Do you want to do more, hear more and play more? That’s what EVGA Tegra NOTE 7 tablet is supposed to be capable of bringing you. It is considered to be the world’s fastest 7 inch table at this point. With the already long list of tablets on the market there is not shortage of one to choose. However when it comes to pricing and performance you may find that this is what separates the boys from the men in terms of tablets.
There are a few sub $200 tablets that are worth purchasing if you really need performance at a low price point. Besides the Google NEXUS tablets few come to mind. However the EVGA Tegra NOTE 7 is a mid sized powerful tablet that should bring about changes. The Tegra NOTE went on sale on November 19th and in many places have already sold out.
NVIDIA is looking to spice up the under $200 market with this Wi-Fi only table that come with the stylus. This tablet will be sold under many different brands throughout the world so be on the look out for what it is being called in your neck of the woods.
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EVGA Tegra NOTE 7 SPECIFICATIONS
The Tegra NOTE 7 is of course a 7 inch tablet that comes equipped with the quad-core Tegra 4 chipset and stylus. This slate come in weighing about 11.29 ounces which makes it a few ounces heavier than many of the other slates out there. The Tegra NOTE is bigger and heavier than many of the other tablets but the focus was for gaming.
The display is 1,280 x 800 screen resolution with 217 pixels per inch. Pricing is $199 and for that you will get a note coming in at 7.83 x 4.69 x 0.38 inches, weighing in at 11.29oz and a screen size of 6.97 inches. The screen type is IPS LCD with 15.17Whr battery and 16GB of internal storage.
For external storage there is MicroSDXC that can store up to 64GB and you get both a rear and front facing camera. The rear camera comes with 5megapixels and AF with a 0.3megapixel front-facing camera.
Again the Tegra NOTE 7 only comes in Wi-Fi only with 4.0+LE Bluetooth. 1GB of RAM with dual-band 802.11b/g/n Wifi. The OS is Android 4.2 but stock will always be upgradable to the newest versions.
While it is not the best tablet on the market for the price you would be hard pressed to find something better. However for just $30 more you could just opt to get the Google NEXUS 7. Given that NVIDiA is trying to make the EVGA Tegra NOTE 7 less expensive they did a decent job. If you need a stylus and SD card slot then this is probably what you are looking for especially if gaming is the major reason you are buying a new tablet. Want to buying bigger tablet for multimedia and entertainment use? If you have more budget, the $399 Lumia 2520 10.1 inch tablet from Nokia that powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor promises great multimedia experience.