Monday, April 2, 2012

Amazon Kindle Fire quadrant benchmarks


The kindle fire with android 2.3.5 gets a pretty decent score in the quadrant benchmark scoring just above 2300, once developers get hardware acceleration  working on android 4.1 ports the fire should be able to score a bit higher.

16 comments:

  1. Nice, must be fast also. I can feel that the score can be bumped to 2400.

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  2. Not sure I'll ever get a kindle, but nice to know it gets decent scores.

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  3. From the little bit that I've played around with the Kindle Fire in a store, I can attest to the fact that it is snappy right now. I imagine that future versions will only get faster.

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  4. I don't think that Amazon needs to release tablets. They could do just well by sticking into regular Kindles, and not screwing them up.

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    1. Now tablets are trendy, and Amazon want to make use for it.

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  5. Huh, that's fairly impressive.

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  6. I don't like kindles, but interesting stats!

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  7. Interesting, might get one one day.

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  8. Wow, I'm surprised the benchmarks are that good.

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  9. ICS is the hotness. I'm running Miui5 on an HTC EVO 4G and it is killer, little laggy sometimes and other times it crashes. Even with all that it's so cool.

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  10. That just might tip me over the edge into buying one

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