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Here's the results for the iPad 3 and iPad 2, and a comparison between the two and the Prime.

All links from GLBenchmark. You can toggle between the "Overall performance" and "Low level 3D" tabs for more information. Note, afaik, all tests are limited by v-sync except for the tests at 720p.

We're not seeing a two fold performance increase from the PowerVR SGX543MP2 in the iPad 2 to the PowerVR SGX543MP4 in the iPad 3, I expect that may be because of the 720p resolution used in the test. At 2048x1536, we may see the MP4 shoot ahead of the MP2 by two fold.
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Apples to oranges with the iPad vs the prime. Two different operating systems.
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Apples to oranges with the iPad vs the prime. Two different operating systems.

More like comparing an Apple to a lemon! Nah, J/K, but I couldn't resist! (seriously, not a fanboy of either platform, so I couldn't care less).

Whatever, if one works better in some situation for someone than the other, then it's the best choice for them. Given the lack of program advancement, the new revision of the iPad is only a higher res screen + 4G for the most part.
    
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Apples to oranges with the iPad vs the prime. Two different operating systems.
They're still comparable though.
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They're still comparable though.

The only real way they are comparable is that they are mobile device operating systems. Its like comparing WP7 to iOS. Understand I am not talking about hardware here.
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The only real way they are comparable is that they are mobile device operating systems. Its like comparing WP7 to iOS. Understand I am not talking about hardware here.
Ah, I'm talking about the hardware performance only.
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I found this on the android market. If its true then these comparisons are bogus. The prime has that sleeper core so that could really hamper the tests if its not coming out of low power correctly.

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I found this on the android market. If its true then these comparisons are bogus. The prime has that sleeper core so that could really hamper the tests if its not coming out of low power correctly.
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The Prime's lpcore wakes up even when opening an app, so it's definitely awake here.
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