NVIDIA certainly turned heads when launching its powerfully portable handled, the Shield, a few weeks back. Now the company is strengthening its Android lineup by teaming with U.S. partner EVGA and unveiling its own 7-inch slate dubbed the EVGA Tegra Note 7. Powered by a Tegra quad-core CPU, the device features a 1280×800 display, 5MP camera, 16GB of storage, and micro HDMI port to mirror content onto HDTVs. The device is also said to feature the world’s first HDR camera, while offering its own high-tech stylus, which is said to offering top-notch accuracy and sensitivity. The EVGA Tegra Note 7 goes on sale November 19th for $200. Not a bad price value.