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Razer Edge

alaTest has collected and analyzed 6 reviews from magazines and websites. Reviewers are impressed by the durability. The usability is also appreciated, whereas the size and portability get less positive reviews. There are some mixed views about the design.

usability, durability

price, battery, screen, portability, size

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Laptops the Razer Edge is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 85/100 = Very good quality.

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(Based on 6 reviews)

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Razer Edge

 

Take a Windows 8 tablet. Add Nvidia graphics. Mix in a snap-on controller. Toss in a TV-friendly dock. Suddenly, what was a gaming PC in theory can become a console; step back, and a tablet becomes a gaming handheld.

Gaming-optimized Windows 8 tablet with onboard Nvidia graphics; offers plenty of ways to play games via extra accessories; relatively easy setup.

Gaming performance trails that of comparably priced gaming laptops; lacks 1080p screen; design is thicker and heavier than other Windows 8 tablets; lacks Ethernet and SD slot; battery life runs short when gaming; price skews high when accessories are...

The Razer Edge is one of the most inventive PC gaming devices in years, but you'll pay a premium for portability and proprietary add-ons.

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Razer Edge review

 

It's a seriously impressive thing, winning the same award twice – for the same product. That's what Razer managed over the last two years, hoarding accolades at CES for the Project Fiona in 2012 and again for the Edge in 2013.

Incredible performance for a tablet ; Cool, fun peripherals ; Very clean version of Windows

Big, clunky ; Very expensive ; Mediocre display for a $1,000 PC

It's a good device for anyone, but the right device for only a few

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Razer Edge review

 

Razer's new tablet breaks banks and blows minds

AAA gaming on a tablet ; Excellent build quality on tablet and accessories ; Novel, fun and slick ; Surprisingly good multitasker

Quite expensive, and a questionable value compared to a laptop ; Needs pricey accessories to reach its potential ; Short battery life ; When you factor in accessories, it's not really portable ; It's heavy

The Razer Edge is an awesome toy that's a bit ahead of its time. The processors of tomorrow would likely extend its battery life and help it achieve a more digestible price point. It could also use an OS that's more fully suited a mouseless-interface.

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Razer Edge review: Hands-on

 

The Razer Edge games console is designed to let gamers who like to travel with their Xbox and PC save weight and space

Although it isn’t cheap, this is a highly effective gaming tablet, with the great advantages of games console buttons and sticks to make button jabbing more enjoyable.

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Razer Edge Review: So Heavy, So Expensive, So Awesome

 

A gaming laptop in a tablet. It's a thought experiment that raises a whole host of questions: Is that even possible? Can it possibly be good? Would anyone even want it if it were? How much does it cost? The Razer Edge's answers translate roughly to...

Of course not! The price is an albatross before most folks look any further. Yes, unifying all your devices is absolutely the future, and the Edge tackles that in a lot of remarkably elegant ways. But it’s still far from perfect, and this is a steep...

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