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Sony Tablet P benchmark tests

Sony Tablet P benchmark tests
Good thing that the Sony Tablet P has a very different looking tablet design from everything else, well, that’s because after looking over the hardware it’s packing in for the ride, it’s remotely far from being a benchmarking device in any way. In fact, it employs many of the hardware found in use with some first-generation Honeycomb tablets – like its 1GHz dual-core NVIDIA Tegra 2 processor with 1GB of RAM. Safe to say already, even before running any benchmark tests, we can kind of hint as to where this one is going.

Okay, it performs EXACTLY like any other Honeycomb flavored tablets we’ve checked out in the past, which isn’t surprising at all. For most bare minimum processes, like navigating across the homescreen with a static wallpaper or pinch zooming in the gallery, it’s able to display a decent amount of responsiveness with its operation. However, even before trying to test it out with some kind of graphically intensive live wallpaper, it’s already exhibiting all of the distasteful qualities we tend to see amongst the Honeycomb crop – like some choppy and jerky movements while trying to use the interface’s homescreen scroll feature. Specifically, it's the one that allows us to move from one end to the other with a quick move from our finger.
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