The Razer Edge gaming tablet was launched at CES this year and is now one step closer to being an actual product you can have in your home now that Razer has announced they’ll be accepting pre-orders starting March 1 for Windows 8 gaming tablet, with shipments expected to go out “later that month.”
Two variations of Razer Edge will be available to consumers: the vanilla Edge will feature an Intel Core i5 CPU and 64GB SSD for $999, while the Razer Edge Pro will come with a Core i7 CPU and a 128GB ($1,299) or 256GB SSD ($1,499).
The Razer Edge has certainly come a long way from its days when it was codenamed Project Fiona to become a Windows 8 tablet specifically geared for gamers through its game pad accessory which places two control sticks at the opposite sides of the tablet.
Additional accessories will also be available that allows the Razer Edge to have a keyboard attached as well as an docking station accessory that allows you to hook up the device to your home theater through its HDMI-out port. Each accessory for the Razer Edge will also be available for pre-order in the near future.
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