Nvidia added the Tegra Note 7 to its 7 inch line-up back in September and now the speedy 7 inch tablet is getting even quicker with the addition of LTE. The original Tegra Note 7 retailed at $199 (£1200 tablet comes packing a Tegra 4 processor, excellent audio quality and also a stylus input, the Note 7 also comes running Android 4.4.2 KitKat.
Nvidia are now adding LTE and HSPA+ into the mix as well as increasing the availability of the device to Western Europe, Brazil and the Ukraine.
Nvidia have gone on to explain the new technology inside of their new LTE tablet which makes it so fast, the NVIDIA i500 processor has a unique software defined radio technology meaning that the chip can deliver various new features via software, instead of having to replace the entire chipset. The chip is 40 percent the size of an average modem, so it takes up way less room, meaning the overall device can be thinner and lighter and it has 4 times the processing capability of its predecessor.
The Note 7 family also recently received an over the air update which adds support for Bluetooth game controllers, making Android based games a lot more enjoyable to play.
The LTE edition Note 7 comes with a 7 inch HD IPS LCD display with a resolution of (1280 x 800) under the hood you can find a Tegra 4 processor with quad-core Cortex-A15 CPU helped along by the 72-core GeForce GPU. The Note 7 has a 5 megapixel round the back if you need to capture any shots and just a run of the mill VGA on the front for video calls.
The LTE Note 7 starts at $299 (£179) and will be sold here in the UK by Dixons retail