Originally Posted by felipepx
I don't know, but the new Tegra 4 processor is dangerous for Google... but the Nexus 10 is much young... In Spain the nexus was restocked today after exhausting 6-minute of sale... A new Nexus 10 would be a lack of respect for buyers, as with the iPad 3...
Eh? I've never been overly impressed with a tegra chipset as far as gaming goes.. Tegra tends to be more hype than bite.
Tegra 2 was an abomination of biblical proportions. Tegra 3 is much much much improved and a damn good chipset but it's more on par with current gen then it is breaking down doors and blowing away benchmarks. NFS MW ran worse on my Nexus 7 than it does on my Nexus 10. It ran and very playable but the N10 is much better performance. Nevermind the fact most developers don't take the time to properly (gameloft) tune their games for Tegra chipsets anyway.
What the industry should be focusing on is a way to better cool down these chipsets. If the N10 proves anything it's that the technology is hitting a thermal ceiling. The chipsets they are pumping out are smoking fast but if they get so hot so fast they need to be throttled down within 30 seconds of 3D gaming there is little point in even having them run so fast.
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