As you know already, we’re reviewing the ASUS Transformer Pad TF701T slate these days and this includes a bunch of benchmarks performed on this device. The ASUS Transformer Pad TF701T has been tested by us in the major Android benchmarks, as shown below and in case you’re wondering we’ve got a Tegra 4 CPU inside calling the shots.

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In Quadrant we scored 12.620 points with this device, which may seem impressive, till you find out that the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 scores about 19k points in the same test. Then, we moved further to AnTuTu, where we scored 26.893 points, pretty close to the scores of the Galaxy S4 and HTC One and more than double the scores of basically all Tegra 3 slates.

Once again for comparison sake, the Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 scores 32k points and beats the ASUS unit. Then we move to NenaMark 2, where we scored 56.6 FPS, that may not seem impressive, till you realize it’s the huge 2560 x 1600 pixel resolution that’s pulling the score down. Then comes Vellamo with a very impressive 3118 points in HTML 5 testing and 1238 points in Metal.


This time we were actually very close to the Galaxy Note 10.1 2014, that scored 1258 points in Metal. Finally, there’s 3DMark and we maxed out the first benchmark score, while in the Extreme test we scored 8666 points and 11115 in the Ultimate test. Considering the 64 bit iPhone 5s scores 13k points, I have to say I’m more than pleased by this score.


Finally, in BrowserMark 2.0 tested on Chrome we reached 2963 points and considering the bulk of Android devices I’ve tested only reaches 2400 points, it’s yet again a good score. We’ll be back with more details on this interesting device, that’s said to be priced at around $400 without dock and $500 with it.

Here’s a rundown of the benchmark scores:

  • Quadrant: 12.620 points
  • AnTuTu 4: 26.893 points
  • NenaMark 2: 56.6 FPS
  • Vellamo HTML5/Metal: 3118/1238
  • 3DMark Extreme/Ultimate: 8666/11115
  • BrowserMark 2.0: 2963
  • freckles527

    If you had your choice between the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 Edition and the ASUS TF701T Transformer Pad, which one would you choose. I’ve been waiting for the TF701T to come out because of the docking station. If they are very close, I would prefer teh TF701T, but would love your feedback.

  • Anfronie

    I went with the Galaxy Note 2014 and it was a good decision. I LOVE this thing 😀 Asus was taking too long and im worried about their quality control. Also prob would not use the dock all that much when I think about it.

  • Henry

    It’s a tough choice, as both tablets have very unique selling points:

    Note 10.1 2014e
    [+]More powerful
    [+]Pen input – though Im not sure how mature/useful S Pen functionality is
    [-]Exynos, therefore its expective to have relatively poor xda support
    [-]$50 more than the 701+dock, with 16GB less space
    [?]Pentile display

    [+]$400 starting price
    [+]Better battery life with dock
    [+]Keyboard+touchpad input
    [+] IGZO display
    [-]Less powerful than the Note

    Personally, I’m going with the TF701, since itll without a doubt get a lot of XDA support. And while its not as powerful as the Note, it’s still a very capable tablet in and of itself.

  • sesto

    Henry, note 10.1 2014 uses snapdragon 800 in @ least 80% of the markets in the World… You only get the exynos version in markets that don’t have 4g networks, like third world countries… So you should expect FULL support on xda forums…

  • deppman

    Maybe the update to 4.3 improved performance. I just scored 33,420 on Antutu 4 with the tf701t. Hmmm. I wonder how the other benchmarks will fare.