The device formerly known as Project Fiona is the gaming tablet we thought we knew until Razer decided to turn it into an all-in-one PC. Much like the ASUS AiO unveiled at CES this year, the Windows 8-running Edge is part laptop PC and part tablet with a 10-inch 1366×768 resolution display and comes with two processor options (Intel Core i5 or i7) with both benefiting from a Nvidia GT 640M GPU to deal with the graphics side of things. There’s a keyboard attachment and HDMI output, but the main party piece is the gamepad case which the tablet slides into giving you two Wiimote-like controllers either side. It sounds impressive but it looks like PC gaming enthusiasts will have to pay out big to own one.
UK Price: TBA (US Price: $1,000 or $1,500 for Pro model) | Out: Early 2013 | Razer