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Gigabyte Tegra Note 7 Android Tablet for $215 +$23 Shipping to Sydney from Storm Computers

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Tegra Note 7, 7 inch Android tablet with stylus for $215.

Specs

  • 1.8 GHz Tegra 4
  • 1GB RAM
  • 16GB storage + Micro SD card slot (Up to 32GB)
  • 7" IPS screen (1280 x 800)

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closed Comments

  • +4 votes

    this is the tegra 4 tablet. comes in 2 brands (from the last review i saw). Gigabyte and eVGA brand…… on top of my head, i might be wrong. PCCasegear had the gigabyte version.

    edit: found the review
    http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/nvidia-tegra-note-7-evga...

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    Wow Nvidia Tegra tablet. Tempting price. Wish i havent bought my Asus Vivotab Note 8

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      Is that you Jondenly?

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        Nope, Im Jordanly.

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      Gigabyte is a respected motherboard manufacturer..

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    I just clicked on the link……. it stated gigabyte , how could it be no brand? :( I like Gigabyte more than Asus

    again…. the 1st post might be true as in 3rd party built but checked by Gigagbyte QA and name it as Gigabyte

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      OP has since updated the post and title.
      It was a crap post with zero detail initially.

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        yeah my 1st reply was based on what i know about tegra 4 and note 7 as no details posted before. The second post based based on after i clicked the link……

  • +1 vote

    Hardly a no-name.
    Peoples are quick to forget that Tegra powered the original Nexus 7s.

    http://www.anandtech.com/show/7508/nvidia-tegra-note-7-revie...

    Not worthy of a neg, but not worthy of a positive vote either.

  • +2 votes

    for those saying NO brand are you really go into the page and read the deal or you just simply using your mouse and click?? tagra 4 chip gigabyte tablet, this is really good price!

    shame on you guys

  • -3 votes

    so cheap!!!!!! i bought 3!!

  • +1 vote

    If this had 2GB, it would be as good, if not better than the note 8. I would prefer the Tegra 4, over the damn Samsung chipset in Note 8.

    Not worthy of a neg. though. It does have some nice features (mSD slot, stylus, HDMI)

    <$200 will be a good price for this.

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      The best way around this is to get the tablet rooted and then get Virtual memory to work. Have had a lot of success with other phones/tabs with 1GB RAM to get more things running.

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    Screen resolution, Memory, storage and no 3g are a let down.
    Still happy with my 10", 2GB mem, 32Gb storage, full HD, 3g chinese tablet