updated 04:45 pm EST, Wed January 4, 2012
Razer Project Fiona to be unveiled at CES
PC gaming peripherals maker Razer has released a teaser video for a mysterious new gadget it plans to reveal at CES on January 10. A video put up on the company's 'PC gaming is not dead' website (and embedded below) suggests something called Project Fiona will be unveiled. The video shows gameplay from Assassin's Creed Revelations, Tom Clancy's Hawx2, and FireFall, suggesting hardware capable of supporting these titles is coming. This may indicate a revamped or follow-up version of the SwitchBlade handheld gaming PC, which was unveiled at last year's CES as a prototype, may arrive.
The SwitchBlade used an Atom processor and a netbook-like clamshell design, 6.8-inch multi touchscreen and gaming-oriented keyboard with LCDs embedded in certain buttons along with a miniHDMI port. Razer implied in the past that it might let others use the Switchblade concept. [via UberGizmo]