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1-12-2012 @ 8:13PM
Largest console controller ever ;-)A laptop is cheaper, more powerful, bigger screen, higher res and allows you to use all WoW spells and abilities with a keyboard and the benefit of a precise mouse. This looks like a solution for a problem that doesn't exist. It's similar to spending a lot of money to make an iPad pretend it's almost a laptop.
1-12-2012 @ 8:35PM
They're trying to fill the niche that the current tablet market leaves for hardcore gamers. Most tablet gaming is aimed at the super-casual since hardcore games really don't lend themselves well to being played sans-controller. Razer is trying to tap that market by providing a more full-featured experience. I really get the feeling that this isn't aimed at MMOs in the slightest, but rather at console-style gaming, hence the controller.
1-12-2012 @ 9:34PM
Hardcore gamers would never go for a half-assed solution like this though. Someone down there mentioned wii u, I think that'll flop too as I remember similar attempts were made with sega dreamcast.You're either a tablet or a laptop, trying a hybrid is doomed to fail as it wont capture any part of a market that doesn't exist.
1-12-2012 @ 9:40PM
I think I'd rather have a Wii U than this. At least the Wii U would have Nintendo games designed with the hardware in mind.
1-12-2012 @ 11:57PM
This looks perfect for something like league of legends. You only need 8ish buttons and a cursor.This looks excellent. Also, if you just want to do something like arch this is perfect.
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