Saturday, March 30, 2013

Razer Edge Pro Windows 8 10.1-Inch Gaming Tablet

The manufacturer is brave enough to change our perception towards a typical slate, right? Razer is maybe the  first company who attempted to bring a gaming tablet in the market as pre-order started to get live recently according to report. However, Edge is powered by Microsoft's Windows 8 operating system, a new of its kind with a possible potential to attract anyone in the gaming industry due to its appealing computing environment.

Few days ago, Razer decided to stop taking orders from consumers because of the increasing demand. Despite of its high price, the 10.1-inch Edge is capable of bumping itself to other tablet computers in the market. Compare to regular gaming machine with Windows OS, Edge has a lesser speed but it is packed with 64GB SSD storage and 4GB of RAM. An entry-level for running video games that requires small amount of graphics requirement.

Furthermore, Razer Edge is powered by Intel Core i5 (Ivy Bridge) processor with NVidia GeForce GT640M GPU. It is also designed to support a high-definition (HD) 1366 x 768-pixels display. For a much faster CPU (Intel Core i7) and high-storage capacity (128GB SSD), you can get a more powerful model for about $1,299.00. A cheaper model starts from $999.00 as the base price.

Razer Edge Pro Windows 8 10.1-Inch Gaming Tablet

Available accessories includes a docking station, original keyboard, and detachable joystick control. It has a shortcoming in terms of battery capacity compared to iPad and some Android-powered tablet for it can only stay for about 2 or 3-hours in a single charge. Reviews of Razer Edge (in CNet and The Verge) tablet shows a good performance because probably of underlying Intel technology.



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