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How good are the Windows "Gaming" Tablets for PC gaming?

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2 years ago#1
Like the Razor Edge Pro, and the surface pro 3? Can they handle the majority of PC games atleast 720p resolution, 30fps on low settings?
2 years ago#2
Not good at all
2 years ago#3
Razor Edge Pro may be able to handle majority of pc games at 720p on medium-low since they have nVidia gpu 640m, but surface pro 3 only has Intel iris igp it would perform worse than edge.
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2 years ago#4
Gaming.

Tablet/Laptop.

Pick one.
2 years ago#5
There's a such thing as gaming tablets? Learn something new everyday...
2 years ago#6
I was able to do light gaming on my surface pro 2
Razor Edge Pro will do fine, but its $$$$$
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2 years ago#7
I would like to use them to play adventure games when sitting on the couch.

Not much else.
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2 years ago#8
KaiserWarrior posted...
Gaming.

Tablet/Laptop.

Pick one.


A tablet is NOT the same as a laptop.
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2 years ago#9
A tablet is NOT the same as a laptop.

Nice observation there, derpcake. Thanks for stating the obvious
2 years ago#10
@Jeff nice. Hows the battery life for most PC games with the razor ? under those minimal settings of course
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