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Submitted by Letros 924d ago | news

Razer's Project Fiona Gaming Tablet Confirmed for Production

AnandTech writes: "Razer garnered a lot of press at CES this year with their Fiona gaming tablet, a 10.1" Windows-based tablet packing a Core i7 processor and two joystick handles featuring dual analog sticks and a typical controller-style button layout. The device carried a pretty impressive speclist and walked out of Las Vegas with awards like "Best of CES" People's Voice and Cnet's Best-in-Show." (PC, Tech)

jetpacksheep  +   924d ago
Its a good idea but this and the Wikipad look pretty ugly.
ChronoJoe  +   924d ago
Yeah I like the idea but the problem is you can't really use that for PC games, not competatively to any degree. This would be a much better fit with an XBOX 360 or PS3 since all the games are designed for that sort of control layout.
wastedcells  +   924d ago
Good points, but pc gaming is full of ports these days as well as a ton of indie games. It will be a cool toy. Like the vita to the ps3.
specialguest  +   924d ago
I hate the fact that the left side of the controller is missing a D-pad. I know the image shown is just a prototype though.

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