Published on January 10th, 2012 | by Cameron Woolsey
CES: Razer Reveals Project Fiona, Gaming Tablet
Razer has officially revealed its closely guarded secret during CES 2012. Project Fiona, as it’s called, is a tablet computer that looks like someone nailed two PlayStation Move controllers to. The Windows-8 based gaming tabletis powered by Intel Core i7 processors and boasts a 10-inch touchscreen display, Wi-Fi, front- and rear-facing cameras, and force feedback. The tablet can run PC games such as FireFall (as demonstrated) and Assassin’s Creed: Revelations.
Razer hasn’t revealed the graphical processing specs yet, as the project is still in concept. The company plans to ship a product based on the device before fall of 2012. Hopefully that will give us some time to figure out how to us the thing in public without looking silly.
The finalized version of Project Fiona, Razer said, will retail for less that $1,000.