Giving would-be Transformer Prime owners one more thing to drool over, the first Tegra 3 tablet has made an appearance on Nenamark's site, alongside just about every other Android device in existence. For those not in the know, Nenamark is a graphics performance benchmark for Android, and maintains a great reputation for accuracy.


As you can see, the Transformer Prime's nearest tablet competitor is Samsung's GT-P6210, aka the Galaxy Tab 7 Plus. The original Transformer tablet is far down the list, making it clear that the Transformer Prime is an absolute beast in terms of graphics performance.

Of course, benchmarks don't always translate perfectly into real-life performance, but until we have our full review published, check out our hands-on look at the Transformer Prime to find out what kind of impression this slender tablet makes.

To see how the Transformer Prime stacks up against the rest of Nenamark's list, head over to their website.

Thanks, Matthew!

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  • http://www.AndroidPolice.com Artem Russakovskii

    It's going to be a monster.

    • http://www.twitter.com/gamercore Chris Chavez

      Hold me, Artem.

    • http://spidermedia.ru sterpazook

      Как бы побыстрее его в Беларусь переправить :)

  • http://mobiletechview.com John, Alabama

    Every day confirms my decision to preorder this beast was the right choice.

  • Tyler C

    Wait, what are all of the ones that scored higher than the Prime?

    • Justin

      Some may be higher because of screen resolution. With a much better screen, the Asus Prime must render more than a less resolution screen.

    • http://www.AndroidPolice.com Artem Russakovskii

      Various phones, but it's easier for smaller devices to process the smaller number of pixels on the screen than for a 10" monster. This thing is going to fly.

    • Dlingo

      The transformer prime has a higher screen resolution, yet it still achieves a really high frame rate

      • Tyler C

        ah ok thought so, turns out most of the others are GS2 variants, with the Skyrocket being at the top

      • Wam31

        Yep, the TF has more than 2.5 times more pixels than a "standard" 800x480 screen.
        Which means (theoretically) that it would score 125+ on such a screen.

  • Pawnty

    Imagine how beastly it will be when overclocked :O

  • TA

    Wait, 1280x752? Not 1280x800?

    • Wam31

      48 pixels reserved for Home/back... buttons ?

  • http://www.christiantechsaz.com Aaron

    Well., that's probably from the Engadget review... http://www.engadget.com/2011/12/01/asus-eee-pad-transformer-prime-review/
    They did run full benchmarks on it. :)

  • Darkseider

    Ummm.... My Transformer w/ custom kernel OC'd to 1.4 Ghz on a stock ROM gets 49.8 on Nenamark1 and 22.8 on Nenamark2. So how is 50.4 spectacular? Now Nenamark2 the Prime gets a 46.07 which is where it counts.

  • RyoHazuki

    Listen to exactly what you just said? With a custom kernel. I'm sure theres much more from this beast to be unlocked.

  • thebluetick

    love the tablet transfomer concept, but this is the only way I'll get one.