Razer's CEO has told Neowin that sales of the Razer Edge and Edge Pro tablets have been "way better than we expected" but there are no plans to update the hardware inside the Windows 8 tablets.
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Razer CEO Min-Liang Tan says the company will honor online orders for its products that were made via a fake 90 percent coupon, even though he admits it will "cost us an insane amount of losses."
As promised, Razer has started to ship the first batch of its Windows 8-based Razer Edge and Edge Pro tablets to the customers who pre-ordered the products earlier in the month.
Razer will begin taking pre-orders for its Windows 8-based Razer Edge tablet starting on Friday, March, with shipments of the tablet starting later that same month.
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.