EVGA Tegra Note 7 specs, review, and price


This morning NVIDIA officially announced its first Android tablet, one that’s rocking the company’s latest quad-core Tegra 4 processor.

There are a lot of Android tablets available in the market today, however, only a couple of them offer great performance at an affordable price. EVGA promises to deliver a tablet that is affordable, yet offers excellent performance.

The Tegra Note is a tablet with a display of 7-inches and a screen resolution of 1280 x 800 pixels and carries a quad-core Tegra 4 chipset under the hood. The tablet is provided with a stylus that uses the new NVIDIA-branded tech known as DirectStylus, to its advantage.

The Tegra Note is a 7-inch tablet with a 1280 x 800 resolution display powered by a quad-core Tegra 4 chipset, and comes with a stylus that takes advantage of a new NVIDIA-branded tech called DirectStylus.

It will offer 2 GB RAM and 16 GB of internal storage. With the 5 megapixel camera, EVGA claims that the device has the world’s first HDR camera in a tablet, a feature that could draw interest from those looking to use the Tegra Note 7 as their primary photo-taking device, rather than a smartphone or a standalone camera.

They also mentioned that a software update will soon enable HDR mode, which can be enabled as an “always on” experience.

The device runs the Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean OS and has a little heavier and thicker built as compared to the other same sized devices available. It weighs 0.7 pounds and measures 0.38 inches in thickness. NVIDIA and EVGA are now taking pre-orders for the slate.

The Tegra Note 7 will be available in the stores starting 19th November and will be priced at $199. This price is cheaper than Samsung’s Galaxy Note 8 and Google’s Nexus 7, which makes it even more desirable for consumers looking to buy a cheap yet highly durable tablet.