Jan 9, 2013

Razor’s Project Fiona appears in its final version at CES 2013 With New Name “Edge” [CES 2013]

In early 2012, the Razer stirred the pride of the gamer community by displaying the Project Fiona, a...


Razor’s-Project-Fiona-appears-in-its-final-version-at-CES-2013-With-New-Name-“Edge”-[CES-2013]ThumbIn early 2012, the Razer stirred the pride of the gamer community by displaying the Project Fiona, a tablet dedicated for the gamers only. Now, a year later, the brand back showing the equipment in its final form and under a new name in CES 2013. Meet the Edge, equipment, which, according to the manufacturer, is the world's most powerful tablet. Available in two models, with variable price and configurations, the device has a 10.1-inch screen and runs Windows 8. The two versions are called one as Standard Version with modest configuration and the Pro Version with more powerful hardware. Check specifications for both of them after the break.

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Standard Version

  • Intel Core i5.
  • 4 GB of RAM.
  • 64 GB or 128 GB of storage options.
  • NVIDIA GeForce GT 640M Video Card.
  • Price is $999.

Pro Version

  • Intel Core i7.
  • 8 GB of RAM.
  • 128 GB or 256 GB of storage Options.
  • NVIDIA GeForce GT 640M Video Card.
  • Price is between $1,299 and $1,499.

Razer promises that the Edge is able to run almost any game in the market available now, with showing in tests and running at 59 frames per second at its default setting. And to play, the device has a keyboard, support for giving the standing tablet and joysticks that closely resemble the PlayStation Move Controllers Navigations. The Pro version is the one to follow the controls, with the rest being sold separately.

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The tablet also has a number of output ports, which allow connection to TVs with HDMI cable. In this case, the Edge works basically like a console. Compatibility with controls and accessories manufactured by Razer also part of the package. The base model will cost $999, while the Pro version will come out between $1,299 and $1,499. The release date has not been announced, but the expectation is Razer's Edge will put on the market later in 2013.

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