Project Fiona Gaming Tablet PC Will Become real! Facebook Confirmation Here! (Video)

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  • 05 Oct 2012
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  • Remember the Razer Project Fiona gaming tablet PC with hot specs? Well, it’s becoming a reality apparently, since according a post on Facebook from Razer if they post got over 10k likes/share in 7 days they would make the project real. Seeing how they’re already at 11k, they will most likely launch the device soon.

    Project Fiona was advertised as the world’s first tablet designed for PC gamers and it was showcased back at CES 2012, so it’s been more than half a year since then. Razer is waiting for suggestions on the design, specs, form factor, pricing, features and more, all of that on Facebook. On the official site the tablet is listed as a hybrid user interface for PC gaming, with an Intel Core i7 CPU, a 10.1 inch 1280 x 800 pixel display and a full screen user interface with multitouch.

    There’s also a 3 axis gyro on board, a magnetometer, an accelerometer and even force feedback. Dolby 7.1 surround sound and WiFi b/g/n, as well as Bluetooth 3.0 are included among the specs. Back at CES Razer promised that this device would run Windows 8 and sport a sub $1000 price tag. It will most likely integrate controllers with analog sticks, just like it’s shown in the picture. Who’s excited now? Maybe we’ll see the tablet also arriving in a cheaper Android version…

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