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Toshiba Excite 10 benchmark tests

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Toshiba Excite 10 benchmark tests
It’s the attack of the quad-cores and it’s coming to us at full force! No doubt a stranger amongst Android tablets of late, as Asus has been ever so kind to remind us all, we’re starting to see it in more devices than ever before. In fact, veteran PC maker Toshiba is finally in the game with its very own quad-core packing Android tablet – with the Toshiba Excite 10 aiming to erase the memory of its ill forgotten sibling in the Toshiba Thrive.

Out of the box, we have to report that the Toshiba Excite 10 doesn’t disappoint with its performance in any way, shape, and form, seeing that it executes nearly all operations without a hitch. Much like other tablets running NVIDIA’s quad-core Tegra 3 processor, the Excite 10 barely shows any hint of strain with its movement. Testing out its processing prowess with a live wallpaper, it’s still able to maintain that lovable responsiveness we’re accustomed to experiencing with high spec’d devices.

From left to right - AnTutu, AnTutu, Quadrant, and Nenamark2
From left to right - AnTutu, AnTutu, Quadrant, and Nenamark2
From left to right - AnTutu, AnTutu, Quadrant, and Nenamark2
From left to right - AnTutu, AnTutu, Quadrant, and Nenamark2

From left to right - AnTutu, AnTutu, Quadrant, and Nenamark2



Getting straight to work, the benchmark results go on to confirm our previous suspicions with the Toshiba Excite 10. For starters, it’s able to pull an average score of 4,046 on Quadrant, which is definitely within the same range as its other quad-core packing rivals. Furthermore, its average score of 10,675 on AnTutu solidifies itself as a bonafide competitor to the Asus Transformer Prime, as it’s able to barely inch out a win with its impressive scores. And finally, its average 47.7 frames per second tally on NenaMark2 won’t impress much people when compared to the 60 FPS achievement by other devices, but nevertheless, it’s something that seems to be related to NVIDIA’s processor.

Well folks, we’re itching to play around with the Excite 10, so with that, we’ll be testing it out extensively to see how it’ll all add up in the end – still, we’re gladly accepting of its processing power already.

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posted on 31 May 2012, 15:47 2

1. theBankRobber (Posts: 645; Member since: 22 Sep 2011)


Looks good

posted on 31 May 2012, 19:04

2. redmd (Posts: 857; Member since: 26 Oct 2011)


My ICS Note gets 3900+ on quadrant. It seems I'm not that behind from quad cores.

posted on 01 Jun 2012, 02:27

3. shubham.dhand (Posts: 1; Member since: 06 Dec 2011)


i quadrant my galaxy s2 gets above 4100 without rooting ,thats better than this quadcore.

posted on 01 Jun 2012, 15:23

4. crankyd00d (Posts: 191; Member since: 17 Oct 2011)


Your GS2 only packs an 480x800 resolution....

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