Novede.com writes on the potential of Razers new gaming tablet:
Firstly, you have set hardware.
This is a plus for a few reasons. Given Razers prominence in the gaming world you could expect to have excellent driver support, and an easy way to update.
Games will be able to build a profile for Project Fiona to make them run faster, much like they would for a console. Even if they can't do that, the specifications would indicate it will handle current games reasonably well.
Then you have the control system.
By which I mean the controllers and the options to use a keyboard and mouse. Each system has unique benefits. The keyboard and mouse gives you an intense precision focused lean forward gaming experience.
While the controllers would give you a more relaxed lean back style, probably on a couch.
You get the benefits of both consoles and PCs in one unit.