Search for best Android tablet continues as soon as new products emerged on the market. Earlier on this year, Apple’s New iPad heat up the competition on the tablet market. There are some new Androids released to take on iPad’s domination, but there is no real treat until the arrival of Google Nexus 7. This sub $200 tablet is packed with quad-core Tegra 3 processors and running on latest Android OS. Off course there are lot of Tegra 3 powered device on the market, making it hard to decide which one is the best.
Benchmark test is still considered as the best way to measure the power of a tablet. I can understand why PC World is interested to do such test on series of high quality tablets. Surprisingly, the cheapest Google Nexus 7 manage to deliver a competitive result against other big names like Asus Transformer Pad Infinity TF700 and Acer Iconia Tab A700. This is quite surprising since both A700 and Nexus 7 carry on similar Tegra 3 processors with same CPU clock. I have no idea if there’s any difference between those two, but surely Nexus 7′s Tegra CPU is better than A700.
Interested to find out more details on how those powerful tablets crush each other on benchmark wars? Just look at the graphics that i posted above. Tell me what you think about these results. Which one is your favorite guys?
Source: PC Worldtags: 2012, Android, Benchmark, Compare, list, release, Result, Tablet, test