When it comes to mobile devices, these bad boys have gotten more and more efficient in their performance, not to mention being able to deliver quality graphics which were once thought of as impossible. How far technology has progressed! Having said that, we did have a primer on the NVIDIA Tegra K1 not too long ago, and here we are with additional details on just how fantastic of a performer the NVIDIA Tegra K1 would be eventually when it hits the mass market.
In fact, there was a more thorough benchmarking process which had been applied to a Tegra K1, as depicted by Lenovo’s ThinkVision 28 all-in-one Android device which sports a 28” display alongside 4K resolution. At this kind of seemingly “overkill” resolution, it ought to drop a hint to Lenovo that the NVIDIA Tegra K1 would not break a sweat when it comes to sending those millions of pixels out, and should pack more than enough punch to be able to handle the likes of 3D games.
It is said that the Tegra K1 will be able to offer nearly double the speed of Apple’s 64-bit A7 processor, where the latter happens to be one of the most potent mobile silicon out there at this point in time. We do hope to read more about the Tegra K1′s performance in due time.
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