HP Slate 21 AIO shows up in benchmark, powered by Tegra 4 processor and Android 4.2.1
by Andrew Grush on April 29, 2013 11:25 am
......It is worth mentioning that the actual benchmark score for the device’s Tegra 4 processor was only 23,584, which is a little low considering the 36,000+ point scores the chip supposedly is capable of. Of course these higher scores were on special ‘test’ equipment likely optimized for chip performance, and HP’s test was one a prototype device. These combined factors mean that the 23,000 still sounds like reasonable enough performance for the Tegra 4.
THe most important thing that should've been pointed out but not - and clueless readers failed to recognized also - is that the size of the display. 21 inch is a huge screen
The CES/MWC demonstrated model based on Tegra 4 gave an Antutu score of 36500, and that was on a 10 inch display. Dozen's of third-party testers have confirmed unanimously the high score of over 36000.
Immature drivers could be another factor, no doubt, but the tremendous screen size difference is the key one.
(Yeah, you are gonna see a lot of comparison with Samsung S4 (5 inch) and others. What can you do with clueless writers who earn their living with cheap clicks!)
You are wrong if you think that 21" is equal to 5" even though the number of pixels is exactly the same. The backlight power consumed by a 21" screen is much higher so that you have to power down your SOC clock to make it live reasonable time on battery.