Preliminary tests found that the 192-core System on a Chip dominates all of the off-screen "higher is better" benchmarking scores set by Tom's Hardware.
There's also a significant boost to Nvidia's Tegra K1 chip as shown by the 3DMark graphics and physics tests when compared to the Apple and Qualcomm processors.
Lenovo used in K1 benchmarks
The more fair off-screen tests weren't running off of the the device's full 3840x2160 display, although the testers did include the still-impressive on-screen performance results.
The Kepler-based GPU still muscled through the 2160p Ultra HD configuration that its less powerful competitors didn't have to contend with.
The K1-based Lenovo ThinkVision 28 is expected to launch in July, so these preliminary tests may or may not take final hardware tweaks into account.
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