At CES 2013, Razer announced the Edge, following a similar theme from last year’s Project Fiona. But this ‘aint no regular gaming tablet. It comes with an Intel Core i5 or i7 processor and Nvidia GeForce GT640M LE graphics card and runs on Windows 8. Think that’s cool enough? There’s also the a handheld dual-controller case (shown above) making it fully portable. As extras you can buy a dock with external HDMI to plug it into a tv and USB connectors to plug in additional controllers, for two-player gaming. While it has a measly stand-along 2 hour battery life, if you get the extra keyboard accessory, it sports a removable battery that doubles the life of the Edge. Prices with the extras range from $999-1,499.
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