The Nvidia Tegra Note was launched last fall and served as a starting platform for a few affordable devices with Tegra 4 CPUs made by various OEMs. Now the device is getting an upgrade, with 4G LTE capability added.
This version will be available from Nvidia partners in the second quarter of the year and the pricing will be around $299. Nvidia won’t be selling the tablet itself, instead the Tegra Note will be rebranded only keeping part of its name. Nvidia expects availability of the product to expand to areas like Brazil, Western Europe and Ukraine over the next months.
Among the partners selling this product we find EVGA, Dixons, Gigabyte, Gazer, Zotac, Xolo and Gradiente. Other than the extra 4G LTE, the specs stay the same and include a 7 inch 1280 x 800 IPS screen, a quad core Tegra 4 CPU and a 5 MP rear camera. Nvidia also promised an upcoming Android 4.4 KitKat update, that should be arriving soon.