Feb 272013
 


According to the technology website The Verge reports, Razer previously released the 10.1-inch gaming tablet Razer Edge equipped with the Windows operating system at CES, and the product will start pre-sale on March 1, and it’s priced from $999.

Razer announced today that the Razer Edge Game Tablet will accept reservations at Pacific Standard March 1 12:00. The product is divided into the Standard Edition and Pro Edition two versions, the Standard Edition model is equipped with Intel Core i5 processor and NVIDIA GT640M LE graphics card, the screen resolution is 1366 × 768, it’s with 4GB memory and 64GB SSD, and it’s priced at $999.99.

The Pro Edition model will be with Intel Core i7 processor and 128GB/256GB solid state hard drive, the graphics card and the screen are the same with the Standard Edition model, and it’s priced at $1,299.99 and $1,449.99.

According to the plan, Razer Edge will be officially shipped in March, and it’s pre-installed Windows 8 operating system. The independent handle and charging stand accessories will be listed in the same period, but the price is uncertain, and the Keyboard Dock previously mentioned will be listed in the third quarter of this year.

  One Response to “Razer gaming tablet to be sold on March 1 from $999”

  1. The hand grips are not very ergonomic ijs

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