Razer shows off Project Fiona Core i7 gaming tablet

Nope, you’re not seeing things. Razer has taken mobile gaming to a whole new level

Razer’s Project Fiona is a gaming tablet with a Core i7 processor and will run Windows 8 come its release later this year. Did we mention the i7 part?

Featuring two analogue game controllers (with buttons and triggers) on either side, this insane portable gaming solution is either complete overkill or utterly awesome.

We’re not sure which side of the fence to land on at the moment, but we can't wait to get our hands on it – when it eventually hits store shelves the Project Fiona slate will be a full-fledged Windows 8 PC, so you'll be able to run games from your Steam library quite happily on it.

We don’t have any other specs apart from the inclusion of THX audio, but given the 1TB USB stick we reported on earlier today, we wouldn’t be surprised if Razer’s slab of tablet gaming goodness was secretly powered by a quantum computer.

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