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Five Of The Latest 18-Inch Tablets - More Pixels, More Clarity (Part 4)

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PERFORMANCE

3DMark 2013

3DMark Ice Storm benchmark is based off the OpenGL ES 2.0 API and is designed for smartphones, mobile devices and ARM architecture computers.

The 3DMark Ice Storm Unlimited is used to make chip-to-chip comparisons of different CPUs and GPUs without vertical sync, display resolution scaling and other OS factors affecting the result.

Even though the iPad Air runs on the dual-core A7 chip, it is almost on-par with the quad-core Asus and Samsung tablets. Certainly it has the chops to compete with the best in the industry for entertainment and productivity needs.

·         Apple iPad Air: 14,832

·         Asus Transformer Pad TF701T: 15,271

·         Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 Edition: 15,479

·         Sony Xperia Tablet Z: 9,585

·         Toshiba Excite Write: 10,002

(3DMarks, higher is better)

3DMark Ice Storm benchmark

3DMark Ice Storm benchmark

SunSpider JavaScript

The SunSpider Javascript benchmark measures the browsing performance of mobile devices and is applicable for all mobile platforms. It not only takes into consideration the underlying hardware performance of a device, it also assesses how optimized a particular mobile platform is to deliver a high-speed web browsing experience. It is important to note that for this benchmark, a lower score means a better web browser performance of a mobile device.

The iPad Air completed the benchmark in just 390ms, which is by far the best performance of all mobile devices we've tested. Put simply, the iPad Air blew its quad-core competitors out of the water.

·         Apple iPad Air: 390.0

·         Asus Transformer Pad TF701T: 637.0

·         Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 Edition: 1041.6

·         Sony Xperia Tablet Z: 2085.0

·         Toshiba Excite Write: 843.3

(Milliseconds, lower is better)

The iPad Air completed the benchmark in just 390ms, which is by far the best performance of all mobile devices we've tested

The iPad Air completed the benchmark in just 390ms, which is by far the best performance of all mobile devices we've tested

Battery Life

Our testing methodology includes looping a 1280 x 720 pixels resolution video under the following conditions: screen brightness and volume at 100%, active Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connections, as well as constant data stream via email and Twitter.

The Transformer Pad TF701T takes the lead with over 10 hours of battery life, followed by the Galaxy Note 10.1 in a distant second place and the iPad Air in third.

Asus is able to achieve a lower power consumption as it uses an IPS display that is based on an IGZO-TFT manufacturing technology. Achieving twice the resolution of conventional LCDs without sacrificing power efficiency are big features of IGZO, while the other tablets deploy conventional display technologies that sip power faster.

·         Apple iPad Air: 407

·         Asus Transformer Pad TF701T: 625

·         Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 Edition: 457

·         Sony Xperia Tablet Z: 245

·         Toshiba Excite Write: 387

(Minutes, higher is better)

The Transformer Pad TF701T takes the lead with over 10 hours of battery life

The Transformer Pad TF701T takes the lead with over 10 hours of battery life

AND THE BEST TABLET IS…

Asus Transformer Pad TF701T

The Transformer Pad TF701T fits the bill as the ultimate productivity tablet. Its included keyboard dock not only enables you to work on documents comfortably, it also extends the battery mileage of the tablet. Boasting a higher resolution display and comparable build quality as the iPad Air, the Asus slate is both versatile and value for money.

Apple iPad Air

It's a close call, but Apple is able to serve up just enough goodies in the iPad Air to clinch the coveted Best Performance Award.

The iPad Air is still unrivaled in all areas relating to design, build quality and finish. The Xperia Tablet Z comes close to matching it, but the iPad Air provides a better handling and feel.

Apple still holds the trump card when it comes to offering tablet optimized apps for the iPads. With over 475,000 apps developed for its iPad lineup, the user experience is far better on the iPad Air than any of the Android tablets. While Android is catching up, Apple will remain in the lead for some time.

 
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