Category: Marvell

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GreatWall M7250, $125 Android Tablet

Posted by Charbax – January 14, 2011

China GreatWall Computer Shenzhen releases this Marvell 166 ARM11 based 7 Android tablet, it costs $125 in bulk, they provide Capacitive or Resistive model, as well as offer a 3G built-in option for $45 extra.

OLPC XO-1.75, ARM Powered OLPC XO Laptop is faster than x86!

Posted by Charbax – January 9, 2011

OLPC CTO Edward J. McNierney gives us an overview of the ARM Marvell Armada 610 version of OLPC XO Laptop, XO 1.75, to be released soon, being optimized now in Taiwan, it provides for a sub 2 Watt One Laptop Per Child XO Laptop. One Laptop Per Child created the Netbook market, now they will push the PC/Laptop industry towards ARM support for lower power consumption and lower prices through increased industry competition and optimized SoC designs. The $100 Laptop is nearer. Marvell's 610 is now one of the ARM SoC platforms that is now powerful enough to power a full desktop/laptop system.

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Shenzhen ACT 4.8″ capacitive Marvel PXA935 clamshell Android

Posted by Charbax – January 8, 2011

Dual SIM Card, Android 2.2 compatible, based on the Marvell PXA935 processor, with a nice 4.8" capacitive screen, removable battery. It's to be sold for about $200 (probably in bulk).

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netbooknews.com: Asus Eee Note EA800 Unboxing

Posted by Charbax – December 13, 2010

Also see my interview with the product manager at Computex here. Asus has chosen to release this reflective based grayscale 8" wacom touch LCD based e-reader. It has a user interface based on Qt and embedded Linux on a Marvell processor.

This video was released at: netbooknews.com

Dr. Sehat Sutardja Marvell CEO keynote at ARM Techcon 2010

Posted by Charbax – November 18, 2010

Dr. Sehat Sutardja, Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer, Marvell, talks about the ARM industry, how he decided to bet on ARM Technology when he founded Marvell about 15 years ago. How he sees performance of ARM Processors increase to levels that support PC/Desktop applications. I will link to the full length keynote video once I find the link. Please post the video link in the comments if you find it.

Jensen Tjeng keynote at ARM Techcon 2010

Posted by Charbax – November 18, 2010

Introduced by Simon Segars, as the very first keynote speech of the ARM Techcon 2010, is Jensen Tjeng, Director of Engineering in Processor Design, Marvell. This is just short parts of the keynote, I will link to the full length keynote video once I find it online. Please post in the comments if you know where to find it. It might not have been posted yet.

Revo 1 by Revolution Robotics Java Standard Edition based robot

Posted by Charbax – November 13, 2010

This is a robot system based on the Marvell Armada plug computer system. Find out more at http://revolution-robotics.com

Marvell Armada XP Quad-core ARM Powered Servers

Posted by Charbax – November 11, 2010

A discussion with Marvell about their ARM Powered Servers which could take over the whole cloud computing servers market.

Marvell Armada 100 and 600 for Tablets

Posted by Charbax – November 11, 2010

Marvell shows the Armada 100 and Armada 600, explains the differences in price, performance, target markets. Also shows off the Marvell 168 powered Gplug D, the first Guruplug with a HDMI output. The big question I have is which platform will OLPC choose to use for the OLPC XO-3 tablet platform, if it will be one of these or if the timing allows for the even newer and more powerful Marvell Armada 628 Tri-Core processor to be used.

OLPC XO-3 unbreakable Pixel Qi to show after CES

Posted by Charbax – November 3, 2010

OLPC is working to design an unbreakable screen and thus may not have the XO-3 prototypes ready to show at CES in January. Marvell and its partners will likely have lots of tablets to show by then though. An unbreakable and sunlight readable Pixel Qi screen is an important feature of the XO-3 to make it a viable option for developing countries, as well as its abilities to be used for full productivity and for fast text input.

Source: pcworld.com