet running Windows 8 and the Pro version can have up to 256 GB of storage.
The tablet has 8 GB of memory, Nvidia GT 640M LE graphics, and an Intel Core i7 dual core processor. The main difference between the Pro and basic version is that the processor in the basic version is a Core i5 and it has less RAM and a less storage. Pricing for the tablet starts at $999 for basic version.