Tegra Note is the tablet PC hardware platform entirely managed by NVIDIA, including updates, that the company has presented a few months ago, probably in the hope of a greater diffusion of its Tegra 4, which this year has struggled compared to the overwhelming power of Qualcomm. Pre-orders of Tegra Note are therefore today pledges to the U.S. for $199 and in the United Kingdom for £ 170.
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Readers with the most attentive eye will have recognized an icon that we showed you a few hours ago, in the tablet’s dock above: this is Awesome Room, a note app for the camera with which NVIDIA has signed agreements to handle the peculiarities of his chip, including tap-to-track and video at 120 fps slow-motion playback and even HDR always-on (but only after a future OTA). We had indeed already clarified this fact about the app a few hours ago, but it’s still strange that NVIDIA will reaffirm the use on a tablet, which perhaps is not the first device that can think of talking about photography on the move.
The company warns, so that there will be many tablets based on Tegra Note in the coming months, in particular for Europe partners are ADVENT, EVGA, ZOTAC, Oysters and, no offense, but I’m not really prominent names in Android; which is a shame, because judging from the video following the qualities are there.