Razer Shaves Off Competition with Four Big Awards from CES

January 18, 2012

The gaming hardware giant brought one of their newest gaming creations to the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) and came back with an armload of awards.

Razer announced that their "Project Fiona" gaming tablet that made its premiere at this year's CES picked four of the most prestigious awards from the annual tech and gadgetry show including CNET's "Best of CES" People's Voice award and a "Best of Innovations" honoree in the show's gaming, hardware and accessories column.

The PC gaming tablet was designed specifically for hardcore gamers on the go that carries an Intel Core 17 processor to power the mostadvanced games with the most powerful graphics on any gamer's shelf. The tablet is a follow-up to their popular Razer Blade gaming laptop, which is also noted for its powerful performance capabilities and gamer designed interface.

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"Project Fiona" - The Next Level Of Tablet Gaming By Razer
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Source: SPIKE