If the hype following its initial unveiling, which has been followed by the honor of being recognized as the “People’s Choice Award for Best of CES 2015” is any indication, then the Razer Forge TV is set to make waves in the gaming market this spring. The Razor Forge TV comes packed with relevant upper tier hardware such as a Quad-Core Krait 450 CPU processor that runs at 2.5 GHz per core, a Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 processor, 2GB of hard RAM, 16GB of storage, HDMI output, Bluetooth accessibility, and an Ethernet port. Accessories include the Razer Serval, a wireless gaming controller that also offers traditional remote functionality; and the Razer Turret, a wireless gaming keyboard. The Razer Forge TV will also hold the capacity of allowing gamers to stream their PC games directly to their television, in addition to entertaining up to four players at once. Retailing for $100 on its own, or $150 for the full bundle pack that includes a controller, the Razer Forge TV will be available during the first quarter of the year.