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Nvidia-designed

The EVGA Tegra Note 7 is an Nvidia-designed 7-inch tablet that houses a Tegra 4 and includes a stylus.

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Texture

The back of the tablet is magnetized to help keep the cover attached. It can be annoying when it starts sticking to random pieces of metal, though.

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Plenty features

From left to right: Micro-USB, Micro-HDMI, headphone jack, power/sleep button, and above that a 5-megapixel camera.

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Accurate

Writing with the stylus feels natural and smooth, especially for a $200 tablet.

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Speakerbox

The Dolby Digital-enhanced speakers are located on each of the horizontal bezels.

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Thin? Well...

Not the thinnest tablet in the world, but not too thick either.

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Stylus cradle

The Note 7 was obviously built with the stylus in mind.

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A cover

The Note 7 includes the slide cover that doubles as a stand, very reminiscent of Apple's Smart Cover for iPads.

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