Razer has launched its Edge gaming tablet, formerly known as Project Fiona.
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Project Fiona, Razer’s gaming tablet, has gotten enough “likes” on Facebook for the firm to start “making the concept a reality.”
Destructoid got a look at Project Fiona, Razer’s PC tablet, running Skyrim on ultra high settings with 1280×800 resolution at CES. The site noted that the game had a few little framerate issues, but said it ran perfect when switched to high. Check out a video of it in action, posted below.
Razer’s newest concept is a gaming tablet equipped with two analog stick paddles and the ability to run PC games natively.
Razer’s may be reunveiling Switchblade – known as Project Fiona – at CES next week, teasing the reveal for next Tuesday in a short, small video its posted on promo site PCGamingIsNotDead. The video, below the break, shows quick glimpses of games that likely support the device, including Assassin’s Creed: Revelations, HAWX 2 and FireFall. […]
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