[quote author=ikanos link=topic=35.msg496#msg496 date=1273939718]Overclocking would get some gains but always less than the clock frequency gain due to other bottlenecks - e.g. if you increase clock by 20% you may only get a 10% real gain.I've also tried different browsers and they all behave the same way when scrolling - that's why I believe it's due to the graphics driver, which all browsers end up using and which should normally be optimized to particular hardware. I'm thinking this thing was just never optimized so they're running some generic Android code, so of course it's slow.For now I found turning off Gears and Java makes the webpages load up fast (stock browser has those options), and I just turn on Java when I know I need it for a particular website. It kind of compensates in the overall experience, but scrolling is still slow. I stick with landscape mode which is close to acceptable.[/quote]you are absolutely right in every sense , but if we can't find proper drivers for it, it might not just do it. i mean if we can not get WonderMedia , VIA or EKEN to provide us with proprietary graphic drivers , this thing would cripple forever, luckily , i have seen a couple of cherrypads introduced a couple of days ago, though they were promised with android 2.1 and i am not sure drivers for 2.1 would be useful in 1.6anyway , i dearly hope everything would go alright.