One of the attractions at the International Consumer Electronics Show or CES has been the Project  Fiona or more formally Razer Edge concept tablet.  Using a 10.1 inch, 1280×800 display, this gaming tablet runs on an Intel Core i7 processor to provide an immersive gaming experience. Razer says a multitude of top...

Recently we reported that Razer had taken to Facebook and was asking for at least 10,000 Facebook likes to prove that there is truly interest in the idea of continuing on the Windows gaming tablet, known as Project Fiona. After securing all these likes, Razer started asking potential buyers what kind of specs...

Yesterday I wrote about the merits of upgrading to Windows 8 for gaming. The conclusion drawn is that there probably won’t be much enhancement to the gaming experience, but it won’t be any worse either– other than a few small bugs at first. What about a gaming tablet though? I have a feeling that many companies might...

  Not too long ago, I spoke about how awesome it would be to see an Xbox-branded gamer tabletthat featured all the power of Windows 8 and pushed Xbox-Live integration, alongside high-profile gaming capabilities. I made it clear that while I would absolutely love to see such a device, I wouldn’t expect to see it anytime...