The device that Nvidia announced last week, the Tegra Note tablet was in fact a blueprint for OEMs to make their own devices. One of the is the Zotac Tegra Note 7, a gaming tablet pictured below.


Zotac is apparently famous for its Mini PC and video cards, so they know what they’re getting into. Their own Tegra Note 7 keeps pretty much the same design and specs as last week’s product. At the outside we find the same dark chassis, with soft touch finish for extra grip. The screen is a 7 inch 1280 x 800 pixel one with DirectStylus support and we’ve got a Tegra 4 CPU inside.

2 GB of RAM, 16 GB of storage, a microSD card slot, a micro HDMI port, front VGA webcam and 5 MP back camera complete the features list. The camera does HDR and the battery should provide about 10 hours of usage. There’s PureAudio acoustics here and Android 4.2.2 to run the show. There’s no price here, but Nvidia mentioned a sum of $199 last week, so that’s probably it.