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Review: Razer Edge Pro tablet—insane performance that's completely impractical

At a Glance

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  • Razer Edge Pro Tablet PC

    Razer's first tablet delivers killer performance in a reasonably portable package. You can finally play PC games on a tablet, but you have to accept some compromises.

At a Glance

Razer's first tablet delivers killer performance in a reasonably portable package. You can finally play PC games on a tablet, but you have to accept some compromises.

Price when rated: $1450.00

Pros

  • Best-in-class hardware in a reasonably portable tablet chassis.
  • Optional gamepad chassis makes this the world's first handheld PC gaming machine.

Cons

  • Too expensive and limited to serve as anything other than a luxury product.
  • Poor screen quality and battery life.
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