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IGN-Hands-on with the Razer Edge

IGN:Today at CES, we got an opportunity to take a first look at Razer's new Windows 8 gaming tablet, the Edge, which they're calling the "most powerful tablet in the world." With Intel Core i5 and i7 processors, Nvidia's GT 640M LE, and up to 8GB of RAM, it isn't an overstatement. The company is demoing games like Dishonored, Dirt: Showdown, Civilization V, and Rift running at medium-to-high settings in each of the tablet's four core modes — tablet, PC, console, and handheld. The variation really stems from how the tablet is paired with an array of optional accessories the company has produced, such as a docking station, side-mounted controllers, and a transforming keyboard.

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FlyingFoxy1298d ago

Looks really good, really about the price of a Gaming PC or just under. So it's not cheap by any means.. however, the resolution is good so that it won't strain the hardware too much and this should mean smooth framerates.

I have to wonder if it's possible to upgrade any of it though, i mean sure it'll probably run new games for a couple of years or so but what then?.

sdozzo1298d ago

Yeah, seems like a nice toy for people with some disposable income.

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AdmiralSnake1297d ago

Yeah..... I rather just build a Gaming PC like I plan to do by this spring. Waste of money.

cyclindk1297d ago

Prise-wise I don't reaaally get who these devices (Shield as well) are geared towards...