The 10-inch, 8.3mm thin Asus Transformer Prime Android tablet is due to be formally announced on November 9th. It’s expected to be one of the first, if not the first, Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich tablet on the market. To power the latest software Asus has incorporated Nvidia’s new Tegra 3 quad-core chipset, formerly known as Project Kal-El. In case you were wondering how such power would score in benchmarks, I give you a screenshot after a thorough testing from the AnTuTu benchmarking utility. As you can see, the quad-core processor helps the Transformer Prime dominate all Android smartphones and tablets, even the previous king of benchmarks, the Galaxy S II.
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