In Pictures: Hands-on with the Razer 'Project Fiona' handheldPictured here is Project Fiona's user interface in its current guise. Users can scroll through their games library and other menu screens using the touch screen or via the unit's analogue sticks. While it looks pretty basic, the UI is responsive and well laid out. Considering it's still in the prototype stage, we were impressed with how it handled. In addition to touch, the Fiona also boasts that other tablet staple: accelerometer sensors.
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