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NVIDIA Tegra Note Tablet Showcased in China, Specs Revealed


This year, NVIDIA has been working on a reference tablet to market to its partners, which had been previously leaked before as the Tegra Tab. This time, we are getting some really-detailed pictures and even some specifications to go along with them. According to the report, this device, labeled the Tegra Note, will be shopped around to partners who will then slap on their own branding and then sell it as their own. 

The tablet features a 7″ 1280 x 768 display, a Tegra 4 quad-core processor clocked at 1.8GHz, 2GB of RAM, a 5MP back-facing camera, front-facing speakers and comes complete with its very own stylus.


  • 7” 1280×768 HD Display
  •  1.8 GHz quad-core Tegra 4 CPU
  • 2GB of RAM
  • 5 megapixel rear camera,
  • Front camera (resolution unknown)
  • micro-USB, HDMI support
  • Stylus

When and if this tablet hits stateside, we can expect that it will be reasonably priced given previous Tegra-powered tablets (2012 Nexus 7). Would you be interested?



Via: Unwired View

  • Cory_S

    Aww, I was hoping it have a Snapdragon 800

    • Chief738

    • Pablo Nilo

      lol… no cause then they would have to charge you $100 less.. lol


    Speakers on the front = WIN

  • StuckOnVerizonForever


  • Tyler

    I don’t see why someone would want this over a new Nexus 7. Only benefit would be if NVIDIA adds there desktop game streaming software to it and the graphics card performs significantly better then N7.

    • fm123

      This is a stylus supporting product. So it’s more like the Galaxy Note or Tab with stylus, and those aren’t higher res than this either. Especially if they are including the pressure sensitive stylus feature, it could cost $50-100 less than similar tablets with the stylus hardware .

      • Tyler

        I guess its all about priorities, personally the better display, faster software updates, and imo prettier exterior design is what would push me towards the N7.

  • droidrazredge

    I would get this but this seems like a 2013 version of the 2012 Nexus 7. I think I’ll just stick with my 2013 Nexus 7 from ASUS, don’t see much difference besides the CPU/GPU.

    • StuckOnVerizonForever

      This has a much crappier screen.

      • droidrazredge

        Yup I forgot about that resolution of 1280 x 768, that’s a negative too.

    • Guest

      from the specs given, it has a much better processor, sd card slot (from pic), dedicated HDMI, and stylus.

      • droidrazredge

        The processor is newer, I agree it might have better benchmarks because of the clock speed of the A-15 and the 72 GPU cores compared to the under-clocked Snapdragon 600 which puts it in the Snapgradon Pro category; however, the same benchmarks also say that the battery life of the Tegra 4 is atrocious, so depending on the battery mAh that would be a negative. In the end we’ll have to see what real world scenarios play out versus the benchmarks. The Tegra 4 seems like an awesome device, I just have a bad taste after the flop of the Tegra 3. Also every new Tegra phone must release with FULL open source access to it’s drivers. Otherwise no matter how good the hardware, you are stuck with what you buy on day one. Qualcomm are very good with open source drivers. The SD card is a plus, I wish the Nexus 7 had that. With regards to the Stylus, it may come with one, but the Nexus 7 is also compatible with a stylus pen so that would make them similar in that regards.

        • fm123

          Depends, the stylus they demoed, and this looks like same hardware, supported pressure sensitive input. So normally you’re looking at $50-100 more for that feature (active Wacom) like on some Galaxy tablets.

  • Gnex

    I wish rear cameras on tablets would go away.

    • StuckOnVerizonForever

      I like it on the new Note 10.1. Being 8mp and touchwiz. It will be quite useful in class.

    • starnovsky

      Hey, then how about iPad photography? You killing the whole market segment!

      • Gnex

        • Justin W

          I’m really wondering why you have a picture of what appears to be a 12 year old girl handy…

          • Gnex

            Google images, bro

    • Elliot Kotis

      What about Nexus 7 2012, everyone, he has a point.

    • S2556

      I like scanning bar codes and QR codes so it is useful for me

      • Gnex

        Yeah, I suppose you’re right.