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Tegra 4 device launch roundup
Unsurprisingly, Nvidia’s new top of the line chip is being put to work in tablets and other home entertainment products, remember that the Tegra 4i is now Nvidia’s main smartphone chip.
HP Slatebook x2 and Slate 21
We’ll start alphabetically, with HP’s new Slatebook x2 and Slate 21 all-in-one. The HP SlateBook x2 is a 10.1-inch Android tablet come notebook, as it comes bundled with a keyboard base unit. The Tegra 4 processor in HP’s new tablet is clocked up to 1.8GHz, and is accompanied by 2GB of RAM, 64GB of internal storage, and front and rear cameras capable of recording at 1080p and 720p respectively.
The 10.1 inch display has a resolution of 1920×1200, and the tablet also comes with WiFi, Bluetooth, SD Card slot, and an HDMI port. It will be powered by Android 4.2.2, and is set for an August release in India, with prices starting at Rs 39,990.
Next up is HP’s 21 inch Slate, which is an all-in-one Android PC, complete will a full HD (1920×1080) display.
Hp’s new all-in-one also comes with 1GB RAM, WiFi, an Ethernet port, and Bluetooth connectivity, as well as Android 4.2. The Slate 21 will be available in India at the start of August for Rs 24,990.
Nanotech Nuvola NP-1
Nanotech is the next company to take advantage of the processing power available in the Tegra 4, with its new Nuvola NP-1 media player. The small box comes packed in with everything you’ll need for a home media centre and will even output video content at 4k, if you’re lucky enough to own a TV that supports this ultra-high resolution. The system comes with 2GB of RAM, 16GB internal flash storage, and it has external connections for MicroSD and USB devices, if you need the extra space.
Toshiba Excite Pro and Write Pro
Finally, the last devices in our roundup are the Toshiba Excite Pro and Write Pro, another couple of Tegra 4 powered tablets. These are products which may interested those of you looking for a Nexus 10.1 rival, as they both feature a 10.1 inch 2560 x 1600 pixel display, 2GB of RAM, 32GB of built in storage, and Android 4.2 Jelly Bean.
Do any of these devices capture your interest, or has Nvidia left it a little too late again with its Tegra chip?