Nvidia today finally unveiled their Tegra Note which is a reference device that shows off their Tegra 4 platform. What this does is allow manufacturers to offer the Tegra 4 platform to create 7" tablets for as little as $200. Basically this means manufacturers can use this tablet as a starting point, enabling them to quickly bring their own branded 7" tablet to market much more quickly by using this one as the base model.
The world of MOBA games looks to continue its advancement into the mobile gaming scene as a new title is currently under development called Fates Forever. Currently we have a couple of titles in this genre already available to us. One is from Gameloft called Heroes of Order and Chaos while another is a bit different of a style of MOBA gaming called Champs: Battlegrounds.
There is always one thing we can never have enough of when it comes to our mobile devices and that is storage space. Even with 64GB or storage in your tablet it generally doesn't take long to fill that sucker up full with music, games, movies and whatever else you enjoy stuff inside your tablet.
Bohemia Interactive recently released Arma: Tactics onto Android for Tegra 3 and Tegra 4 devices during the launch of Nvidia's Shield handheld gaming system recently. Well the company has finally decided to drop the Tegra exclusivity now and the game is available for non-Tegra Android tablets.