The Rogue gaming tablet PC

Peter Rojas
P. Rojas|02.28.05

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Peter Rojas
February 28th, 2005
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The Rogue gaming tablet PC image
Rogue tablet PC

Think the PSP isn't quite pocketable enough for ya? Yeah, well, SL-Interphase is working on a tablet-style gaming PC called the Rogue that comes with a built-in joystick, track ball, buttons, up to 2GB of DDR2 RAM, and an 8.4-inch LCD screen you can write on (it's a touch screen, so this probably isn't running on Microsoft's Windows XP Tablet PC Edition OS). It's designed specifically for playing PC games (duh), though since tablet PCs aren't exactly known as 3D graphics powerhouses, SL-Interphase claim they've developed some "new hardware to help the CPU do its job." They're still trying to raise enough money to get the Rogue into production, but if and when this thing does come out, they're aiming for a retail price of about $1,500. Of course one big question remains: is there anyone who wants to play games this way?

[Thanks, Fady]


Rogue tablet PC

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