Samsung Galaxy 10.1 tablet is the fastest at the moment





With such a variety of tablets on the market today is very difficult to choose the most appropriate under these or other needs. Price, screen size and overall performance are the main factors when buying a gadget, but what if all three measures do not create a unified harmony? This question tried to answer the British portal Which?, Spending comparison in performance benchmark Geekbench eight tablets. And the results of this study proved to be very interesting.

Many of you may say that shiny new iPad Air as always will be out of competition. In terms of the performance of the battery and there, but the performance of the device from the “apple” of the company was on the second place. So what was the fastest tablet? The fastest tablet in 2014 turned out to Samsung Galaxy 10.1 (2014) Edition , collected 2856 points in the benchmark.


Here we should point out that Samsung has recently introduced a set of new tablets, so if the previous models of this company showed excellent results in Geekbench, part-time battery life, the new model will definitely show results at least as good.

As already mentioned, iPad Air from Apple ranked second among the fastest tablet in the world, earning 2687 points. In third place was Google Nexus 7 tablet version in 2013, received the 2675 points. As you can see, the spread between the results is not very big, and who knows, maybe the situation will change if the test parameters to change a little.

It is also interesting to note indicators tablet Advent Vega Tegra Note 7 (tablet from the company NVIDIA). He showed only the fifth result, yielding a 8.9-inch Kindle Fire HDX models from the company Amazon. The irony is that at the time of the announcement of new items NVIDIA announced that its tablet is the fastest of the 7-inch models on the market. Nevertheless, his appointed Nexus 7 version in 2013, and interestingly enough, did it without any problems.

Another interesting aspect of this study was to obscure the plate Hudl in our market the British company Tesco, which furnished Amazon Kindle Fire HD 8GB (who scored 807 points) and a 16-gigabyte version of the iPad 2 (scored 502 points), earning 1926 points.

In fairness it is also worth noting that the Galaxy Note 10.1 (2014) Edition is one of the tablets appearing in the scandal involving bogus benchmark results. It turned out that Samsung has written software for their tablets so that their processors showed a higher level of performance is in benchmarks, not in real applications.
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