Transformer Prime Gets Benchmarked

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    If these new benchmarks are to be believed, then the upcoming Transformer Prime from Asus will be ridiculously powerful indeed. The Quad-core NVIDIA Tegra 3 powered Android tablet blasted through the AnTuTu benchmark with a score that almost hit 11,000! To put it in perspective, that's over twice as fast as the previous Tegra processor. If these marks are indicative of any level of real-world performance, then Asus and NVIDIA could have a real hit on their hands. What do you think?

    Source: TransformerForums via Engadget
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    It looks like it has twice the Ram and twice the CPU, but everything else is the same. Interesting that the Galaxy SII has a faster SD write than the Galaxy Nexus. I thought both of them had internal storage.
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    That's over 9000!!!!!
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    What? That's not possible!!!!

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    Damn beat me to it. I'm hoping the Padphone has quad core as well. I'm eyeing it as my next phone.
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    Doh....Forgot about the padphone. When is that due out, because maybe I'll hock my Nexus to subsidize the retail cost.
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    That is what I noticed and thought as well...

    I was hoping for impressive read and write for the Galaxy Nexus with its reported non removable memory.
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    That benchmark is really impressive. Though I am not too sure on the Graphics portion of that test. It looks the same as all other phones/tablets. Still, I am more than likely getting this as my tablet.
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    I love the fact that this thing is called the transformer and it has a keyboard thats built for it. Those make it very unique for me, and I realize those are absolutely horrible reasons to buy a product, but I know this thing is competitive with the Xoom 2, so I am willing to bet it might outsell it too.