Extensive Raon Digital Everun Note benchmarks

Everun_note_benchFollowing up on their previous coverage of the Raon Digital Everun Note, Lazion.com is back with a comprehensive set of benchmark results.

We saw impressive CrystalMark scores in the marketing material a few weeks ago and as you can see from the astonishing 40161 mark at right, those early scores definitely weren’t fabricated. To put the number into some context, my Sony Vaio TZ (Core 2 Duo U7500) and Willcom D4 (Atom Z520) got 31676 and 16445, respectively.

It’s obvious that the Everun Note’s Turion 64 X2 dual-core is ridiculously powerful when maxed out, but what happens when the UMPC’s battery-friendly power saving mode is used?

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Quite the difference.

Here’s a bigger version of the auto performance mode scores from the top for easier comparison:

Everun_note_crystalmark

Lazion.com also tested other performance components and offers some nice machine-translated analysis, so their full report (part 3 of their review) is worth checking out. Here’s a sampling of what you’ll find:

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Everun_note_pcmark

UMPCPortal is expected to have a full review up tomorrow, so keep an eye out there as well. I’m especially looking forward to it because I thought Steve stopped writing reviews in favor of doing live sessions and other videos. I’m glad this isn’t the case!

[Lazion.com]

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