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EVGA Tegra Note 7

alaTest has collected and analyzed 19 reviews from magazines and websites. People are impressed by the storage and design. The reliability and usability also get good feedback, but there are some mixed comments about the battery. The build quality and features get critical views.

price, usability, reliability, design, storage

screen, camera, features, durability

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Tablets the EVGA Tegra Note 7 is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 92/100 = Excellent quality.

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(Based on 19 reviews)

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Tegra Note 7 Review

 

After leaking in August, stopped by for a quick stint at the FCC website in September, and an official announcement from NVIDIA later that month, we finally got the Tegra Note 7 in our hands for a full review. We […]

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Evga Tegra Note 7

 

If you're looking for a cheaper alternative to the Samsung Galaxy Note 8, the EVGA Tegra Note 7 is your best bet. It costs only $200 -- compared to the Note 8's $380 price tag -- and is outfitted with enough features to satisfy those looking to save...

The EVGA Tegra Note 7 has great gaming performance, microSD storage expansion, and a comfortable stylus that delivers a smooth experience.

Unless you're using the cover, the embedded groove is useless and uncomfortable. The screen resolution isn't as sharp as some recent 7-inch tablets and the front-facing camera is terrible. The tablet sometimes gets stuck in horizontal screen...

Though its design and features can't compare with the Galaxy Note 8, the EVGA Tegra Note 7 delivers a solid stylus experience for almost half the price.

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EVGA Tegra Note 7

 

Nvidia's new Tegra Note 7 has unique features for a $199 Android tablet, but it still feels really cheap.

Fast, particularly for gaming. Pressure-sensitive stylus support. Powerful, front-facing speakers

Very poor build quality. Low-res screen. Awful camera. Apps have limited support for stylus

Fit and finish matter. The new Nvidia Tegra Note 7 delivers impressive features for a $199.99 (list) tablet, with its Tegra 4 processor, throaty speakers, and simulated pressure-sensitive stylus support. But the build quality and camera here are both...

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EVGA Tegra Note 7 Review

 

The stylus was dead, and now it's back. What once was the hallmark of cheap touchscreens and finger-unfriendly software has, thanks in no small part to Samsung's efforts with its Galaxy Note range, had a second-wind; even the popularity of aftermarket...

For those resolutely committed to digital note-taking or artwork on their tablet, an active digitizer is still the pinnacle of mobile penmanship. That precision comes at a price, however, and it’s now one that casual note-takers needn’t extend to: the...

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NVIDIA Tegra Note 7 Review

 

NVIDIA has been doing something interesting of late by making and releasing its own devices with Tegra SoCs inside. We first saw Shield, a handheld gaming console with Tegra 4 inside, and today we're taking a look at a 7-inch tablet packing both Tegra...

It's hard to conclude the review for the Tegra Note since my thoughts focus mainly on its competition. For a while now, it's been hard to recommend any tablet in the 7-inch class that wasn't the Nexus 7, and the refresh made it even harder to do so. At...

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EVGA Tegra Note 7 review: a gaming tablet with much to offer, much to learn

 

There's no shortage of tablets available on the market, but it's surprisingly difficult to find one that performs well for an affordable price. Aside

Solid performance ; DisplayStylus works much better than a passive stylus ; Reasonably priced

Cheap, heavy hardware ; Relatively low-res display ; Disappointing camera

The NVIDIA Tegra Note 7 is a decent mid-sized tablet priced at $200, and impressively packs a top-notch processor, but the rest of the hardware leaves much to be desired.

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EVGA Tegra Note 7 Review

 

The EVGA Tegra Note 7 tablet offers strong performance and an integrated pen experience at an aggressive price.

Bright, vivid display; Strong performance and graphics; Good audio; Smooth and responsive pen; Relatively pure Android experience

Below-average battery life; Not enough pen apps; Lower resolution than Nexus 7 and Kindle HDX; Lacks handwriting recognition

The EVGA Tegra Note 7 tablet offers strong performance and an integrated pen experience at an aggressive price.

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EVGA NVIDIA Tegra Note 7 Review - $199 Tegra 4 Tablet

 

Clearly, NVIDIA’s Tegra line has not been as successful as the company had hoped and expected. The move for the discrete GPU giant into the highly competitive world of the tablet and phone SoCs has been slower than expected, and littered with...

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EVGA Tegra Note 7 Review: Nvidia's Tegra 4 For $200

 

Nvidia is partnering with EVGA on the company's second Tegra 4-based device. Its Tegra Note 7 sells for $200, sports unique stylus technology, and ships with a bloatware-free build of Android. Can it set a new standard for affordable seven-inch tablets?

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Nvidia Tegra Note review: A great Android alternative

 

It has been a long time coming, but finally Nvidia's Tegra Note has arrived. Packing a top of the line Tegra 4 processor, 7-inch screen and some clever camera tweaks, it has all the staples of an Android classic.

Nvidia's first attempt at a tablet definitely isn't a bad one. It offers up a gaming-centric alternative to the Nexus 7 with some Samsung-style pen functionality.

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