Razer recreates the tablet, gives gamers a reason to touch

Last year may have been year of the tablet, but this year gaming accessory company Razer plans to really shake things up, showing off its Project Fiona PC Gaming Tablet at CES this week.

Powered by an Intel Core i7 processor, the tablet looks to incorporate a 10.1 inch touchscreen and feature analog gaming controllers protruding from the sides of the device.

Windows is the operating system of choice, with Dolby 7.1 audio, Bluetooth 3.0, and WiFi 802.11b/g/n connectivity.

Force feedback has apparently been built into the controllers, meaning you’ll feel strong vibrations when anything happens to your character, and games that also take advantage of motion-based gaming will work with the accelerometer here.

Razer sees this tablet as a product more for the proper gamer as opposed to to the casual one, even citing that Project Fiona is “definitely not for playing casual games about unhappy birds or zombie-killing flora.”

We’re keen to see this tablet come to life, but probably won’t see it for a while, with Razer suggesting that the product will be available near the end of 2012 for a price below $1,000 USD.