Toshiba AT10-A could be one of the first NVIDIA Tegra 4 devices

by: Andrew GrushApril 12, 2013

Tegra 4

In the past we’ve heard talk about Toshiba being one of the first companies to adopt the upcoming Nvidia Tegra 4 processor. Now it looks there might be proof to back that claim up.

The Toshiba AT15 and AT10-A-A REGZA have now made appearances on the Wi-Fi Association and Bluetooth Special Interest Group, supposedly equipped with Tegra 4 processors. Outside of the names, what do we know? Not a whole lot. Apparently this isn’t the first time we’ve seen the AT10, though.

Not too long ago, a 1.8GHz Toshiba AT-10LE-A showed up through benchmarking app AnTuTu, scoring a 28,058. This puts the Toshiba tablet about on par with the Samsung Galaxy S4’s Exynos chip benchmarks. Unfortunately, that’s about all we know, though it is probably a safe bet to say that this is a 10-inch tablet.

More than likely, we will know more either at Computex this June, or perhaps at IFA later in the fall. With a score around 28,058, the Nvidia 4-packing Toshiba A10 series will clearly offer quite a bit of power under the hood, but will it be enough to compete with alternatives out there running next-gen processors from Qualcomm or even Samsung’s Exynos?

  • Ivan Myring

    Hmm…. May replace my nexus 7 with a tegra 4 tablet.

  • GandangaTororo

    Toshiba +Android = pain. Can not update from android 3.2 Thrive 3G : down under. Sad!

  • Roberto Tomás

    Antutu doesn’t scale their benchmarks as they release new versions. The benchmark has changed again, it is now reporting 28010 for the Exynos 5410 that used to score around 27k. So 28k for the Tegra 4 puts it firmly in line with the octa core. :S
    That’s quite a slow down from the demo they showed.

    • Amine Elouakil

      Tegra optimization with android always was awfull in the beginning of every version, remember, how slow the One X when it first came out, and once it got updated it become much smooter and faster (same thing for tegra 2) and so on, Not to mention Toshiba and optimisations….

      And seriously why the only benchmark mentioned is AnTuTu each time?