NVIDIA announced the Tegra Note tablet platform back in September of last year. As the ‘platform’ portion suggests, this is more of a reference, and since then we have seen models from Advent and EVGA, amongst others. The initial release had the Tegra Note tablet powered by Tegra 4, however it looks like an upgrade is currently in the works.
This naturally goes to the NVIDIA announcement we saw coming out of CES, for the K1. Anyway, it seems some AnTuTu benchmarks have surfaced and they are detailing the NVIDIA Tegra Note P1761. The processor is shown as being a Tegra K1 (4 Core + 1 Core). There was also mention of Kepler graphics.
Otherwise, other spec related details coming from the benchmarks show the device as having 16GB of storage space, 2GB of RAM, and running Android 4.4.2 Kit Kat. There was mention of the display sporting a resolution of 1920 x 1200, however a display size was listed as being unknown. Looking at the benchmark scores (seen above), and we are seeing a device that is being compared to the original Tegra Note and the K1 reference device.
The benchmarks are certainly interesting to see, but we must remember these are early results. Not to mention, early results that are based on a leak. Looking back, there was also a set of Tegra K1 benchmarks that appeared in January, not long after the CES announcement. Basically, we are looking forward to the time when we see something a bit more official.