Canon S100 faces the DxoMark
The Canon S100 is now the hardest to find camera, partially thanks to supply and partially thanks to demand (check its stock status page for future updates), so there is curiosity interest in how it performs in the Land of DXomark! Curiosity no more, as Dxomark has posted their test results and they also have a write-up with their findings. If you want to co-relate the Dxomark findings with camera-reviews, check the S100's list of reviews.
Canon S100 vs The World
+ Canon S100 vs S95 vs S90 - vs the predecessors
+ S100 vs G12 vs G11 - vs the storied G-series
+ S100 vs Panasonic LX5 vs LX3 - vs Monetasonic's LX-series
+ S100 vs Nikon Coolpix P7100 vs P7000 - vs bitter rival's compacts-avec-RAW
+ S100 vs Olympus XZ-1 vs Samsung EX1/TL500 - vs more 1/1.x" compacts with RAW
+ one thing to note is that the S100 has a CMOS sensor while many of the other compacts-with-RAW have CCD sensors
+ S100 vs Nikon V1 vs J1 - vs the 1-inch Nikon CX mirrorless duo
+ S100 vs Olympus E-PL3 vs E-PM1 - vs compact Micro Four Thirds E-Pens
+ S100 vs Samsung NX100 vs Sony NEX-C3 - vs compact APS-C mirrorless (NX200 not tested yet)
+ we could go on for days, but at some point we have to stop
+ if you find any other interesting comparisons, please post them in the comments
As usual, please note that DXomark only evaluates the RAW sensor data, it is not intended to be an end-to-end system comparison. They have some details on their testing at their About page.