NVIDIA Outs New Tegra Note Design For Low-Cost Tablets


Thanks to a slew of leaks and early appearances NVIDIA’s newest Tegra 4-powered tablet design has never really been a secret, but the company has finally confirmed what it’s been working on for the past several months. What once was known as the Tegra Tab is now called the Tegra Note, a tablet hardware platform that NVIDIA hopes will add some much-needed oomph to the low-cost tablet space.

Here’s the long and short of it — NVIDIA’s Tegra Note design features a 7-inch display running at 1280×800, a quad-core 1.8GHz Tegra 4 chipset (with 72-core GeForce GPU), 1GB of RAM, 16GB of internal storage, and microSD card slot. Easily the most interesting addition to the mix is the company’s DirectStylus tech, which also for pressure-sensitive stylus input without the need for pricey smart styli and integrated digitizers. Throw in some sweet, sweet unfettered Android (by way of NVIDIA sanctioned…

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