Google Nexus 7 gets the benchmark treatment
Of course, other tablets are well capable of achieving better results, but don't forget that the Google Nexus 7 starts at $199. That said, you get a lot of bang for the buck.
Google Nexus 7 benchmarks Fullscreen
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1. Santi_Santi posted on 28 Jun 2012, 08:47 8 1
Yeah! ASUS rules! now i know why google gave em the sword and shield...
14. sgtdisturbed47 posted on 28 Jun 2012, 19:10 0 1
Asus deserves huge props for this, as much as nVidia does.
nVidia was serious when they mentioned in 2005 that a big chunk of gaming would happen on mobile devices. Glad to see it's nVidia doing this first, but I expect AMD to be catching up eventually.
3. jove39 posted on 28 Jun 2012, 09:34 1 1
Not bad for $200 tab...just wondering why they didn't go for t33 cpu!
10. KingKurogiii posted on 28 Jun 2012, 14:48 1 0
the Tegra III in the 7 is apart of Nvidia's Kai Platform to reduce the cost in manufacturing. the concessions are more than acceptable in this case so i tip my hat to Nvidia today.
4. noim1 posted on 28 Jun 2012, 09:42 1 0
I wish it supported SD card's the Space is too less for me ...
5. thelegend6657 posted on 28 Jun 2012, 10:05 0 0
If I am google I will make sure I comes with only 1gb of internal storage and a micro sd card do customers can choose how much storage they want
6. andro. posted on 28 Jun 2012, 10:05 0 0
Top specs for basement price,8 or 16gb memory aside you can't go wrong
7. thelegend6657 posted on 28 Jun 2012, 10:07 3 0
Things to do after getting nexus7
Enable tablet ui on it cause phone ui on a tablet looks weird
Then wait for nexus10
9. SuperAndroidEvo posted on 28 Jun 2012, 12:43 0 0
You are 100% right about "Root".
I have Android 4.1 Jelly Bean on my Samsung Galaxy Nexus right now, thanks to "Root"!
8. HTCFreak posted on 28 Jun 2012, 11:29 0 0
Haha, "Oh no! Why did google choose ASUS? :o"
This is why! :D
11. KingKurogiii posted on 28 Jun 2012, 14:52 0 0
i was actually just paying attention to how well the Xyboard still stacks up. i can't wait for my Xyboard 8.2 to get JB. it's going to be a dream.
anyway the 7 still uses a Tegra III with GeForce Graphics. i never expected it to even topple an SGX543(MP2) but this does give us a little more insight as to how much Project Butter and Vsync are affecting performance other than seeing that real life performance demo @ 300fps. i imagined that the Browser would be the area to see the most improvement by these changes.
13. ph00ny posted on 28 Jun 2012, 17:56 0 0
Are we looking at the same charts? It just can't get over the hardware performance ceiling and beat SGX543MP2
15. KingKurogiii posted on 28 Jun 2012, 19:47 0 0
xD look at the GLBenchmark scores (benchmarks 3-6)
in terms of raw GPU Power the only thing that even beats the MP2 is the ARM Mali-400 @ 400MHz that's in the SIII. NOTHING even touches the MP4.
16. tverma83 posted on 29 Jun 2012, 02:45 0 0
had a basic question..nexus 7 doesn't offer any expandable memory..what cost does it require to offer such functionality..i mean would be gr8 to have an expandable slot inbuilt n the customer can plug in d memory card..am sure it must have a cost angle behind the tradeoff so wanted to understand what is it?
17. KingKurogiii posted on 29 Jun 2012, 13:33 0 0
being that it has Android 4.1 it'll support USB host so with the proper adapters you can use a USB Flash Drive or even an External Hard Drive with it.