We spotted what’s being alleged to be the NVIDIA Tegra Tab just last month, and today it looks like we’re one step closer to the tablet becoming a reality as it made its official stop at the FCC this week which includes photos, its user manual and a hint that indicates the tablet may not actually be called the Tegra Note when it’s released.
First off, let’s take a look at what the NVIDIA Tegra Note has going on under the hood. The tablet will feature a 7-inch display along with a digital pen that will allow users to interact with it in a number of ways, such as writing notes, drawing or even using special menus only available when using the pen. The Tegra Note will of course be powered by NVIDIA’s Tegra 4 quad-core processor while a number of photos show both a 3200mAh battery as well as a 4100mAh battery, making it unclear which battery will be included when the tablet comes to market.
As for the NVIDIA Tegra Note name, the prototype does have the words “Tegra Note” etched into its rear, but a part of the manual includes the word “BRAND,” which means the tablet could be a reference device that may be re-branded and sold by different companies.
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