I recently bought a new tablet, the Asus Transformer Pad (TF701) and since not much information is known about it yet, here are some benchmarks I ran on the tablet! This is a copy of a post I made on the TransformerForums.com website.
Everything was run using firmware version 10.14.1.42 and without the dock attached. Although no heat issues have been encountered (never gets more then luke warm) I did let the device cool a bit after each benchmark run.
Comments or anything else you would like to see are very welcome! All the fullsize pictures can be found at the following url: https://picasaweb.google.com/100675551472213071975/TF701Benchmarks#
First off, CPU-Z:
WiFi Analyzer & Speedtest:
This is actually outside of my house to see how many signals it would pick up. It does VERY well, most other devices find less actually. In the house my basestations easily hit -40Db or even higher which is very good for the position where I normally sit. Throughput is often around 9MB/sec in downloading from the Internet or using iperf and speedtest for instance. It depends a little bit where you orient the plastic part on the back and if your hand is on it or not, but overall it seems well designed. Very very good. (Currently have no 5Ghz available to test)
Tested outside, first screenshot normal (screen) side up, second is with the back facing up and the third is having it straight forward as if it would be mounted on a dashboard. I believe the results to be fine. Lock was almost instant.
Pretty good results. They aren’t any SSD speeds, but still I believe that it won’t bog down because of slow storage. Hopefully they will upgrade to Android 4.3 soon though because that would enable TRIM which will keep performance up over time.
Seems to score quite well. But then again, the devices referenced are quite old.
Tied first place with the newest Samsung “Octa” Quad-Core A15! Pretty good indeed.
Again, the results in the app are too old to really be a comparison.
I really like results that say “Maxed out!”. The other results are pretty good too I believe. Also, the scaler inside the GPU seems to work very well, even the 720p looked good upscaled!