The Razer Edge is a tablet for people who’ve had enough Angry Birds. Inside, there’s an Intel Core processor (i5 or i7) and an Nvidia graphics card, so the Edge breezes through the latest PC games on its 10.1-inch, 1080p display. But the real magic comes from Razer’s optional accessories, such as the controller mount (pictured), a keyboard case and a docking station that turns the Edge into a TV gaming console or desktop PC. Just be warned: the tablet will only last through about an hour of hardcore gaming, or two hours with an extended battery.
There’s no release date yet, but the Edge will cost $1,000 for the i5 version and 64 GB of storage, and $1,400 for the i7 version with 128 GB of storage. The gamepad, keyboard case and docking station are sold separately, and add about $550 to the total price if you buy all three.