We ran the Transformer Pad through some benchmarks and compare it to the original Eee Pad Transformer as well as the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1, both traditional Honeycomb devices released last year.
When comparing CPU performance, the Tegra 3 featured in the Transformer Pad was a little over five times faster with a score of 6199. Additionally, the Tegra 3's GPU offered roughly a 70% increase over its predecessor.
We also used AnTuTu to measure RAM and I/O performance and the Transformer Pad was around 2.5 times faster than the Galaxy Tab 10.1 when measuring RAM performance, while the I/O performance was almost twice as fast.
Above we have the overall scores from the Quadrant test and the Transformer Prime was 75% faster than the Eee Pad Transformer.
In Quadrant, the Transformer Pad's CPU was almost 2.5 times faster than the Eee Pad Transformer and Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1, while its GPU was nearly 45% faster than the Eee Pad Transformer.
Using GLBenchmark's standard Pro and Egypt tests, the Transformer Pad was 63% faster than the Eee Pad Transformer in the first and 113% faster in the second.
We also recorded the results from GLBenchmark's fill test, in which the Transformer Pad was almost three times faster than the Eee Pad Transformer.
Vellamo was the last benchmark we ran and the Transformer Pad was 1.5 times faster than the Galaxy Tab 10.1 and 1.7 times faster than the Eee Pad Transformer.
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