Solid stylus features at an affordable price

If you’re looking for a cheaper alternative to the Samsung Galaxy Note 8, the EVGA Tegra Note 7 is your best bet. It costs only $200 — compared to the Note 8’s $380 price tag — and is outfitted with enough features to satisfy those looking to save some cash, while still taking advantage of a stylus interface.

However, you won’t have to look too closely to see where Nvidia cut some corners in design. The long, uncomfortable groove along the tablet’s right edge — a space which the included screen cover/stand slides into — the uncovered microSD slot, and the plastic-y cheap feel of its body (despite a rather smooth back), all indicate that while EVGA and Nvidia offer a lot for $200, some sacrifices were made to get to that price.

And that’s not to mention the unimpressive 1,280×800 resolution screen that randomly locks itself into a horizontal position, a crappy front camera, and dearth of useful stylus apps.  More