Tegra Note 7
The Tegra Note 7 is an Android-powered tablet that Nvidia sells through partners like EVGA, PNY Technologies and Zotac. The Tegra Note consists of a 7-inch IPS display operating at 1,280 x 800, Nvidia’s Tegra 4 SoC which is made up of a quad-core Cortex-A15 CPU clocked at 1.8GHz and a 72-core GeForce GPU, 16GB of flash storage, PureAudio speakers, a 5-megapixel rear camera, a microSD card slot, a micro-HDMI port and a built-in stylus that includes two different tips.
Great gaming performance.
MicroSD storage expansion.
A comfortable stylus that delivers a smooth experience.
DirectStylus is great.
Excellent cover (sold separately).
Plenty of power.
Pure Android OS.
Lacks handwriting recognition.
Unless you're using the cover, the embedded groove is useless and uncomfortable.
Mediocre front-facing camera.
The tablet sometimes gets stuck.
Could be a little lighter.
Needs more high-end games.
Resolution doesn't beat the competition
By Engadget on January 17, 2014
There's no shortage of tablets available on the market, but it's surprisingly difficult to find one that performs well for an affordable price. Aside from the Nexus tablets Google has put out over the past two years, we've only seen a few...-
By TechRadar on January 16, 2014
Still not convinced by Android? Then the latest iPad Mini is probably your best alternative, but alongside the much cheaper Tegra Note 7, it's really only the design that could possibly swing you.90
By Know Your Mobile on January 14, 2014
The Tegra Note is a pretty good tablet overall with plenty of power, stock Android, good drawing capabilities, excellent connectivity and a decent display and camera combo. As a portable multimedia device it should be quite capable, but the really...80
By itproportal.com on November 18, 2013
Nvidia's leading competitors are cheating a little. Google, Amazon, and even Barnes & Noble are selling break-even tablets and making their money elsewhere, while Advent Vega and Nvidia actually need to make a profit off the Tegra Note 7 hardware....60
By AnandTech on November 12, 2013
I suspect building NVIDIA's brand in the mobile space and at the same time making the traditional GPU partners happy with a tablet platform they can somewhat call their own is the real success story for Tegra Note.-
By cnet on November 12, 2013
Though its design and features can't compare with the Galaxy Note 8, the EVGA Tegra Note 7 delivers a solid stylus experience for almost half the price.73
By SlashGear on November 12, 2013
That precision comes at a price, however, and it’s now one that casual note-takers needn’t extend to: the Tegra Note 7 does sufficiently well at just $199. Throw in its potency as a gaming machine (and, even if you’re not a gamer, the usefulness of being able to control media playback from the sofa with a...-
By AndroidCentral on November 12, 2013
I'm going to enjoy quality-time with Dead Trigger 2 and Riptide GP2 on this while I have it, and will be eagerly waiting for the December update to 4.3 and camera improvements. I don't think this will change any of the above recommendation, but it's something you have to keep in mind.80
By Pocket-Lint on November 12, 2013
In the week we've been using the device we've been taken in by it hook, line and sinker. A touch less weight, the latest Android OS and a higher resolution in version two and we'll have near perfection.80
By PCPer on November 12, 2013
If you already have a Nexus 7 in your life, then there isn’t really enough new on the Tegra Note 7 to warrant an upgrade. But for users that are looking to enter the tablet market, the 7-in device being released this month from NVIDIA and EVGA is clearly among the best options in terms of performance, value, and features.80