NVIDIA’s involvement in the Android-powered tablet market has seen another device surface, although this time around, it will be making its way to the Taiwan National Communications Commission for regulatory approval. This particular filing depicted the NVIDIA Tegra Tab, where it was accompanied by model number P1640, which has been sent in to test both of its Wi-Fi and Bluetooth radios, while glaringly lacking any cellular radios of note.
The filing depicts a tablet that is similar in appearance to some of the other more detailed images which were leaked out from China sometime in the middle of last month. Very little is known about its internal components at the moment, it is believed to hold some kind of Tegra-based processor underneath the hood, and the Tegra 4 could very well be it. If that were the case, then it would be the same that was used in the Shield handheld gaming system. The missing carrier connectivity does seem to be rather out of place though, don’t you think so? NVIDIA did filed for the Tegra Tab trademark in the US earlier this year in April, but other than that, nothing much has been seen on the part of NVIDIA to offer products under the banner.