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Razer Edge Windows 8 Gaming Tablet Hands-On First Look Preview

Last year at CES, Razer showed us their amazing high-powered Windows gaming tablet code named Project Fiona with a TBA shipping date of sometime in 2012. Well it's 2013 and Razer has finally launched their long awaited, much hyped super gaming tablet and it is every bit as amazing as we expected. Packing up to an Intel Core i7 processor, NVIDIA GTX 640 dedicated graphics card all in a package just over 2 pounds, the new Razer Edge gaming tablet has the specs gamers want at a size that makes gaming truly portable. The Edge also has optional game controller and keyboard docking accessories. We caught up with Razer's Brian Jang to give us the low down and show off the Edge in this exclusive video interview from the floor of CES 2013. (CES 2013, Intel, NVIDIA, PC, Razer, Windows 8)

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