Transformer Prime sets a new benchmark...literally!
| by Karan Shah |
Asus’ viral on their upcoming Transformer Prime has said that, "We are setting a benchmark for what tablets should be" and from the synthetic benchmarks we saw, this one’s definitely setting the pace for the competition.
Setting a new benchmark
In the process of reviewing the original Transformer, we happened to stumble upon a rather interesting find in AnTuTu benchmark. Topping the leaderboard was none other than the Transformer Prime flexing its quad core muscles. As we know, the Transformer Prime will be powered by an Nvidia Kal El Tegra 3 processor and that reflects very well in the benchmarks.
Compared to the existing tablets and some high-end phones as well, the Transformer Prime has breached the 10000 mark barrier in AnTuTu, which makes it twice as powerful as the existing Transformer. Asus has been teasing us with the Transformer Prime, for a while now and after catching a glimpse of its performance, we can’t wait to get our hands on this beauty.
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