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Google Nexus 9 powered by Tegra K1

Nexus 9

Google Nexus 9 powered by Tegra K1

Google Nexus 9 powered by Tegra K1

 

Google has just announced their new Nexus 9 tablet which will utilize Nvidia's newest Tegra K1 SoC. More Specifically it will be the 64-bit version based on Nvidia's dual-core custom built Denver CPU design, marking that architectures first release in shipping product.

The new Tablet will feature a 8.9" IPS screen with a 2048x1536 display resolution (a 4:3 resolution), a 6700 mAh battery and the all new Android 5.0 operating system.

 

Google Nexus 9 powered by Tegra K1   

Tegra K1 using 64-bit Denver cores are unique to Nvidia, it marks the first time NVIDIA has not used standard cores designs from ARM in it's SoC designs.

 

Google Nexus 9 powered by Tegra K1   

The Nexus 9 will weigh in at 425g, which is lighter than the iPad Air weighs 478g. It will have 16GB and 32GB capacity options. Google will sell both a 32GB Wi-Fi and 32GB LTE models with the LTE version.

Pricing is set at $399 for the 16GB model, $479 for the 32GB model and $599 for the 32GB+LTE version. 

 

Screen 8.9" IPS LCD TFT 4:3 aspect ratio QXGA (2048x1536) 
 Size  153.68 mm x 228.25 mm x 7.95 mm  
 Weight WiFi: 14.99 ounces (425g) LTE: 15.38 ounces (436g) 
 Camera Rear Camera: 8MP, f/2.4, 29.2mm focal length (35mm equiv), Auto-focus, LED flash Front Camera: 1.6MP, f/2.4, 26.1mm focal length (35mm equiv), Fixed-focus, no flash 
 Audio Front-facing stereo speakers, complete with HTC’s BoomSound™ technology
 Memory 16, 32 GB eMMC 4.51 storage (actual formatted capacity will be less)  
 CPU NVIDIA Tegra K1 - 64 bit; Dual Denver CPUs @ 2.3 GHz 
 GPU Kepler 192-core GPU 
 RAM 2GB LPDDR3
 Wireless Broadcom 802.11ac 2x2 (MIMO)

 

 Network Quad-band GSM, CDMA, Penta-band HSPA, 4G LTE
 Power** 6700 mAh Wifi Browsing: Up to 9.5 hours LTE Browsing: Up to 8.5 hours Video Playback: Up to 9.5 hours Wifi Standby: Up to 30 days LTE Standby: Up to 30 days
 Sensors GNSS support for GPS, GLONASS, and Beidou Bosch gyroscope and accelerometer AKM magnetometer & hall effect sensor Capella ambient light sensor
 Ports & Connectors Single micro-USB 2.0 for USB data/charging 3.5mm audio jack Dual front-facing speakers Dual microphones, top/bottom 
 OS Android 5.0 Lollipop

 

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Most Recent Comments

15-10-2014, 14:44:47

MadShadow
looks.. so... beautiful...Quote

15-10-2014, 14:54:40

barnsley
don't like it.

Nice job at making an expensive product look like a budget tablet. Its a shame as the specifications are awesome.

Also the pricing is aimed exactly at the iPad. Why?Quote

15-10-2014, 14:55:58

MadShadow
Quote:
Originally Posted by barnsley View Post
don't like it.

Nice job at making an expensive product look like a budget tablet. Its a shame as the specifications are awesome.

Also the pricing is aimed exactly at the iPad. Why?
How does it look like a budget tablet?Quote

15-10-2014, 15:08:22

barnsley
Quote:
Originally Posted by MadShadow View Post
How does it look like a budget tablet?
Its got the generic Apple copy look at the front (that almost all the cheap android tablets have) and a coloured, plastic looking back.Quote

15-10-2014, 15:14:04

MadShadow
Quote:
Originally Posted by barnsley View Post
Its got the generic Apple copy look at the front (that almost all the cheap android tablets have) and a coloured, plastic looking back.
I'd have to disagree. I think it looks very elegant and simplistic.Quote
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