HTML5 is the future

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Post » Wed Jan 29, 2014 5:36 am

As a point of view of users, which are interested in the program work perfectly without failure or performance issues, so will not be interested to work with software, but want to use the product.
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Post » Wed Jan 29, 2014 5:48 am

@Silverforce

"This thing is horrible running HTML5 games on Chrome, mine was running at 15fps compared to Nexus 7 with Snapdragon running it 60 fps."

I just read on Anandtech that Atom Z2760 have 33220.9ms in Kraken test and Exynos 5 Dual 11146.0ms - so this Atom is 3x times slower in Javascript benchmark
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Post » Wed Jan 29, 2014 5:53 am

[QUOTE=szymek] @Silverforce

"This thing is horrible running HTML5 games on Chrome, mine was running at 15fps compared to Nexus 7 with Snapdragon running it 60 fps."

I just read on Anandtech that Atom Z2760 have 33220.9ms in Kraken test and Exynos 5 Dual 11146.0ms - so this Atom is 3x times slower in Javascript benchmark[/QUOTE]

And thats 3 times slower than Exynos Dual, there's already Quad variants out for awhile. Last-gen Atom is horrible for gaming. As was Tegra 3/4 when its not running 3d games optimized for NV. My barely 1 year old Asus TF700 with Tegra 3 struggle with my game at 25-30 fps, while a Samsung S3 phone is in the 40-50 range.

I mean once we step out of cutting edge, the NOW, there's still lots of users on older devices and they do have issues running HTML5 games. But a year from now, the current stuff will be old and it should be much better. :)
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