Razer Project Fiona Gaming Tablet Appears in New FCC Filing

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  • 25 Oct 2012
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  • There are few gaming tablets out there, but the segment is definitely evolving. One of the first models that gained some attention early this year was the Razer Project Fiona, a gaming device with big diagonal, that has just reached the FCC for testing purposes. The document say that this Windows-based slate gives up the side mounted controllers for detachable ones.

    Back at CES 2012 we were shown permanent side mounted controllers, that frankly made the device quite big. Now we’re shown that the slate can detach its control system, maybe even replacing it with other cooler joysticks. The slate is supposed to feature a 5600 mAh battery, which is about half the capacity of the battery on the current generation iPad, while the controller extra accessory works with a 2800 mAh battery. Back at CES Razer promised an Intel Core i7 Ivy Bridge to power the gizmo, plus a mystery graphics chip.

    On the official Razer site, the same CPU is mentioned, together with a 10.1 inch 1280 x 800 display, although frankly I wanted 1080p from this device, for even better gaming. 3 axis gyro, magnetometer and accelerometer are also on board, together with WiFi, Bluetooth 3.0 and Dolby 7.1 surround sound. The OS of choice is Windows 8 with a hybrid UI for gaming, whatever that means. Will we see this product in stores before Christmas? Hopefully…

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    SOURCE: Engadget
    VIA: The Verge
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