ASUS Transformer Prime Review -
Browsing on the tablet we measure with Rightware's browser mark, loading up Guru3D is very reasonable. Sliding up and down is smooth, a little laggy here and there, nothing significant though.
We use this test with the default installed browser. Using a 3rd party browser like Dolphin could speed up the experience quite a bit.
And of course we measure the boot time of the device. We measure with a simple stopwatch really. We power it on and once the tablet reaches the login screen we end the measurement.
The Prime is not the fastest alright. Resuming from sleep mode however takes merely a few seconds.
Ever since the first Android tablets arrived a year or two ago things have been developing fast. ODMs and chip designers jumped onto the bandwagon fast as PC sales are declining, and much like the initial netbook market, the tablet market is on the rise. We test the The quad-core Tegra 3 based Eee Pad Transformer Prime, an unbelievable product. Fast, thin and huge in specs, but sure... very expensive.