PC gaming will never go away whether some like it or not, and Razor’s making that abundantly clear with its latest reveal: a gaming tablet that comes ready with two analog stick controllers and the ability to run PC games natively.
The new machine is called Project Fiona, sporting two set of controllers which boldly gives the tablet “wings” – that’s what they look like. Under the hood you’ll find an Intel Core i7, accelerometers, a multi-touch screen and force feedback or what’s ubiquitously known as rumble.
According to Razor, Project Fiona is capable of running current PC games, and will be shipped before the end of this year at a price beneath $1000. The firm will start deploying developer kits soon.