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eVGA Tegra NOTE 7 tablet announced, coming soon

This morning NVIDIA announced some pretty major news that they'll be supplying tons of manufacturers with an entire Android tablet platform. That being their often leaked 7-inch Tegra Tab. Instead though, this will be called the Tegra Note and sold from many 3rd party suppliers they use today in their GeForce PC lineup. eVGA, PNY, Zotac and more. We won't see watercooled tablets, but you can bet they'll still perform quite well.

NVIDIA Tegra Note tablet platform gets official for $199

The Android tablet market is about to get a massive shake up from the folks at NVIDIA. Many of you have probably seen the leaks of the NVIDIA Tegra Tab, and today we're getting all the details. They aren't selling it, instead they've built an entire platform around the Tegra 4 quad-core processor, and their partners like eVGA (from the PC space) will be selling impressive tablets starting at $199.

NVIDIA Tegra Tab spotted and specs confirmed as it clears the NCC

Back in August some new details and trademark filings revealed that NVIDIA was planning to enter the Android tablet market. With official press images and trademark details revealing a new Tegra 4 quad-core powered "Tegra Tab" coming in at 7-inches and rocking some impressive specs. Well, today we've got further confirmation as the device has just cleared the NCC, which is similar to our FCC, only for Taiwan.

Asphalt 8: Airborne Review on NVIDIA SHIELD

After months of waiting the folks from Gameloft have just released the 8th installment to their classic racing franchise for mobile. That being Asphalt 8: Airborne. We saw it when Google announced the Nexus 7 followed by a slight delay, and today it's officially available for almost all Android devices. Oh, and it works amazingly well with the NVIDIA SHIELD, so we're doing our review with that device. Check out this high flying, octane-boosting game below.

Household Hacker shows off how to get 9000 games on NVIDIA SHIELD

As you all know, we are pretty big fans of the NVIDIA SHIELD Android-powered game controller and console around here. Offering up the power of NVIDIA's Tegra 4 quad-core and a 5-inch 720p HD display all built inside and onto a dedicated game controller. Well, there's tons of Android and Steam games you can play, but a popular YouTube channel is showing us nearly 9000 games all using emulators.
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