A New Tegra K1-Based Tablet is Registered in AnTuTu Database

Tegra K1 TabletNvidia already shed a light on the K1, its next generation mobile processor. The platform promises plenty of interesting details including CUDA technology and 192 GPU cores. This characteristic could make the K1 to perform like a beast and it’s claimed that the processor itself could outperform the PS3 or Xbox 360 in terms of graphics processing. This may enable impressive gaming experience on a tablet. Although many mobile gamers in the United Kingdom are eager to see the SoC included in upcoming tablet models, it’s still some time away from the actual arrival.

However, it’s a good thing to know that a new Tegra Note tablet has recently been spotted in AnTuTu benchmarking tool. A quick look at the sheet shows that the Nvidia K1 platform could really hold its own.

The Tegra Note P1761 tablet packs Android 4.4.2 KitKat, 16GB of internal storage and 2GB of RAM. The Tegra K1 is based on 4+1 configuration and the embedded Kepler graphics solution is what really makes the whole thing tick. It may look a bit disappointing that the Tegra Note P1761 scores less than the original Tegra K1 prototype. However, we should consider that the tablet is still “a work in progress”. Instead of 2.3GHz, the new tablet runs at lower clock, at only 2.1GHz.

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