Linked by Thom Holwerda on Wed 27th Jun 2012 20:27 UTC
Google So yeah, Google totally just won the conference showdown by easily beating both Apple and Microsoft. Not only did Google announce Android 4.1 with some really cool new features, a cheap but non-crippled tablet, and a new Android device called the Nexus Q, but they also opened up pre-orders for Google Glass. So yeah.
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RE[3]: Seriously?
by JAlexoid on Thu 28th Jun 2012 11:33 UTC in reply to "RE[2]: Seriously?"
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It is vaporware in the sense that what the people who pre-order it will be getting is vastly different than what was originally announced.

It still has a screen with a screen-saver at the very least, as reported by the same TheVerge.


I don't think they refer to transitions at all. "Couldn't keep up" meaning stick to your finger responsiveness. Which if they are right, is a big issue.

The flick through test is less about smoothness of the transitions, than speed of the transitions. However, they didn't explain what they did.
Mind you, the same guys also said that a less powerful GNex(has much less resources for a similar pixel count - 1024kpix vs 922kpix) is as smooth as butter and scored even higher than iPhone4s.

My Nexus S, that has comparable CPU as iPhone4(well, actually the exact same but with a faster GPU), runs very well in comparison with iPad.

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