Razer promised PC gaming on an all new form factor, and well, it wasn't kidding. Project Fiona is a gaming tablet, of sorts, with integrated dual game controllers. As you can see in the picture above, that's the best way to describe it. Connected to each side is a wand-like controller (think: PlayStation Move navigation controller) with analog thumbsticks, top buttons (numbered 1, 2, 3, and 4), two triggers apiece, and force feedback.
Project Fiona is powered by a Core i7 processor and Windows 8, designed to play "most popular PC games of today," and THX audio, but details are light beyond that. The press release still lists this as a proof of concept design, and with a year to release, these things are of course subject to change. Razer does plan on releasing it, however, and it's targeting a Q4 2012 release priced under $1,000.