NVIDIA Unveils Tegra Note Powered by Tegra 4 Processor
NVIDIA has unveiled the Tegra Note, which is a 7-inch tablet powered by the Tegra 4 processor. The tablet is priced at US$199 and will be sold through partners like Zotac and Shenzhen Homecare Technology for countries in the Asia Pacific region.
The specifications of the Tegra Note are as follows:-
- Processor: Tegra 4 mobile processor with quad-core Cortex-A15 CPU and 72-core GeForce GPU
- Display: 7-inch HD IPS LCD display (1280 x 800)
- Camera: Rear 5MP and front VGA webcam
- Storage: 16GB storage with microSD expandable up to an additional 32GB
- Audio: Front-facing “HD Audio” stereo speakers with a unique bass-reflex port
- Stylus: Chisel and Brush tips for natural writing and broad strokes
- Peripherals: Micro HDMI connector to drive big screen TV videos and gaming
- Operating System: 100% Android with latest version of the OS
- Software Updates: Over-the-air software updates directly from NVIDIA
- Battery Life: 10 hours HD video playback
One of the unique features of the Tegra Note is its stylus input feature named NVIDIA DirectStylus technology. It was first showcased at Computex in June this year and is based on the Prism Display Technology, first introduced in Tegra 3. Now, it has been enhanced for the Tegra 4, enabling a normal stylus to act like a digital one, with "responsive experience with finer point and broader stroke control." There are also software applications that are ready to take advantage of the DirectStylus technology. For more information on the Tegra Note, please visit this link from NVIDIA.