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  • cb88
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    Not to mention a windpad costs $600 O.o I mean seriously that is way out of the tablet sweetspot of $100-150

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  • libv
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    Q: the most important reason why arm is so big these days is because it is hitting performance/watt that x86 cannot get even close to today. Top end performance is of course x86, but bottom end, where battery life matters, arm is unbeatable.

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  • Qaridarium
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    i don't understand the hype about closed source hardware?

    sure they write opensource drivers now but other hardware do have opensource drivers supported by the hardware company them self.

    for example a amd-hardware based table.

    for example: MSI WindPad 110W

    in the end they only hype the ARM chip based solution only because its "cheap"

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  • e8hffff
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    When I buy a tablet it has to replace my phone, so I don't think I'll be buying a Spark as it doesn’t have a sim slot.

    The good thing about this driver (lima) is that it should be able to modified to work with the next GFX chip in the mali-400 family coming in 2013 that is supposed to be massively faster.

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