The Razer Edge first kicked off as the ‘Project Fiona’ and later emerged to its present form. Razer, which is known for its gaming products, came out with two variants of the gaming tablets in 2012. The variants of the gaming tablet were named as the Razer Edge and the Razer Edge Pro. While the Razer Edge costs $1000, the Razer Edge Pro is priced around $1,500. Listed below are the key things you need to know about the Razer Edge Pro gaming tablet.
Alternative for PC
The Razer Edge Pro gaming tablet has provisions to perform with software like Photoshop and Quicken. The picture quality of the high definition movies that are played on the gaming tablet is simply impressive. The performance of the Razer Edge Pro gaming tablet is praiseworthy when it comes to photo editing. In addition to playing games, it also works as a Windows 8.0 tablet.
The Razer Edge Pro boasts 1.9GHz quad-core Intel Core i7 processor, 8GB of RAM, NVIDIA GT 640M LE (2GB) and HD 4000 graphics chip. The device has a high capacity internet storage facility. The Razer Edge Pro gaming tablet was developed with high performance in mind.
The Razer Edge Pro gaming tablet weighs 2.5 pounds and has a thickness of 20mm. On the other hand, the Surface Pro weighs about two pounds and has a thickness around 13mm. Although the Edge Pro is heavier due to its hardware part that the latter, it’s still quite slim and stylish.
The Edge Pro can operate in four modes. The different modes are
- The tablet mode
- The keyboard mode
- The home console mode
- The mobile console mode
Reflecting acoustic chambers
The dock for the keyboard will transform the Edge Pro tablet into a trendy laptop, which will help you use the word processor easily. The chambers with the reflecting acoustic abilities provide enhanced sound quality.
The Razer Edge Pro is not compatible with all the games. The entire setup of the tablet is widely suitable for high intensity gaming. The launcher of the Razer lets you browse through the games and helps to choose the best suitable games.
Before launching the Razer Edge Pro gaming tablet, the company received potential feedbacks from nearly ten thousand gamers. The gamers were also asked to cast their vote for the features they would prefer.
The product was welcomed with an overwhelming response from the people that Razer was forced to stop getting pre-orders. As the pre-orders have exceeded the manufacturing ability of the company, it has stopped taking orders.
The standard Razer Edge Pro gaming tablet, featuring 128GB of SSD, costs about $1,300 whereas the basic model will cost you $1000.