NVIDIA has officially announced the Tegra Note tablet packing support for a stylus, as rumored in several leaks. The tablet however will not be sold directly by NVIDIA, but by its partners who will market it in their respective markets. This is pretty much what Intel does with its Atom based smartphones over the world. The Tegra Note will be priced at $199 and will be available from October.
The tablet packs a pretty decent hardware with a 7 inch 1280×800 resolution display, 16GB of internal storage coupled with a microSD card slot and a “groundbreaking” camera of unknown resolution which is capable of taking HDR images and slow-mo video. The Tegra Note runs on NVIDIA’s Tegra 4 chip and promises over 10 hours of HD video playback on battery.
The key selling points of the Tegra Note are the new camera and the stylus which has deep support right within the chipset. Despite NVIDIA handing out the responsibility of marketing the tablet to its partners, software updates will still be rolled out by NVIDIA which could mean more timely updates for the Tegra Note.
Source: NVIDIA Blog
Via: The Verge