|How is this portable?|
It features a 10.” screen, running a resolution of 1280×800. Aha! This is where they get you. That resolution barely qualifies for HD (720p televisions are usually 1360×768). It wouldn’t surprise me if they can get PC games running smoothly at that resolution.
“Full-screen user interface supporting multi-touch
3-axis gyro, magnetometer, accelerometer”
Okay, these seem like reasonable features for a tablet. It is a tablet after all; touch screen capability is a no-brainer. Same with the gyro capabilities. Heck my Android phone has a gyro in it and I don’t even game on it. But honestly, who are they trying to market this to?
“Hardcore” gamers will prefer to play on a PC or a console connected to an HDTV. Casual gamers would probably prefer to play on their phone or regular tablet. Neither party would have a use for the control sticks on each side of the tablet. Razer is taking a piece of technology that by design is supposed to have a thin form factor, and adding clunky control sticks on either side. People are just now getting used to seeing people walk around with tablets. I feel like people with iPads will be making fun of those walking around with this dorky looking thing:
|I honestly don’t get it.|
Based on the limited information we have, I cannot see this machine being a success. It seems like it is trying to do way too many things at once and I cannot see who the potential customer is. Is this something YOU want?