Razer Introduces Project Fiona, The First PC Gaming Tablet


Posted January 10, 2012 - By Leah Jackson

At CES 2012, gaming peripheral company Razer unveiled their PC gaming tablet prototype, currently titled Project Fiona. Project Fiona isn't a full on console, nor is it a device that's just for simple mobile games. Fiona is a tablet that comes with an Intel Core i7 processor, a highly sensitive multi-touch screen, ultra-precise accelerometers, and it's capable of running "current-generation PC games". Currently the device doesn't have a price tag but Razer said it will cost under $1,000 when it launches in Q4 2012.

Razer's Project Fiona CES 2012 Trailer »

Be sure to read our hands-on impressions of Project Fiona from CES 2012 if you want more info on the device.Would you be interested in shelling out some cash for this PC gaming tablet?

Razer Introduces Project Fiona, The First PC Gaming Tablet


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