A few days ago we reported that Lenovo had plans to launch a 10.1” NVIDIA Tegra 3 quad-core tablet (dubbed the Lenovo LePad K2) and its specifications were a bit of a mystery back then, but thanks to a recent benchmark test that Lenovo conducted on GL Benchmarks, more details surrounding the device has surfaced.
We know that the tablet will feature NVIDIA’s Tegra 3 processor, and with its quad-core ARM based processor and improved graphics core, the Tegra-3 processor proved to be 2.6 times faster than NVIDIA’s Tegra 2 processor. However oddly enough it seemed to lag behind on Apple’s iPad 2.
One would expect a new chip to be faster, especially when NVIDIA has announced that Tegra 3 drivers have been relatively polished by its team. But let’s be cautious and wait for the actual product release.
If you’d like to interpret these benchmark results for yourself, head on down to GL Benchmarks website where details of the benchmark can be found in greater detail.RELATED
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