The Edge is a portable gaming device. The last time we saw it, it looked terrible. There is a lot that needs to be done with this one. The Edge will be available in two versions, a 5G-ready version and a non-5G version, in January and February of next year. It will be able to support the carrier's networks. People are able to pay $5 to reserve an Edge.

It is intended to be a great device for streaming cloud games. You can stream PC games on the Edge through the Steam Link app. Instead of being an all-in-one handheld like the concept shown off months ago, the Edge is a 6.8-inch tablets that can be removed from. The controller is a more feature-packed version that has a 3.5mm jack. It is only available with the Edge and won't be available separately.

A few angles of Razer’s Edge gaming tablet. One shows what its top looks like without a controller attached, revealing its power and volume buttons. The other shows what it looks like from the bottom with a Kishi V2 controller attached.
A few angles of the Edge: one on top showing the array of buttons without the Kishi V2 Pro attached and another on the bottom showing the controller’s USB-C and 3.5mm ports.
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The 6.8-inch FHD Plus screen has a fast 144Hz refresh rate, making it stand out from the crowd. The G3x Gen 1 is a gaming platform that has 8 gigabytes of ram and 128 gigabytes of storage. It is compatible with some of the fastest routers on the market, like Eero's Pro 6E, and it has a built-in microphone.

You can use the front-facing camera on The Edge to stream on twitch while you play. The Edge will have a 5,000mAh battery, so it will likely last a while if you just use it for game streaming.

A picture showcasing two Razer Edge tablets. One shows it from the rear without the Kishi V2 Pro attached, and then the bottom shows it from the rear while nested into the Kishi V2 Pro controller that it includes.
Here’s a look at what the Edge will look like without the Kishi V2 Pro attached (top). The bottom section shows what it looks like while nested into the controller.
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While the Edge isn't the first of its kind, it'll likely have no issues standing out at $399.99, which is just $50 more than the G Cloud gaming handheld. I think the Edge will be the one to beat when it is released in early 2023 because it will have a powerful screen and a cloud game streaming feature.

Both the Edge 5G and the Edge with wi-fi will be available at the same time through the same retailers.