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.
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.
Last updated: Apr 7, 2020 at 11:29 am CDT
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