Nvidia has unveiled its own tablet computer to highlight its chip technology. The Tegra Note running the Android OS will be available in the coming months for USD 199 with a range of partners, including EVGA and PNY Technologies in North America; EVGA, Oysters and ZOTAC in Europe; Colorful, Shenzhen Homecare Technology and Zotac in Asia-Pacific; and Xolo in India. The 7-inch tablet runs the Tegra 4 processor with a 72-core GeForce GPU and quad-core Cortex-A15 CPU. It also features Nvidia's DirectStylus technology to control the device with a touch stylus pen, and the Nvidia PureAudio technology to improve sound over the stereo speakers. It comes with 16 GB storage and a microSD card slot, as well as micro HDMI port, 5 megapixel rear camera and a VGA front webcam.
Nvidia is also providing the SmugMug Camera Awesome app, with features like tap-to-track and 100 fps video with slow-motion playback, and TegraZone gaming, with access to exclusive games optimised for its processor. Further software updates will be provided over the air.