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Old 11-09-2011, 12:30 PM   #10
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Originally Posted by afv011 View Post
I doubt there is any app that can fully exploit the power of those 4 cores. I can only think of video editing apps that could benefit from this, but those are not that friendly to use on a tablet, you really need a keyboard and mouse (though the Prime gives you that if you get the dock).
Actually, a tablet is perfect ergonomically for music applications – notation, obviously, but also tracking, mixing, patch bays, soft synths and digital recording. For those kinds of things, quad core would be perfect, too.

There's just one problem: Finding industry-level software tailored for an android tablet.

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