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NVIDIA Announces the Tegra Note 7 LTE, Launches Q2 Priced at $299

This morning, NVIDIA unveiled a new family member in the Tegra family tree, the Tegra Note 7 LTE. The device is the same as the Tegra Note tablet they released last year, manufactured by EVGA, but comes with 4G LTE and HSPA+ connectivity. Support for LTE is through AT&T and T-Mobile, as it appears that Verizon or Sprint are not listed as supported bands. 

The Tegra Note 7 LTE is powered by a Tegra 4 processor, 2GB of RAM, features a 7″ HD IPS LCD display, has a 5MP rear-facing camera, 16GB of onboard storage, a microSD slot for up to 32GB of storage, a Micro HDMI port, a specially-designed stylus for fantastic note taking, and will come running Android 4.4.2.

The device will launch sometime in the second quarter of this year, priced at just $299.99.

When it’s released, we will let you know.


  • Justen DeBowles

    Still the fastest 7 inch gaming/consumption tablets I’ve ever owned. It also got its 4.4.2 update yesterday. Though an extra 100 for LTE is a little much. $250 would’ve been the sweet spot I feel.

  • AngryBadger

    But can it run Crysis? Anyways, I’m excited to see what Nvidia does with their chipset debuting soon. That will be a beast in the tablet department.

  • Cael

    What’s the battery life websurfing?

  • Disqus_n00b

    “100% Android” good to know unlike all those iOS/Android hybrid OSes…thanks marketing guys

    • It could just mean that it’s un-branded Android. They’ll have to make modifications to the drivers and kernel to make it hardware compatible, but that doesn’t mean they have to modify Android itself.

  • The Narrator

    1280×800….yeah this is 2014, Nvidia.

    • but thanks though

      7.9-inch display

      iPad mini is perfectly sized for everything you
      love to do. And web pages, photos and videos look crisp and sharp on the
      brilliant display with 1024×768 resolution.

      Comparably priced and sized competitor.

      Can we just ban this troll now or whats up?

      • The Narrator

        What are you talking about? I own a Nexus 7. I’m stating that Nvidia needs to get with the times. Chill your roll, your period will be done soon.

      • Mark2134

        Eh… I don’t think that qualified as a ban offense. 😛

        • The Narrator

          I don’t even know what he’s talking about, or why he even brought it up.

      • ceejw

        What? The iPad mini had a resolution of 1024×768 back in 2012. This device is brand new it should be compared to the newest iPad mini not the 15 month old model.

      • decayo

        I wouldn’t consider this device because it has a poor resolution compared to my nexus 7. Time to ban me!

      • Blue Sun

        iPad Mini Retina has a 2048×1536 resolution. The Narrator should modify his post to “1280×800….yeah this is 2014, Nvidia & but thanks though.”

    • renz

      the same exact device they launch last year. they just add their own software define modem to it. so don’t expect any spec update on it other than modem addition to it. the one with K1 and better overall spec will come out eventually. but i just don’t think it will replace current TN7 so soon given that nvidia just launch the device back in november.

  • Eric Anderson

    I owned (and returned) the original Tegra Note 7. Though it had remarkable build quality for the price, it lagged compared to my Nexus 5 (that may have changed slightly with Kit Kat), the screen was one of the worst I have seen, and the stylus support was a letdown. For the price it was decent, but I am more happy with the Dell Venue 8 Pro I returned it for.

  • Joe Oberster

    Are those…front facing speakers???

    • truth_cutz

      Why yes they are

    • The Narrator

      I hope the next Nexus 10 keeps them. Love em.

  • truth_cutz

    Doesn’t look that bad…Display is kinda “meh”, but not bad.