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+ - First Quad-Core Android Tablet Reviewed

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adeelarshad82 (1482093) writes "Being claimed as the most most impressive Android tablet ever, Asus Eee Pad Transformer Prime happens to the first Quad-Core Android Tablet which also makes it the fastest and most powerful tablet. The secret ingredient is Nvidia's five-core Tegra 3 chipset, including four cores which work together at up to 1.4GHz each and a "companion core" which runs alone. When tested on Antutu system benchmark, Prime scored a breathtaking 10,619 which is roughly double the score of even fast devices like the HTC Jetstream. Benchmark results for Sunspider and Browsermark browsing scored at 17ms and 98324 respectively which also happened to be amongst the best. The tablet weighs 1.3 pounds and measures 10.4 by 7.1 inches, but it's very slim at 0.3 inches. The tablet includes a power dock connector on the bottom, a MicroUSB slot and MicroSD card slot on the left, a standard 3.5-mm headset jack on the right. The tablet connects to the Web using Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, and it also has Bluetooth."
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