We did bring you word that the NVIDIA Tegra Note arrived over at the FCC recently, and this time around, the NVIDIA Tegra Note has been made official. Those with some spare cash in hand might want to consider picking this puppy up, especially when you consider having yet another high powered portable computing device that rises above the mediocrity of middle class hardware. For starters, the NVIDIA Tegra Note will feature a 7” touchscreen at 1,280 x 800 resolution, a microSD memory card slot to further augment the 16GB of internal memory, a “groundbreaking” camera and a decent audio system.
It is said that the NVIDIA Tegra 4 processor running within alongside its battery delivers approximately 10 hours of high definition video playback, while a stylus is also part of the hardware configuration as the NVIDIA Tegra Note retails for $199.99. Strangely enough, the NVIDIA Tegra Note will not be sold by NVIDIA, but rather, it is a reference device which will be sold to other manufacturers for rebranding purposes.
The NVIDIA Tegra Note will begin shipping from next month onward, and Android will be the mobile operating system of choice. NVIDIA did mention that the Tegra Note design will be used by manufacturers “like EVGA and PNY Technologies in North America; EVGA, Oysters, and ZOTAC in Europe; Colorful, GIGABYTE, Shenzhen Homecare Technology and ZOTAC in Asia-Pacific; and XOLO in India.” [Press Release]
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