ADVENT Vega Tegra Note 7 aims for UK with NVIDIA’s tablet design

Nov 6, 2013
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This week the folks at ADVENT have made clear that they’re going to be the first in the world to push announcement of their version of the NVIDIA Tegra Note 7 tablet. The ADVENT Vega Tegra Note 7 works with an NVIDIA Tegra 4 quad-core processor and is headed to the UK specifically. We’ll be expecting a variety of manufacturers to release their own Note 7 devices here in the United States as well - sooner than later!

The ADVENT Vega Tegra Note 7 works with a 7-inch LCD display coming in at 1200 x 800 pixels, powered by the newest in new NVIDIA Tegra processing power. You’ll find Tegra 4 rolling with 72-core GeForce GPU technology and a quad-core Cortex-A15 CPU paired with a single battery-saving core. You’ll be able to see a whole heck of a lot more about this processor in the SlashGear 101: Tegra 4 guide we pushed earlier this year.

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The ADVENT Vega Tegra Note 7 works with NVIDIA DirectStylus technology allowing the average stylus to take some next-level steps that goes processor-deep. You’ll find DirectStylus to be working with Direct Touch 2.0 technology, this allowing a cool 200 scans a second to get detail the likes of which you’ll have never seen before (without a dedicated digitizer, that is). This is five times your typical 60Hz touch scan rate - if you’re in to that sort of thing.

You’ll also have Tegra 4-embedded NVIDIA Chimera computational photography in this tablet, allowing you the abilities we saw earlier this year on reference technology. This machine works with the first implementation of an Android-based SmugMug Camera Awesome app as well. Have a peek at Chimera here in an earlier implementation:

This machine will be available in the UK through retailers like Currys and PC World. You’ll find the machine available for a surprising 179.99 pounds, aka right around $289.91 USD. We’re expecting this machine to come in at right around that price range for several manufacturers here in the USA as well - stay tuned!


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