A First Look at the Project Fiona Tablet concept Video
A First Look at the Project Fiona Tablet concept Video Transcript
Hi. I'm Bridget Carey, here at the CNET booth having a first look at something that CES that is pretty interesting. A lot of times we may go to CES, we see products that are brand new, so now we see concepts and here is a pretty neat concept. It's by the company Razer. It's called Project Fiona. It's a PC gaming tablet concept. So here, forget the Android with you apps and the i device apps. These are PC games up running on here. And as you could see it's a tablet that has 2 game control handles on it and the innards of this guy is pretty powerful. It's an Intel Core i7 processor, the most powerful processor ever put in a tablet and it takes also up a step with the audio. There is is Dolby home theater audio in this thing and it's the first tablet to be THX certified, so they're not fooling around here. This tablet runs on a Windows interface and you can be able to play most PC games for Windows on this tablet. This is also the tablet that will give you a lot of feedbacks, so if you're shooting a machine gun, it's gonna give you a feedback with the way it feels and the sound is pretty... this is really for serious gamers. You know there are always (land parties?) and people will take their PC to a friend's house, how easy is this to be portable with your PC gaming. That's the idea that Razer is trying to sell. And they're trying see and engaged people's interests in a device like this. Razer is a company that typically makes gaming devices like mice and keyboard and other peripherals, but here they have a concept that they're hoping to takes off. It's priced to be around $1,000, so stay tune from the company and see where this heads. From CNET's booth at CES 2012, I'm Bridget Carey with your first look at Razer's Project Fiona, a PC gaming tablet concept.
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