Monday, August 27, 2012

Cloudification of the battery

The talented devs over at XDA have managed to overclock a quad-core Google Nexus 7 tablet to a screaming 2.0 GHz using a specially coded "Elite Kernel."

Powered by Nvidia's quad-core Tegra 3 processor, the tablet was overclocked to a sweet 1.7 GHz earlier this month, easily passing 7000 in Quadrant benchmarks. 



lol and it probably ran for 20 mins unless plugged into the mains.......if you want to test something plugged into the mains then i suggest you use a PC.........
Cloudification is the answer here people, turn the tablet into a "remote viewer" for processes happening on another device.

When we have the first "mobile phone/tablet" that comes with a monthly "Cloud processor fee" you know we are on the right track.



2 comments :

  1. Wait, isn't that what the $199 Surface RT will be?

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  2. I dont know, first i've heard that it is using any off appliance processing/storage. Source?

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