Tegra Note from NVIDIA to hit the market November 19

NVIDIA Tegra Note

You wouldn’t normally expect NVIDIA to come up with a tablet, but they did anyway. Because of their huge experience making chipsets, NIVIDIA felt confident enough to develop their own version of affordable tablet, a device that most likely will not challenge the major manufacturers just yet. Still, after using devices that were powered by Tegra processors, we are prepared to give Tegra Note a chance.

Powered by a Tegra 4 quad core processor, Tegra Note looks like a bundle of interesting features that seemingly come together to make a low end device. We don’t mean this in a bad way, however, as we are sure that NVIDIA’s $199.99 device will be more than capable of carrying its weight. All we’re saying is that overall, this tablet looks like the opposite of high-end devices, or at least that’s the impression we get.

In terms of hardware specs, Tegra Note features a 7 inch 1280 x 800 screen, a 5 MP camera, and an Android OS. There is the issue of RAM memory unfortunately, as the device only features 1 GB. Even so, NIVIDIA takes great pride in its Direct Stylus device, a stylus device that is extremely accurate and resilient. They even posted a video showing off the accuracy of its stylus device, so at least they got that working for them.