The same ol' Tegra Note

The Tegra Note 7 with LTE is simply the original Tegra Note with an i500 modem, giving it the power of LTE.
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Reference

The Tegra Note 7's reference design lacks the comfortable textured back of the EVGA model.
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i500 inside

Nvidia's i500 modem powers the Tegra Note 7's LTE power.
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Tegra 4

Rather than using a Tegra 4i, Nvidia sticks with the Tegra 4 and adds the i500 modem so as to not sacrifice performance.
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More expensive

At $300, the LTE Note 7 is $100 more expensive than the Wi-Fi version.
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Ports aplenty

When a tablet lacks enough ports, it can really spoil my multiple ports party. Not so much here!
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Still 720p

The Tegra Note 7 is one of the few tablets I've been recently impressed with that features a 1,280x800-pixel-resolution screen.
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The magic

This is where the magic happens. The SIM card magic.
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