Back in September, Nvidia announced the Tegra Note, a $200 reference tablet that will be customized and sold by various partners around the world. Now that the first commercial models are beginning to hit the stores, Nvidia is demonstrating some of the core features of the 7-inch device on video.
Just a few months after its release, the Shield handheld console from Nvidia is receiving a substantial update that should really expand its gaming appeal.
Nvidia Shield may have only hit the market three months ago now, but that’s not stopping talk of the next-gen model from already surfacing. Keep reading to hear more!
Battlefield, one of the most popular game franchises, may soon include a high quality mobile game. EA exec Frank Gibeau discussed the possibility of translating the gaming experience of AAA console titles to the smaller screens of mobile devices
AnandTech just released a damning report on benchmark cheating, revealing that, with a few exceptions, devices from major Android OEMs are “optimized” to deliver top results in benchmark tests.
This week, the new Nexus got the “forgot in a bar” treatment, the One Max revealed a little more of its secrets, we peered into the future of Android KitKat and beyond, Cyanogen dropped the bomb on us, Nvidia showed us its Note, and we remembered that HP does Android.
The Tegra Note a 7-inch reference tablet powered by Tegra 4, that Nvidia will sell through its partners at prices starting from $199.
From your smartphone, to your car, to your washing machine, there could be an ARM-designed Cortex chip in most devices that you use every day.
Rumors of NVIDIA’s plans to enter the tablet market with a 7-inch tablet called the Tegra Tab have been circulating for about a month. Now the first official confirmation that the tablet exists has appeared due to filing information seen from Taiwan’s NCC.
The HP Slate 8 Pro tablet has appeared on GFX Bench, sporting a Nvidia Tegra 4 processor, 2GB of RAM, and a 1600×1200 pixel display. But is that enough to turn HP into a serious contender in the tablet market?