Saturday, 14 Jan, 2012 Technology

At CES 2012 Razer Presents Tablet PC that Plays Modern PC Video Games


Tablet PCs may be a popular trend today but they are not made for hardcore gaming. With this in mind, the famous developer of gaming hardware, Razer, decided to come up with a new type of tablet that allows users to play modern PC games.

The device was presented at CES 2012, wearing the name "Project Fiona". It has a 10.1-inch screen with dual controllers connected to each side of the tablet. The controllers make it possible for users to play video games that are usually played on a PC.

It would also be interesting to note that the device boasts force feedback in its two "handles". In addition, you will also find a 3-axis gyro, magnetometer, and accelerometer.

The tablet is powerful enough to run modern video games thanks to the Intel Core i7 processor. Besides, it includes the only tablet sound system that has been certified by audio specialists THX.

Almost all video games run naively on the Razer's tablet, which means that the player won't have to optimize anything. According to the company, it plans to launch the tablet in Q4 2012.

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