A gaming tablet (codename: Project Fiona) with two funky-looking control wands strapped to either side like the nacelles (outboard engines) on the Starship Enterprise? Believe it. This thing won’t win any beauty contests, but the idea sure sounds interesting: a 10.1-inch tablet running Windows 7 (Windows 8, eventually) sandwiched between remote-style game controllers, each sporting a thumbstick, four face buttons and dual triggers. Question is, should we really call it a tablet, or just a high-end (Intel Core i7-based) gaming PC? Razer’s CES model was strictly proof-of-concept, so expect things to change like the size and weight (and in particular, judging from early feedback, the placement of the joysticks and buttons), but Razer says to look for a finished product by Q4 2012.