CNETAnalysis: Remember the Razer Edge , the gaming tablet/laptop wunderkind that left an indelible mark on CES 2013 ? Those who’ve kept their ear to the ground for machine availability are reaping their reward today: Razer announced pre-order and shipping times for both the basic model and Razer Edge Pro. Pre-orders kick off March 1 at 12:01 a.m. PST, available through the firm’s ” where to buy ” web page. So far, only the U.S. and Canada have purchasing powers. Units will start off for doorsteps later in the month, and Razer plans to charge US$999.99 for its base variant and US$1,299.99 for the heftier pro version. ‘I’m on the edge’ For those that need a refresher, the Edge is a Windows 8 tablet/laptop hybrid, yet so much more. Though the parts will be sold separately (also available for pre-order March 1 and shipping concurrently) a gamepad controller, home console dock and extended battery accessories contribute to the Edge’s allure. The Edge runs on an Intel i5 processor and has 64GB SSD, while the Pro welcomes an Intel i7 into the mix. Customers have the option of either 128GB or 256GB SSD for the Pro, though will have to fork over US$1,449 for the GB boost. The models feature Nvidia GT 640M LE graphics. Screen wise, the multi-touch HD display takes up 10.1-inches and has a resolution of 1366 x 768. Normal Edge owners will get 4GB of DDR3 memory while Pro peeps see a double bump to 8GB DDR3. Finally, both feature stereo speakers, HDMI, a front-facing, 2MP HD webcam, array microphones and a USB 3.0. Razer plans to launch an optional keyboard dock during Q3 2013. Not sure life on the edge is right for you? Maybe this promo vid will help sway you either way: YouTube : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nTjBqiFr1Q4&feature=youtu.be We’re curious: Will you buy one?