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Razer Fiona: A Tablet Built For Gamers, By Gamers



PC Gamers, listen up!  Razor has announced the Fiona, a tablet built just for you with input received by fellow gamers.  The Fiona is a hybrid tablet made for PC gaming, running on the power of Windows 8.

The Fiona features a 10.1 inch 1280 x 800 display with a full screen user interface that supports multi-touch.  An Intel Core i7 processor, 3-axis gyro, accelerometer, magnetometer, detachable controllers, WiFi, Bluetooth, Dolby 7.1 and the list goes on and on.  The system weighs in at twice that of the ipad and is also about twice as thick.

This beast will run you $1299 – $1499, a hefty price, but when you take into account the abilities of this system and the portability, it starts to sound more and more reasonable.

While there is no announced release date as of yet, it has been given FCC approval, so the release date is hopefully right around the corner.

Gamers weigh in, is this high end gaming system a must have?

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One comment

  1. Their biggest mistake is going to gamers for feedback. Now they will produce a gaming platform that hardcore gamers will adopt, but the mass market will avoid it in droves because most people will not be willing to pay that much money for a specialized device for which they will have limited use. Enjoy it, gamers because it will be highly unlikely that you will see a Razer Fiona 2.0

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