At the end of last week, we talked about the possibility of an NVIDIA Tegra Tab 7 being spotted in the wild, and this time around, there is the very real possibility of an NVIDIA Tegra Tab 7 benchmark which has been seen, where it could also be known as the NVIDIA TegraNote Premium for all intents and purposes, after someone decided to run the AnTuTu benchmark and capture a screenshot of it for all and sundry to drool over. It so happens that the Tegra Tab’s AnTuTu benchmark result showed it hitting the 27,643 points mark, and that at 1,280×800 resolution, but that is because the resolution is not that high as the latest Nexus 7 whose AnTuTu benchmark is lower, as that tablet sports a pixel count of 1,920×1,200, which is surely more GPU intensive.
Other alleged hardware specifications of the NVIDIA Tegra Tab should include an NVIDIA Tegra 4 chipset that has been clocked at 1.8GHz, a 5-megapixel shooter, a microHDMI port, a microUSB port, a 3.5 mm headset jack, and the possibility of either a microSD memory card slot or a SIM card tray. We could also be looking at the inclusion of a stylus, which would be rather strange since 7” tablets do not really need such an accessory. Ah well, more should be revealed when the final device finally debuts, no?
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