The 10 Best Gaming Gadgets of CES 2013

evolveteam January 10, 2013 7
Best Gaming Gadget of CES 2013 Razer Edge Tablet

Razer Edge Gaming Tablet

Price/Release Date: $1,000 – $1,700 (Q1 2013)
I remember when curtains were pulled back for Project Fiona last year. This time we finally have a price, release date, and several new form factors. The newly titled Razer Edge is now a standalone 10.1-inch Windows 8 tablet with three separate peripherals ranging from a keyboard, stand, and case with complementary game controllers. Razer calls it “the most powerful tablet in the world,” and it’s certainly right. You have two models to choose from, the standard version storing an Intel Core i5 processor with 4GB of RAM and a 64GB or 128GB solid-state drive, and the Edge Pro comes with the i7, 8GB of RAM, and 128GB or 256GB of space. Both use an Nvidia GeForce GT 640M LE graphics chip, the less powerful cousin to the 640M. The 640M LE is enough for most current-gen games and weighs two pounds. The base model of the Edge will sell for $999, and while we don’t know the upper limit, Razer suggests it’s between $1299 and $1499.

Best Gadgets of CES 2013 Turtle Beach Seven Series Headsets

Turtle Beach Seven Series Headsets

Price/Release Date: $150 – $280 (Q1 2013)
Game headset specialists Turtle Beach update their SEVEN Series line with a trio of devices targeted at the mobile, PC, and console demographics. Introducing respectively the M, Z, and XP SEVEN. Flaunting richer audio and thicker padding than its predecessors, professional gamers can will also take advantage of the company’s additional Audio Control Units, which allow players to switch chat, microphone, and game levels on a whim. The luxury of changing the presets and arrangement of the surround sound receivers is also at your disposal. Serving as the official audio headset for MLG (Major League Gaming), the world’s largest competitive video game league, the SEVEN Series are certified to take the meanest beatings come tournament time.

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