An increasing number of manufacturers is entering the market for tablets. Recently, EVGA and Zotac, known for their graphics cards, introduced Tegra Note tablets. Gigabyte is now added to the list, as the Taiwanese motherboard giant has introduced a tablet based on Nvidia's reference design, with Gigabyte's own logo.
The Tegra Note features Nvidia's Tegra 4 SoC, combined with 1 GB of memory. The device has 16 GB of storage capacity and is powered by a 4100 mAh battery. The 7-inch display offers a 1280x800 pixel resolution and can also be used with the bundled stylus. The tablet has dimensions of 200x120x9.4 mm and weighs 320 grams.
Gigabyte's Tegra Note has a recommended price of $199.