Nvidia Tegra Note tablet starts preorders at $199

NVIDIA logoNvidia's Tegra Note 7 tablet by EVGA is urrently available for pre-order for $199 through NewEgg in the U.S. In the UK, ADVENT started pre-orders on Nov. 7.

The tablet is powered by a Tegra 4 mobile processor, it has a a stylus powered by NVIDIA DirectStylus technology, enhanced audio, a camera, 100% Android software and offers NVIDIA gaming.

NVIDIA Tegra Note 7

NVIDIA DirectStylus technology gives it active stylus capabilities - such as fine point and broad stroke control and palm rejection - at passive stylus prices. It also comes bundled with apps forstroke-based note taking.

The device's camera uses Tegra 4's processing power and the Chimera computational photography architecture. Tegra Note also brings to Android SmugMug's Camera Awesome app - one of the top camera apps on iOS. Exclusive Tegra 4 features include tap-to-track and 120 fps video with slow-motion playback and always-on HDR (coming in a future over-the-air update).

Nvidia is offering the Tegra Note tablet platform to its partners to take it to market. EVGA is Nvidia's U.S. launch partner but more Tegra Note-based tablets will be released in the months to come. Among them are PNY Technologies in North America; ADVENT, EVGA, Oysters and ZOTAC in Europe; Gigabyte, Shenzhen Homecare Technology and ZOTAC in Asia-Pacific; and XOLO in India.

Source: CDRinfo

Tags: NVIDIA, tablets, Tegra

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