NVIDIA may be preparing to launch a next-generation tablet. An unannounced device from the company showed up at the FCC website, and while there aren’t many details about the NVIDIA P1761W, it definitely seems to be a tablet.

One document refers to it as a Tablet PC, while the label drawings show the outline of a slim device with speakers on the bottom (or maybe docking connectors).

nvidia p1761w

The tablet features 802.11n WiFi, Bluetooth 4.0, and there are labels for North American, European, and global versions of the tablet, which is also referred to is the ST8.

It’s not clear if we’re looking at a next-gen NVIDIA Tegra Note tablet with a new Tegra K1 processor or something else entirely. The original Tegra Note 7 features NVIDIA’s Tegra 4 processor, support for pressure-sensitive pen input, a focus on gaming, and a $200 price tag.

The company unveiled a reference design for tablet with a faster K1 chip, a full HD display, and 4GB of RAM earlier this year.

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6 replies on “NVIDIA tablet shows up at the FCC”

  1. I hate to say it, but this wasn’t entirely unannounced. There have been photos of the Tegra Zone website with a listed Shield Tablet 8, 8 being the size of the screen. Just happy its finally coming to fruition. I hope the stylus sticks around, or they make a note version of it. I had a Note 7 for about a day before it died on me, hopefully build quality is better then last gen.

  2. No wifi ac so not Mocha and no all that high end device.
    5200mAh battery means more than the Note and less than the 6700 Mipad.
    In one of the pdf on page 8 there is a whiten out backside pic but you can see it’s 16:10 and the dimensions at about the size of the LG G Pad so most likely it’s 8.3-8.4 inches depending on bezel size.

    Same pdf on page 10 you got dimensions and weight 221 mm (L) x 126 mm (W) x 8 mm (H) at 350g and this info is confirmed in another pdf too.

    Given the GPU in TK1 maybe Nvidia goes with a high res screen and saves on wifi but then the pricing won’t be great. 1200p at sub 250$ would be nicer than 1440p at 300$.

    EDIT: So Google IO is almost here,what if it’s the new Nexus ,we kinda have half the specs now….

  3. Still no dual band WiFi? How come so many skipping this bonus feature? It really makes a difference in network performance.

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