Razer has announced that the Razer Edge, its Windows 8 gaming PC tablet previously known as Project Fiona, will go on sale in the first quarter of 2013 starting at $999.
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Razer's CE0 has posted up the general and early hardware specs for their upcoming Windows 8-based gaming tablet, and is giving folks a chance to win one of the first "Project Fiona" tablets.
Razer has now confirmed it will indeed start production of "Project Fiona", its proposed gaming PC tablet. It has also confirmed it will run on Windows 8 when it is released.
Razer says it will start developing its previously announced "Project Fiona" Windows-based gaming tablet if it gets 10,000 "likes" on the device's Facebook page.
Razer has announced on its Facebook page that it will be joining other web sites in going dark on Wednesday, January 18 to protest the Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA).
Razer has revealed a new concept design for a Windows-based tablet created specifically for PC gaming at CES 2012 today. The concept could turn into a real product later this year.
Razer has launched a new teaser video for "Project Fiona" . The video claims Razer will introduce a new form factor for playing PC games on January 10 during next week's CES 2012 trade event.