If you followed the details, we learned so far about Razer's Project Fiona gaming tablet with interest, you will really like the news that has turned up this week. Reports indicate that the Project Fiona gaming tablet has been confirmed for production. This product was first seen as a concept during CES 2012 where won several awards and got mobile gaming geeks all fired up.
The tablet is set for production according to a tweet made by CEO Min-Liang Tan. Exactly when the tablet might launch is unknown, but this year is unlikely. The tweet confirmed that production plans for the tablet were set to go, and community feedback will apparently play a role in the design process moving forward.
According to some posts made on Min's Facebook page, there have been several design concepts developed so far, and the final design specifications haven't been set yet. I hope they don't stray from the design that we saw on the concept product, because I thought that was really cool.
Another key fact about the tablet that we don't have any information on is hardware. So far, possible processors have included Intel and ARM offerings. Operating system choices are expected to be Windows 8 or Windows RT. Hardware used in the concept seen at CES included a ULV Core i7 processor, and 10.1-inch screen with a 1280 x 800 resolution. The key design feature was the attached controllers on each side of the screen.