EVGA Tegra Note 7 review: a gaming tablet with much to offer, much to learn
The NVIDIA Tegra Note 7 is a decent mid-sized tablet priced at $200, and impressively packs a top-notch processor, but the rest of the hardware leaves much to be desired.
- Solid performance
- DisplayStylus works much better than a passive stylus
- Reasonably priced
- Cheap, heavy hardware
- Relatively low-res display
- Disappointing camera
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 products in the $200 price range deserving of our praise. Now NVIDIA is trying its hand with the Tegra Note 7, a mid-sized, WiFi-only tablet that comes with a a clever new type of stylus and a powerful Tegra 4 chip promising strong gaming performance. Our US review unit is dubbed the EVGA Tablet, though it will be sold under different brands in other parts of the world. Read on as we share our experiences of the $200 tablet, which is available for pre-order today and shipping on November 19th.
How It Stacks Up
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