Saturday, February 22, 2014

NVidia Tegra Note 7 4G LTE-Enabled Tablet for About $300 Only

Going back in December of 2013, I heard that NVidia is about to introduce a new line of 7-inch tablet. An Android 4.4 (KitKat) powered machine treated with a quad-core Tegra 4 CPU to hit the market in the first quarter of this year. The company is keeping their promises to brought up the said device in a very affordable and budget-friendly prices.

NVidia Tegra Note 7 has a 4G LTE and HSPA+ mobile broadband support just like of other prominent brands in stores. This might be the advantage of the said tablet over the blockbuster iPad of Apple and the 7-inch slate of Samsung. According to report, buyers can choose from as low as $199.00 model (not a 4G LTE-enabled) to a maximum of $299.00 variant.

NVidia Tegra Note 7 4G LTE-Enabled Tablet

The costly model is a 4G LTE-enabled version of Tegra Note 7 with the same underlying specs. Both are powered by NVidia Tegra 4 ARM Cortex-A15 quad-core technology packed with 1GB of RAM, 16GB of built-in storage, Micro HDMI and SD card slots, 5-megapixel of main and VGA front-facing camera, and a stylus pen (Chisel and Brush).

Furthermore, Tegra Note 7 supports LTE global cellular connectivity for United States and European (to be distributed by Dixons) bands. That includes the pioneering HSPA+ and Edge network technology of the said regions. In addition, availability of this tablet in Asia and Brazil will be distributed by Gigabyte, Zotac, Zolo, and EVGA under their flagships.

And before I can forget, this is the first of its kind to sport an Android 4.4 (KitKat) operating system with a handful of new app from Google's Play Store.



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