NVIDIA officially took the wraps off of its Tegra Note mobile platform a few weeks back, though rumors had been circulating for months that the company was designing its own tablet. If you’re unfamiliar with the Tegra Note, it’s a 7”, Android-based tablet, powered by NVIDIA’s Tegra 4 SoC. Beyond that, the Tegra Note also marks NVIDIA’s second foray into the consumer electronics market, with an in-house designed product; NVIDIA's SHIELD was the first. With the Tegra Note 7, however, NVIDIA is following a similar model to its graphics card business. NVIDIA designed the Tegra Note reference platform, but it is up to its retail partners to market, sell and support the devices. We’ve got a retail-ready EVGA Tegra Note 7 in house and will give you the goods on the pages ahead. Unlike some earlier previews you may have seen already, however, we’ve updated the device to the just-released, official Android 4.3 OTA ROM...
EVGA Tegra Note 7 Android 4.3 Tablet Review
"though we do with the device had more than 1GB of RAM."
Might want to fix that HH, just a friendly tip :)
Arrgh... got it. Thanks for the heads-up!
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