The Razor Switchback is to make an official appearance here in China it was announced earlier at the Intel Developer Forum in Beijing.
The Window’s 7 hand held PC has a 7 inch touchscreen, programmable virtual keyboard, and uses Intel’s latest Oak Bridge Atom CPU.
Although the portable PC is able to perform the same tasks as any Windows 7 computer can, Razor the U.S developer of the device insist that the Switchblade it is primarily a gaming device.
Linking up with Razor on the Switchbacks launch is Chinese software developer Tencent, makers of the QQ instant messaging service, who will have 4 of their games pre installed on the handheld.
There is no word on price but CEO Min-Liang Tan claims the price point will be ‘affordable’.
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