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re: Intel claims latest tablet SoC beats Nvidia Tegra 3
eewiz   12/21/2012 6:34:21 AM
Tegra 3 is not 2 year old. yea but they shud have compared with Tegra 4. seems almost out now http://www.engadget.com/2012/12/18/nvidia-tegra-4-processor-leak-4-plus-1-quad-core-28nm/

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re: Intel claims latest tablet SoC beats Nvidia Tegra 3
1-mobileman   12/21/2012 4:44:08 AM
another data point Intel benchmarks it battery draw of its 10x slower 3G modem against 4G LTE smartphones so Medfield chip running in Android smartphones are dubious as well

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re: Intel claims latest tablet SoC beats Nvidia Tegra 3
semiguy   12/21/2012 2:42:42 AM
Intel is becoming a joke. Intel Board needs to clean all senior management (more than CEO). Clover Trail should not be compared to a 2 year old shipping product (Tegra 3). No one is designing Tegra 3 into new hardware designs today. Correct comparison is Clover Trial with/versus A6, or current snapdragon Krait, or if you want to compare to Nvidia compare to Tegra 4 which many OEM have samples (being designed into tablets now) and we will see announced in January at CES. Arm A15 class products in 28nm make a joke out of Intel atom (32 or 22nm) and a joke out of Intel

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