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Posted by on Jun 24, 2013 in Equipments | 0 comments

The hybrid Samsung TIVA Q demolishes the ‘competition’ in AnTuTu benchmarks

The hybrid Samsung TIVA Q demolishes the 'competition' in AnTuTu benchmarks

Last week not surprise by revealing the TIVA Q , a hybrid convertible tablet / notebook that stands out above all for its ability to boot Windows 8 and Android, and a touch screen 13.3-inch qHD + with resolution of 3200 x 1800 and pixel density of 275 ppi.

The device also has an Intel Core i5-4200U with Intel HD 4400 integrated graphics and 4GB. This means that powerful machine can run the tests aimed at Android phones, so you can compare their performance with ARM-based chips as the next Snapdragon 800.

Yes, we know it is unfair competition, but measurements are nevertheless surprising because while devices with filtered reach 35,000 points , the TIVA Q reaches 54,861 points.

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Link: Samsung TIVA Q AnTuTu score shatters all records: Core i5 benchmarked (PhoneArena)

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