The Making of the Google Chrome Speed Tests

Thu, May 6, 2010
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Just how fast is Google Chrome? In Sunspider benchmark tests it scored.. blah, blah, blah. Whatever. Benchmarking test scores used to measure browser performance don’t mean anything to anyone except for the most hardcore browser geeks, so Google came up with another way to show the speed of the latest beta version of Chrome; racing it against explosives, electricity and sound. Witness the awesome spectacle of Chrome loading pages in a race against 4.2 million volts of electricity, a potato gun shooting fries into a deep fryer and a single note from a keytar at 2700 frames per second.

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