Razer Edge review: A nifty option for gaming on the go, but do you really need it?

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Is the Razer Edge something you really need? Starting at $400 for the Wi-Fi model, you get a device with performance similar to one of last year’s flagship phones and an included controller add-on, which is actually a pretty good deal. But at the same time, the Edge is basically a chunky phone with an add-on that you can buy on its own for $100.

Pros: Relatively affordable, Bright 144Hz OLED screen, Has active cooling, Passthrough charging and 3.5mm audio, Includes a MicroSD card slot for expandable storage.

Cons: 5G model is expensive and only works on Verizon, Chunky bezels, Somewhat awkward aspect ratio.

Engadget Score: 71

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