Interesting. Very. But would I buy it? No.
It looks like an ipad wit wii remotes slapped on to it :). Are those remotes removable? I would make it removable just so there is more of a use then only gaming.
Whats gonna be pushing the graphics, a powerful processor is great but it can't do everything on its own
Impressive proof of concept, but I'm skeptical that portable hardcore HD gaming will be ready for primetime anytime soon.
If this ever came to market, they would have to increase the screen resolution. With a slew of Android tablets already announced with high resolution displays (and possibly the iPad 3) then it looks pretty silly having a tablet with high end specs like this but with a poorer screen than the high-end 2012 tablets. My next tablet will be 1080p and the target market for this machine would be people like us who care about specs.
Maybe the graphics card won't be able to push out gaming at such a high res, but that is another issue.
I want one. I would spent 500-600 but not 1000
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It looks cool but the I'm not wild about the whole controllers attached to the tablet feature, mainly because it can be duplicated and put onto any tablet. Sure, it does contain power and run Windows but then again, what can it offer that other tablets cannot?
Razer is disappointing when it comes to introducing gaming systems, they should just stick to peripherals.
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Um, does Shrek approve of the name? Lol
It kind of looks like a big PSP
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