Well people have been talking about it, people somewhat know what it is and well since it's already out, I guess people are praising around the world... Yup, NVIDIA's Superboy sure looks powerful but it's launch doesn't feel as majestic as it could of been...
Well, all I have to do now is sit back and wait for HotHardware to receive one of those Transformer Primes in the mail, then we'll see whether Terga 3 is worth it.
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The new asus prime looks beast. I'm with Taylor, let's get it on the test bench to see what it is all about
I'll wait for the trustworthy HH review as well. Though I have to say I anticipate having one of these in my phone in the future.
That's pretty cool, more power and power efficiency, good on you nVidia.
I would really like to see AMD's take on ARM. They are totally missing out on the mobile market...
I'm pretty excited about these new chips, the transformer Prime is one sexy machine! Seriously, more horsepower and less power used is awesome for mobile devices. There are already rumors that htc is cooking up a tegra 3 smartphone(edge) for a spring release. I can't wait to see what the competitors come up with to take this on. Looking forward to a review of this thing.
Now you're just mashing it!
"Amazing, truly amazing. From a dual core chip to a quad+1 core chip with more graphical umph, and still consumes way less than the previous generation. But can it run Battlefield 3?"
This is an incredible proccesor, but it comes with something much than proccessing power. It comes with the promise that by 2014 Nvidia will have a 30x faster proccessor available to te public.
I can't wait to see what the competitors come up with to take this on. Looking forward to a review of this thing.
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