That's what you get when one guy does all the work.
Now maybe everybody can hush and support one distribution. Thanks for the tests!
Looking at the image of system specifications it is at least two different systems (e.g. different sound cards?), making the comparison bogus and the tester suspect.
Why not run the benchmarks and distros on the same system?
on the tablet to see what flags 'march=native' will give you and:Code:
gcc -march=native -E -v - </dev/null 2>&1 | grep cc1
to get the CPU instruction sets.Code:
echo | gcc -dM -E - -march=native
Download a stage 3 tarball and extract it to a new chroot location, put the results of those commands into your C(XX)FLAGS in your make.conf, chroot, and start building your tablet system on the desktop as you normally would. When your done building everything, boot the tablet off a USB stick or something and rsync with the chroot on the desktop.