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Submitted by newsguy 834d ago | video

Razer Edge Unboxing (Video)

Maximum PC: We had the opportunity to get our hands on the Razer Edge, which Razer is advertising as the most powerful gaming tablet in the world. Our particular unit costs $1,450 and is armed with an x86 i7 CPU and a discrete GeForce GTX 630M video card. No discrete graphics and ARM processor here, folks: This is a full PC. Watch as we unbox the device and it's various peripherals (console dock, controller extension, and more). (Gadgets, Gaming, PC hardware, Razer, Razer Edge)

andresegers  +   834d ago
Sweet
justinbkerr  +   834d ago
Wow. I thought for sure this would never get made.
mpctips  +   834d ago
Will be interesting to how this sells.
chukamachine  +   833d ago
Portable, rofl. Not.

Look how thick and bulky it is.

Can't see this selling well.

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