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Saturday, February 18, 2012

Razer Fiona Project is the first real tablet for players

               Just before the CES 2012 trade show company Razer has announced that it intends to present "something interesting", which could change the face of the world of gaming devices. The manufacturer, however, surprised all by presenting Razer Fiona Project - the first tablet to full-bodied players.

                   A similar device has not yet got one. Razer Fiona Project stands out for two controllers placed on the sides of the new tablet - are strikingly similar to the navigation controller Sony PlayStation Move.


                 Unfortunately, the prime market Razer Fiona Project is expected only in the fourth quarter of 2012. This is due to the fact that the new tablet is supposed to work on Windows 8 - and this, as we know it will make its debut until the second half of the year.

                Razer Fiona Project is a powerful tablet for the players, hence his heart will be Intel's Core i7 processor, the third generation (Ivy Bridge). The screen surface is to have the 10.1-inch diagonal. The new Tablet promises to be extremely interesting, and more importantly - is not to be horrendously expensive. The manufacturer initially announced that the price will be Fiona Project is less than $ 1,000.

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