Intel’s keynote at Computex highlighted the advancements their Oak Trail platform would make in the tablet market. However, according to benchmarks done by tweakers.net , Intel has a long way to go before we can bid farewell to ARMs.
The tablet that the folks at tweakers.net got their hands on was a prototype made by Chinese manufacturer Compal. It was running Android Honeycomb on Intel’s Oak Trail 1.5GHz dual core chip, and it is important to stress that the Android OS is not yet optimized for the particular chip.
The two tests ran were Caffeine Mark 3, which tests Java performance and Linpack SunSpider which measures the tablet’s CPU performance. Here are the numbers, courtesy of tweakers.net: