We already saw what Texas Instruments’ OMAP 5 processor can do, as we reported it here and here. The OMAP 5 platform is using ARM’s Cortex A15 architecture that is considerably more powerful than the Cortex-A9 designs like Nvidia’s Tegra 3.
Still, Texas Instruments is keen on demonstrating that even the company’s OMAP 4 platform is competitive in the Windows RT world.
Toshiba is the maker of the netbook on display, and hardware expert Anand Lal Shimpi is the one lucky enough to get his hands on the video
From the short demonstration, we can easily see that the OMAP 4 processor is able to handle anything Windows RT is throwing at it and, it is our opinion that TI’s implementation is more responsive than NVidia’s Tegra 3 platform.
On the battery side, we also believe that TI’s chip will have the upper hands also.