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Razer's gaming tablet takes a look around the FCC, loses its love handles in the process

Razer's Project Fiona gaming tablet enters FCC, could be here soon

| Mobile Devices, Tablets & Phones News | Posted: Oct 25, 2012 3:10 am

Razer's upcoming gaming tablet currently known as Project Fiona, has reportedly walked through the FCC. The FCC have now had some hands-on time with Razer's tablet, and according to the latest pictures, the slate now loses its handlebars.

 

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Project Fiona's love handles may have gone, but an attached accessory list notes that there will be a Razer-branded controller, which will be powered by a 2800mAh battery, meaning that the prototype's gamepads might be independent, or detachable. The battery in the tablet itself looks to be 5600mAh, with a model number of RZ09-0093.

 

The new FCC documents point toward a heavily redesigned slate, which we knew would happen because Razer have been listening to community feedback on the device. The community has talked about accessories, CPU/GPU configurations and more. This FCC filing might not be the final design, so expect some possible changes to Project Fiona.

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