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Razer Edge Pro

We have collected and analyzed 8 expert reviews from international sources. Experts rate this product 65/100. The average review date is May 1, 2013. We have compared these reviews to 450371 reviews from other Laptops. The alaScore™ for this product is 88/100 = Very good. Last update: Apr 23, 2014.

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Razer Edge Pro Review

 

The Razer Edge sounds fantastic: a Windows 8 tablet, notebook, and portable gaming system in one. But in actual use, the Edge is a letdown.

No keyboard; need to buy peripherals; no kickstand; severe Wi-Fi issues

No keyboard; need to buy peripherals; no kickstand; severe Wi-Fi issues

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Razer Edge Pro Review

 

Razer is an innovator. The company practically invented the MMO mouse, was among the first to store settings on memory inside peripherals, and came out with the first laptop with customizable LED keys last year (the Blade).

Unique, visceral gaming experience ; Well-rounded performance ; Solid build quality

Some design quirks ; Bulky and heavy ; Merely adequate game performance ; Can only game for two hours on battery ; Expensive

Why buy the Edge? For the same reason Razer built it: a love of PC gaming.

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Razer Edge Pro

 

The Razer Edge Pro gaming tablet crams high-powered specs into a chunky chassis for fragging on the go.

Excellent graphics power and overall performance; Stylish design; Innovative Gamepad peripheral; Docking station brings console-gaming feel to PC

Expensive; Short battery life when gaming; Gamepad makes design bulky; Display not 1080p; Runs hot when gaming

Click to EnlargePound for pound, the $1,449 Razer Edge Pro is indeed the most powerful tablet on the market, making it a compelling choice for gamers who value mobility. Razer managed to cram an Intel Core i7-3517U CPU, 256GB SSD and an Nvidia GeForce...

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Razer Edge Pro

 

The Razer Edge Pro gaming tablet is the rare device that reimagines what the PC experience should be and delivers something that's not just different, but better. That it's made to let you game anywhere just makes it a lot more fun.

Fantastic, innovative design offers a better gaming experience. Powerful components with an Intel Core i7 processor and Nvidia mobile graphics. Flexible tablet and dock design lets you play anywhere

Expensive when all the accessories are taken into account. Can't match standard gaming laptops for performance

Razer is a well-known name in the gaming community, with its green glowing snake logo stamped on all manner of mice, keyboards, and other specialized peripherals. But Razer's newest toy—the Razer Edge Pro gaming tablet—is way more than a mere...

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

 

Razer has built the most powerful Windows 8 tablet in the world. Its mission: To deliver sublime PC gaming. Its execution: Mixed.

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

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

If you choose to shell out $99 for the Edge docking station—which packs three extra USB 2.0 ports, an HDMI out port, a mic jack, a stereo port, and a jack for the power adapter—you won’t have any trouble outputting to a full 1080p display. I connected...

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Razer Edge Pro review

 

Razer says the Edge Pro is the world's first tablet for PC gamers, thanks to an Intel i7 processor, NVIDIA graphics, and Windows 8 operating system

Bioshock on the bus ; Tablet, PC and games console ; Steam Big Picture interface

Arm-deadening weight ; One hour battery life ; Poor Gamepad Controller

The Razer Edge Pro is one of those bold experiments that has to be applauded. Itís a tablet, a PC and a games console all in one, and playing Skyrim on the go certainly beats Candy Crush Saga.

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Razer Edge Pro review

 

It combines tablet, laptop and gaming PC in one – but is the Razer Edge Pro a jack of all trades and master of none?

The Razer Edge Pro is a versatile gaming machine, but one that has serious drawbacks when you take it out and about

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