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Thread: NVIDIA Tegra Note Tablet launched with unveiled with 1.8 GHz Tegra 4 CPU

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    NVIDIA Tegra Note Tablet launched with unveiled with 1.8 GHz Tegra 4 CPU

    Nvidia has now launched its first gaming tablet powered by amazing 1.8 GHz Tegra 4 CPU. This single CPU supported by a Co-processor is capable enough to give you high end multi-tasking and gaming performance. Also in terms of multi-media the device is good enough to give HD experience. Tegra note is a amazing 7inch tablet. It will be right to say that this is the fastest 7inch tablet in the market. Tegra Note runs on a unique hardware combination. I do not think there is any other model in the market which is capable of meeting its hardware config.

    With this tablet, Nvidia also unveiled its new Tegra 4 processor for mobile platform. The CPU is already used in some HP ultra-sleek notebooks running Windows 8 OS. The technology features a 72custom core GPU which offer outstanding performance on mobile platform. The processor is unique for multimedia, gaming, web surfing, text reading, etc. IT also supports HDR Imaging, WEBGL and HTML 5 content. The CPU is based on Quad Core ARM technology which gives is amazing power for doing a number of various jobs instantly on portable platform. This is the second generation processor which is more powerful and low on battery usage. High battery consumption is one of the major issue with many tablet and Smartphone. This CPU will remain low and work fine. It is loaded with one of the most efficient CPU core.


    Tegra 4 is a complete technology which offers you a mixture of amazing hardware configure. It has a two edition. Tegra 4 and Tegra 4i. Tegra Note will have Tegra 4. The front 7inch screen offers you 1280x800 pixel resolution powered by IPS technology. The tablet also comes with a upgrade Stylus called a Nvidia DirectStylus which is more unique and better in output. It is going to add more performance. Nvidia has not confirmed yet on which Android OS this tablet is going to work. A short specification detail is mentioned below.

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    Re: NVIDIA Tegra Note Tablet launched with unveiled with 1.8 GHz Tegra 4 CPU

    Specification:
    • Tegra 4 mobile processor with quad-core Cortex-A15 CPU and 72-core GeForce GPU
    • 7-inch HD IPS LCD display (1280 x 800)
    • Rear 5MP and front VGA webcam
    • 16GB storage with microSD expandable up to an additional 32GB
    • Front-facing “HD Audio” stereo speakers with a unique bass-reflex port
    • Chisel and Brush tips for natural writing and broad strokes Stylus
    • Micro HDMI connector to drive big screen TV videos and gaming
    • 100% Android with latest version of the OS
    • Over-the-air software updates directly from NVIDIA
    • 10 hours HD video playback


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