Why Nvidia's Tegra Note Will Be The Most Exciting Tablet Of 2013 : All Features Explained

    The Nexus 7 tablet was a revolutionary product since it was able to bring in solid performance at just $200. Nvidia was instrumental in making Google's tablet a powerful performer since it provided technology that was cost effective and efficient. Nvidia is ready to repeat its genius with a new tablet that it just announced, The Tegra Note. Priced at only $199, the tablet will deliver far more bang for its buck than the efficient and wonderful Nexus 7.



    While its display (1280 x 800 resolution IPS) isn't as impressive as the Nexus 7II Gen (1920 x 1200), it has a lot going for it under the hood. The slate packs a Tegra 4 processor and an articulate stylus with multiple tips. For imaging, there's a camera that is capable of HDR imaging and even slow-mo video.

    For storage you'll find 16GB on board the slate plus a microSD slot for further expansion. The device also has a micro HDMI socket. For sound, the slate has some nice speakers with a bass reflex port that goes on to deliver "the widest frequency range in a tablet" according to Nvidia.

    Yes, the device will use Android, but unlike most other manufacturers, Nvidia will provide a pure, stock Android experience, meaning that you won't have to deal with bloated, bulky, redundant UI additions.

    Do go through the slider below for the tablet's revolutionary features and technology that are bound to excite you. For more information on Nvidia's products and components, follow us on Facebook Twitter and Google Plus.

    Update : As we've mentioned in the sliders below, the Tegra Note is not a consumer tablet. It will serve as a reference design tablet for Nvidia's partners to adopt and brand as their own. The company has confirmed that its Tegra Note will be released in India via Xolo.

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    Pencil-on-paper like experience

    First we'd like to talk about the device's revolutionary "Direct Stylus". The fine-tip passive stylus can be used to draw lines of different width simply by varying the pressure applied by the user. By combining this with the third generation of Nvidia's own Direct Touch technology, users will be able to experience high precision results when they try drawing with tablets.


    Direct Touch

    Nvidia says that the precision of DirectTouch is many, many times higher than your normal touch controller and that it offers greater sample rates. In fact, the slate can pick up even the finest and most subtle movements of the stylus accurately, thus allowing you to achieve pencil-on-paper like accuracy while drawing on its screen with a stylus.

    “World's fastest mobile processor”

    Starting with the Tegra Note tablet, Nvidia will be packing its future slates with its new Tegra 4 processor, which features a quad-core processor along with a fifth, low power, core that's dedicated to saving battery life. Nvidia's CEO Jen-Hsun Huang claims that Tegra 4 is the world's fastest mobile processor, easily beating everything currently on the market.

    Advanced Imaging Capabilities

    The company also added that apart from just games faster, the slate's going to be great for imaging as well. A new imaging engine, the "Nvidia computational photography engine." will allow for high-dynamic range (HDR) photography and slow-mo video. The company asked users to also expect a unique new HDR mode that could open to the door to HDR video in the coming future.


    Nvidia will not be selling the tablets by itself. Instead, it will stick with its tradition of supplying partners like EVGA and ZOTAC with tablets that are ready to go, thereby allowing it access to deeper global markets with ease.

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