First Take on the New Razer Edge Gaming Tablet

Jasmina Lozevska March 24, 2013 1

If you are a gamer and you want some different experience besides playing games on your gaming PC or laptop, Razer Edge gaming tablet is what you need. All you need is Windows 8 tablet, add to it Nvidia graphic card and snap on controller and if you want add TV friendly dock and you have the perfect console which will easily become a gaming handheld.

This is a new idea and no one has done it before, so Razer Edge is alone on the top. It’s little bit pricey though, but it’s worth it. The top configuration that you can get it will cost you $1449 and it comes with 3.0 GHz core i7 CPU equipped with 8GB of RAM and the amazing 2GB Nvidia GeForce 640M graphic card. This gaming device has 256GB storage and the full package includes snap-on Gamepad which will transform the tablet into a gaming handheld. It’s love on first sight for gamers.


The cheapest model you can get will cost you $999. It includes 2.6 GHz core i5 CPU and 4GB of RAM. It’s equipped with solid 1GB Nvidia GeForce 640M graphic card and 64GB of storage. But the negative thing about this package is that it doesn’t include a Gamepad controller, the greatest thing of this gaming tablet.

The thing is this Gamepad controller makes the tablet look like a gaming console. It has a full set featured Xbox style buttons with vibration feedback. It’s perfectly designed to hold it on your lap. The best thing is that the rear panel has an optional battery for longer playing time, so you don’t need to recharge it very often.

It’s heavier than the other ordinary tablet, but it is really comfortable to hold. It lacks expandable storage cards for upgrading the build-in storage, but it’s no big deal. This device has a front 2-megapixel camera without a rear camera. It’s equipped with 10.1-inch display with 1 920 x 768 pixel density.


There is something to this device that makes it a must-have product. If you spend some time playing with it, you will feel like some force is holding your hands attached to the Gamepad controller. This concept will drive out your old gaming experience on your laptop. With the running Windows 8 OS, the touch screen experience gives more flavor to the gaming. Maybe you need to pay a little bit more cash for it,  but after a while you will forget all the expenses made fort purchasing this unbelievable product.

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