The NVIDIA Tegra Note is a 7 inch Android tablet with an NVIDIA Tegra 4 processor, a 1280 x 800 pixel display, and a special passive stylus that supports pressure-sensitive input. NVIDIA is partnering with a number of hardware companies to produce and sell Tegra Note tablets around the globe, and now one of the first models is available in the US.

You can pick up an EVGA Tegra Note 7 from Newegg for $200.

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The tablet has 1GB of RAM, 16GB of storage, WiFi, Bluetooth, GPS, and Android 4.2 Jelly Bean software.

It’s also designed for gaming, and features NVIDIA’s speedy ARM Cortex-A15 quad-core processor and support for the Tegra Zone game store as well as the Google Play Store.

While the Tegra Note doesn’t have the full HD screen you get with some other 7 inch tablets (like the 2013 Google Nexus 7 or the Amazon Kindle HDX), it can handle HD video playback and just about any Android game you can throw at it.

The tablet also supports wireless game controllers, has HDMI output for streaming videos, games, or other content to your TV, and features a microSD card slot for extra storage space.

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5 replies on “EVGA Tegra Note tablet is now available for $200”

  1. A Gig doesn’t seem very future proofed but I wish reviewers would say more about the screen other than its resolution.The screen is really important and resolution isn’t the only important factor to consider. How bright do I need the screen to be and will I still get reasonable battery life? How does the screen look under glare? Do smudges show up when there is glare of natural light in a room?

  2. Arguably any Bluetooth-equipped Android tablet supports wireless game controllers.

  3. I’m still not sure whether I’d buy this or not, great processor but only 1GB of RAM which might come back to bite me during, idk, modern combat 8 or something suitably heavy duty. Anyone know of an easy way of monitoring how much memory apps actually use while in-use (so switching to the android settings menu mid-game doesn’t count)?

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