Razer's been pretty busy. The company most well known for PC gaming peripherals dropped an intriguing little surprise at the Consumers Electronics Show (CES) yesterday in the form of Project Fiona, a gaming tablet, PC sort of...thing.
Coming out of left field, Project Fiona is Razer's attempt at stepping into the tablet market, but gunning for the casual consumer they are not. This thing supposedly packs an i7 Ivy Bridge CPU with a 1280 by 800 pixel, 10.1" multitouch display and Windows 8. It's still a concept so those specs aren't yet set in stone.
Other little details include force feedback support, built-in 802.11b/g/n WiFi and Bluetooth 3.0. The design itself looks like Razer's take on a gamepad with a lovely screen slapped in the middle (Initial concepts for the Wii U come to mind). Best of all, you can plug in your keyboard and mouse and get the same PC gaming experience if you aren't fan of gamepads or touch control.
Razer's aiming for a price tag of less than $1000. It's all really still up in the air, but expect to hear more about this beast in the future. Meanwhile, check it out in the videos below.