Nvidia has released a blueprint of a good performance and quality tablet for $199(R1999).
The tablet is a 7-inch tablet packing a Tegra 4 processor with a built in stylus with multiple tips, and a camera that records in HD. The Tegra Note has 16GB onboard storage, MicroSD slot, and mini HDMI port. The only downside of the tablet is the screen as the new Nexus 7 has a better display with 1920 x 1200 resolution vs the Tegra’s 7-inch 1280 x 800 resolution.
The tablet also has some good quality sound thanks to the speakers and a bass-reflex port, the sweet thing about the Tegra Note is that it extends the Nvidia Shield control scheme to any compatible Bluetooth game controller allowing one to navigate the tablet while the tablet is hooked up to monitor.
Expect the Tegra tablet in October as the company is late to the market its trying to pull itself together and set the standards once again, even if other chip makers are eating up at its market.