CES 2011: Razer Demos Switchblade Gaming Tablet
Razer, computer products manufacture, have debuted a handheld personal computing console. The device, codenamed Switchblade, features a multitouch screen and a dynamic, programmable keyboard.
The handheld console is still in the concept phases, but Razer has confirmed that it runs on an unreleased Intel Atom precessing unit and Razer user interface. However, the graphical processing unit is still unknown.
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