Razer reveals Project Fiona gaming tablet at CES 2012

Gaming tablet revealed with Ivy Bridge processor and controllers

Is it a PC? Is it a tablet? Sort of, well possibly. Razer's Project Fiona is definitely a tablet, but then you see the specs, and the controllers, and it all goes hazy

Razer have unveiled their Project Fiona gaming tablet at CES 2012 boasting a 10.1inch tablet body but flanked on either side by two gaming controllers.

Featuring a 3rd Generation Intel Core i7 Ivy Bridge processor this is up there with the gaming laptops and with the upcoming Windows 8 it's also future-proofed.

Razer have been beyond secretive about the graphics chip inside it, but as is clear from the videos, the fact it can run Assassins Creed: Revelations is a bold indicator of just how powerful this device is.

Although just a concept, the company is confident that it's a form-factor and platform that can be brought into the real-world as a viable product, whether or not people will be happy carrying its unorthodox frame around will remain to be seen.

Either way the company will be hoping to wow after the launch of their first gaming laptop the Razer Blade was delayed in shipping with Razer offering a mouse to make up for the delay.

What do you think it is, is it a tablet or indeed the Switchblade? Let us know what you think via the comments box below...

Razer Project Fiona Gaming Tablet