Go superficial 2 (m3) vs Surface Go, real world comparison
As i turn these things on, you can see that windows. Hola, is miles quicker on the go too it’s almost instantaneous let’s uh test these things out with something hard going to begin with. Let’S let’s open up blender on both so i’ve launched these simultaneously and you can see it’s just loaded up much quicker on the go to we’re already in there we’re already manipulating the 3d scene before the surface. Go has even loaded up all right, so i’m going to do something that you probably wouldn’t, want to be doing on a go regularly, one or two but i’m going to set the renderer to cycles. Apologies for the focus here also focusing, on my hand, set the renderer to cycles on both of them and then i’m going to set the render going i’m not trying to get this going simultaneously. Estoy, going to speed this up 10 times because watching these lightweight tablets try and render. Even this simple scene is not the most exciting video in the world. I also tried to do something clever with the camera. Didn’T really help, but you can see the go to has finished way before the go won. En realidad, the difference is one minute 16 to render versus 2 minutos 16 to render 2 minutos 18. Sorry so that’s a pretty significant difference all right, so let’s start something else up. What should we do now? Let’S do zotero reference management software so again, loaded far far quicker on the go to we’re already in there we’re already able to manipulate everything before the go has even got as far as loading it we can search through for a pdf here, Voy a, try and open The same pdf on both of them there we go so that’s downloaded from onedrive and opened almost immediately on the go 2 whilst on the go one zetera has frozen.
It doesn’t always freeze this isn’t necessarily representative, but it is the kind of um sticking that you can occasionally get on the go one so we’ll open that in zodo that takes a little bit longer to open up and there we go so that’s. The kind of hitches that can really be frustrating on the original surface go once it’s, open, es, bien, Uh, así que, Finalmente, let’s give affinity photo a go so i’m going to start that first on the original go and you can see it’s already zooming ahead on the Go to that’s now loaded, Uh, bien, estamos, still waiting on a couple of a couple of things. There we go let’s create a new document. We’Ll just go for an a4 document with standard settings. There we go and again we’re already into the software and it’s almost usable before the go has even loaded it. So we’ll select the brush tool. There affinity takes a minute or two to to sort itself out, but there we go and once that’s loaded everything is nice and responsive. The latest versions of affinity by the way at 1.9, which came out the other day, really improved performance even on even on the go and go to uh let’s get the canvas set up in the go one. So these this is obviously not uh scientific, but hopefully you can see just as you’re doing things the go to is loading things up quicker, es, getting itself ready to for input quicker, so we’re still not able to input in the go on the original go on The right and it’s just coming through now there we go and so now that’s there things are smoother so we’re doing all this in the meanwhile blender is open in the background.
Zotero is open in the background and the pdfs are both open in the background. So we’re going to try some different brushes let’s, just see some tilt from the pencil brush there that’s fine, what’s, really taxing is going to the paint mixing brush a little bit of lag. allí, give it a second and there we go it’s, Bien. When it’s running and the go to a little bit of lag there, but not too much miles better than the original go, así que ahí lo tenemos. These are both eight gig one. Two eight gig we’ve got the surface. Go 2m3 on the left.