CES 2013: Razer Introduces First Tablet Designed For Online Gamers

Razer introduced the first tablet designed for online gamers at the 2013 International CES in Vegas this week.

According to the RazerZone.com, the Razer Edge Pro is more than just a tablet, it’s a full-fledged mobile gaming PC.

The Razer Edge Pro is ready to play all of your favorite games and applications. Gamers will have access to the largest library of games in the world via Windows 8. so you’re not waiting on the most popular games and software.

The Razer™ Edge Pro is powered by Intel® Core™ processors and NVIDIA® GeForce™ graphics powering a 10.1″ high definition multi-touch display. The Razer Edge Pro also has a rugged high-speed solid state drive that screams incredible performance in a portable form-factor.

The NVIDIA GeForce Series graphics uses Optimus technology, which means that the the user can play games the way they were meant to be played. With incredible, vivid graphics.

The Razer Edge Pro allows anyone to connect with the most popular and best-selling applications, multimedia, and websites. Netflix, Facebook, Skype, and Spotify are just a few of the many applications people can access with the Razer Edge Pro. In fact, because it’s a fully functioning PC, the user will be able to access any Windows 8 application they want.

I attended the 2013 CES this week and had the opportunity to try the Razer Edge Pro out for myself. This was the coolest tablet I have ever held. The graphics were incredible, the gameplay was fluid, and the interface was easy to use.

I highly recommend the Razer Edge Pro if you are an avid online gamer … or if you just want to replace that out of date iPad.