Razer gauges interest for Project Fiona gaming tablet on Facebook, will launch with 10,000 likes

Razer, the company behind the Project Fiona gaming tablet, is gauging interest in the device on Facebook, and will launch the product if a picture gets 10,000 "Likes," according to a comment from Razer's CEO.

"If this post gets 10,000 likes/shares in the next 7 days, we'll work on making the concept a reality and launch the product," Razer CEO Min-Liang Tan wrote on Facebook. "On top of that, we'll share some of the high-level concepts with you to crowd source some of the design decisions — For Gamers. By Gamers. We'd like to hear how you would like to design the actual tablet right here on the Razer Facebook Page, as well as take suggestions for specs, form factor, pricing, features etc."

As of this writing, about five hours after it was posted, Tan's picture has received 4,874 "Likes.".

Designed to play "the most popular PC games of today," Razer unveiled the tablet in January at CES 2012. The prototype included a central display with two controllers mounted to its sides, powered by a Core i7 processor runningWindows 8. During CES, the company said it was targeting a Q4 2012 release, which runs from October 1st through December 31st. Be sure to check out The Verge's coverage of CES 2012, where they went hands-on with the gaming tablet.

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