Asus Eee Pad Slider benchmark tests
0. phoneArena 04 Feb 2012, 18:10 posted on
Very much a first-generation Honeycomb tablet, the Asus Eee Pad Slider is powered by none other than a dual-core NVIDIA Tegra 2 processor. Relatively speaking, it’s sufficient enough to carry most basic tasks with minimal effort, but in testing out its full capacity...
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2. toaster (Posts: 114; Member since: 13 Sep 2011)
It's 2012. Please stop using Quadrant. It is almost useless at giving an accurate representation.
4. twenti7 (Posts: 152; Member since: 09 Jul 2011)
Agreed. A couple years ago the EPA changed their test for estimating fuel economy in cars because manufacturers began to make cars able to perform better in the tests than in real-life driving. Phone manufacturers seem to be doing the same thing.
3. belovedson (Posts: 832; Member since: 30 Nov 2010)
it runs at around the same price as the original transformer and keyboard combo on sale? i dont get it whats the point
5. twenti7 (Posts: 152; Member since: 09 Jul 2011)
It costs a bit less than buying the keyboard dock with the Transformer. And in my personal experience, the built-in keyboard is much more responsive than the separate keyboard dock.
6. remixfa (Posts: 14126; Member since: 19 Dec 2008)
its a +/- experience. The built in keyboard is way more convenient than having to remember to bring the Add on, and its more cost effective. However, the add on brings with it a second battery and more connection options... and i believe a slightly bigger keyboard. So like anything, its pick what you want more. Price and convenience, or extended battery and options.