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The Razer Edge is a Windows tablet designed for gaming. It costs more than many 10 inch tablets, but this little guy packs an Intel Core i5 processor, NVIDIA GT640M graphics, 4GB of RAM, and support for a series of accessories including a detachable gamepad and a docking station for connecting a TV.

Razer normally sells the Edge for about $1000, but right now you can get a 64GB model from Amazon for $300 off.

Razer Edge

Here are some of the day’s best deals.

You can find more bargains in our daily deals section.

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5 replies on “Deals of the Day (1-30-2014)”

  1. Ignore the Q200 and go with the i3 in the Asus VIvoBook X202E onsale at neweggflash for only $25 more: https://www.neweggflash.com/Product/N82E16834231373. I read that it makes for a fairly easy and fully functioning hackintosh if you swap out the wireless card for a natively supported one (which is par for the course in most hackintoshes).

    1. I believe you need to read that again. It says $300 off of $1000, so that is $700, twice the price of the VivoBook.

  2. What, no Intel lingo to tell us which older power hungry CPU it has?
    Botany Bay? Trail Mix? Pine Nut?
    You guys are slipping! You have me used to that now! 😉

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