|Screen Size||10.1 inches|
|Max Screen Resolution||1366 x 768 pixels|
|Processor||3 GHz Core i7-3517U|
|RAM||8 GB DDR3|
|Graphics Coprocessor||NVIDIA GT 640M LE|
|Graphics Card Ram Size||2048 MB|
|Number of USB 3.0 Ports||1|
|Average Battery Life (in hours)||6 hours|
Razer Edge Pro 256GB Tablet
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My office provided a new iPad last summer, and it took over my use of a laptop for email and web browsing, but any office related work did not go well, especially MS Office docs...you can't replace a Windows based PC yet when it is the basis for your office infrastructure.
The Razer Edge Pro is light, powerful, and easy to use. So far, all the software I have installed (with a usb dvd drive) has worked as expected. I have already nearly filled the SSD with some games...that will be a balancing act.
The few quirks I have had in the last few days of ownership (3 since arrival) have been mainly things that are a little better on the iPad. The display is not as sharp or crisp, but that is understood. The odd thing is the screen sensitivity is just a little off at times...just a gentle tap does the trick most of the time, but for some reason it is extra sensitive and the apps overreact at times...minor though. Also, when I jacked into my Sony 1080p TV, the output is only 720p, but it seems a bit fuzzy...I just ran some updates (53 were available already) and have yet to try it again. The documents pre purchase I though had stated 1080p output. The Win 8 tiles and where to find everything has been an unwelcome learning curve, but it will take some time (not quite as intuitive as the iPad).
So far I get about 4 hours of average use from a charge.
Just like my old laptop, when you plan to game, plug it in.
I did get the docking station...that is a must for versatility and expanded functionality.
So compared to a MS Surface pro, you get discrete graphics and more CPU power...Read more ›
Very glad that you're enjoying the Edge! Luckily, the one issue you had has a simple solution: In order to get 1080p out using the Edge, there are two ways:
1) Choose the "Extended Display" mode so that the Edge (1366x768) and the TV (1920x1080) are in their respective native resolutions.
2) Choose "Single Display" mode so that the only screen being used is the TV, which will be at full 1080p.
The reason you were stuck in 720p was due to that fact that you were in "Mirror" mode, which forces both displays to be at the lowest common denominator.
As for the other comments/questions:
- The power adapter is designed to be compact and is definitely not a "brick"
- The battery attachment is only for the gamepad controller and the future keyboard dock.
- Yes, you can use the docking station and use the Edge as the primary display.
Hope that helps!
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When I saw that Razer was coming out with the edge, I wasn't sure how it would really work. I already own three high end gaming laptops, Alienware, MSI, and Samsung. All are fast but each have had their own issues.
When I booted this up, installed steam and started playing Far Cry 3 (from my last save point) I almost fell over. It was INCREDIBLE!!!! I AM NOT KIDDING AND ONLY TRUE GAMERS WHO HAVE BEEN DOING THIS FOR A LONG TIME KNOW THE FEELING I AM TALKING ABOUT. A world of true PC virtual/mobile game play....
I was stuck at an airport recently, and instead of being bored or playing angry birds on my Ipad, I played 6 hours of Assassin's Creed 3, Far Cry 3, and Borderlands 2! I played simply with the Edge connected to my Verizon Wifi enabled phone....
Honestly, if you are a skeptic or on the fence, this is A MUST BUY FOR AN AVID GAMER if you can afford it....
You can also increase one of the 2GB sticks of ram to.
I take my hat off to Razer for allowing access to these parts so it is an enthusiast class machine.
The device boots in like 8 seconds and resumes from sleep in under 3. The windows experience index gives gaming graphics a score of 6.6 , cpu 6.9 and ram 5.9 (it has a CAS latency of 11).
The only problem I have had is a Windows 8 one with a number of Windows Live games not working since they missed a certain xlive.dll. This was remedied by downloading the latest Windows Live software for Windows 8. Rader should really have included this in the system to make it as seamless as possible.
I have the power plan set to power saver with screen brightness at about 25% when on battery and I
estimate I get around 5 hours of juice which is not bad. For car journeys I bought a power inverter for $30 so I can plug it in.
The controller is very expensive for what it is and I don't think it is essential to have, although it is comfortable to hold. The power plug is awkwardly placed at the bottom so when it is resting on your legs it may get dislodged.Read more ›
I have a 15' Dell Inspiron (older i7 and Nvidia 540M)with a heavy power brick. I play Starcraft 2 and Diablo 3 on it and I have no problem when I connected to a power outlet. I use it all over the house and travel a few times a year. Tablet are slowly taking over so I wanted one too. To me, battery life for tablets should be long and the weight should be low. Almost the complete opposite of the Dell Inspiron because that is a desktop replacement. I didn't want to go with an Ipad or Android because I'm a Windows guy but many people said, "get a bluetooth keyboard, and tablets are laptop replacements." So that is what I was looking for, a laptop replacement. The Razer Edge Pro wasn't available yet so I tested out a few different devices. A Lenovo Thinkpad Twist. A pretty good battery, an i5 with an Intel HD 4000 could play Starcraft 2 and Diablo 3 at 5-10 frames a second. Some would say it is playable but not me. I returned it wanting more but nothing with something better than an Intel HD 4000. I took a step back and "well, tablets are suppose to be companion devices so let get something tiny."
I found the Asus Vivotab Smart. It only had a dual core Atom so my mind set was "it can probably play Youtube at 720p but not much more." With my expectations low I was completely blown away with how often I would use it. 8 hours of battery life and a GPS chip made me fall in love with it. This was great, I used the Vivotab for my email, IM, Facebook, Netflix, traveling GPS. To me, it was a great tablet. I did everything I wanted but play Starcraft 2 and Diablo 3 (or serious gaming).Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
When it works it is great! Unfortunately it's almost always broken and getting it fixed costs a minimum of $100 or so dollars just to have them look at it. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Joshua
This is a great tablet, the only minor issue is with the screen quality, but for the functionality and price it is awesome!Published 8 months ago by Marco
Great tablet. But i need keyboard dock. So Anyone selling their keyboard? :)Published 9 months ago by Amazon Customer
If you looking for a tablet with functionality, go the other way. The one thing that bothers me about this tablet is the fact that the charge port is on the bottom. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Jason Veigl
The razer Edge Pro is simply the best and most powerful tablet made! Having an i7 processor with 8 GB of RAM and a dedicated 2GB Nvidia graphics card help to set this tablet above... Read morePublished 14 months ago by alexander berek
I purchased this tablet hoping for a lightweight alternative to the typical gaming laptop. Yes, it is light and easy to carry. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Roger Phillips
The only problem I had with the edge pro was that the keyboard button at te too didn't work which is very minor since there are multiple ways to open itPublished 18 months ago by Robie Renfrow
This is basically the most amazing piece of tech I have ever owned. Most people I know and meet can't even wrap their heads around its existence (which may just say something about... Read morePublished 19 months ago by Joseph Mazzetta