Get thee to Google Play and install Epic Citadel. It's a demo of the Unreal Technology game engine ported to Android. It's jaw drop good and I badly want to see what they do with it. You can explore (and while I am not crazy about how you control your movement, it is very smooth) or have it fly you through a demo. It also has a benchmark, which is the demo with frame rate tracked. It shows the rate in real time so you can see what is more or less intensive and then it gives you the average at the end. I am on JB 4.1.1 (the Lenovo supported system upgrade) and I ran it twice. The first time was right after download. The tablet had not been fully powered off in several days and I did not shut anything down. I got a frame rate of 44.5. Then I powered off the tablet, powered it back on and waited a couple of minutes so that anything that auto loaded would hopefully finish start up processing. This time I got a 47.7. So I get about an 8% performance hit as a trade off for leaving things loaded. It is awfully convenient to have apps come up right where I left off. Most of the time, I think I am fine with that but it is good to know if running something that just needs a little boost. Both times it was summarized as High Quality, which I assume means it should be fine for games developed with their engine. Besides being a really good demo, I like the benchmark because it is a measure of something more concrete than MFLOPS and bus speed. If anyone is still on ICS, I would be interested in seeing results from benchmarks.