Category: Nvidia

Antelife.com Shenzhen Smartphone Online Store

Posted by – March 25, 2014

http://antelife.com is a Shenzhen based online store selling some of the best Chinese cheap smartphones offering shipping throughout the world, mostly shipping to Europe at the moment. Some of these brands make the highest quality Chinese phones based on MediaTek, Qualcomm, Samsung, Broadcomm, Spreadtrum, Marvell, Nvidia and whichever other ARM Processors get to be available through the low to mid-range Chinese Smartphone market. At Antelife you can find some awesome phones whichever your budget at sub-$100, sub-$150, sub-$200, sub-$250, sub-$300 and at sub-$350. They sell a bunch of the awesome and interesting Chinese smartphone brands including XIAOMI, Innos, ZOPO, THL, JIAYU, UMI, Inew, Pulid, VINUS, Feiteng, Mpai, Haipai, Lenovo, AMOI, ZTE, HUAWEI, Newman, Iocean, CUBOT, DOOGEE, Pomp, Xiaocai, Mlais, OPPO, Mysaga, JIAKE, HTM, Utime, Coolpad, VOTO, UBTEL, Ulefone and more.

LG G2 Mini, 4.7″ qHD MSM8226

Posted by – March 22, 2014

LG G2 Mini is affordable 540 x 960 pixels, 4.7 inches, KitKat, available in single SIM, dual-SIM, 3G, and 4G LTE variants, along with four colour options – Titan Black, Lunar White, Red, and Gold. The processors used are MSM8926 for LTE, and MSM8226 for 3G and the Latin American LTE variant (LATAM LTE) features a 1.7GHz Nvidia Tegra 4i.

Wiko Wax on Nvidia Tegra4i with LTE support

Posted by – March 1, 2014

Wiko Wax to be sold at 200€, with 4.7″ 720p, LTE using the Nvidia Tegra4i platform, to be available around April or so. Wiko is the third biggest Smartphone brand in France and they want to expand to more markets around the world. Wiko for example sells more than Apple and is second after Samsung in France at online retailers like rueducommerce, fnac, ldlc, cdiscount and more. 5megapixels front camera and 8megapixels back camera.

Nvidia Tegra K1 Visual Computing Module for Self-Driving Cars

Posted by – January 24, 2014

Nvidia shows their new Tegra K1 based in-car infotainment system, using their advanced GPU to increase the photo realism of the car’s Digital Dashboard. When the car dashboard looks like and reacts like a real material, it becomes more glance able, less distracting in the car. The Tegra K1 will then also enable self-driving car technology, potentially processing all that is needed to be processed to power a self-driving car. Tegra K1 will drive camera-based, advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) such as pedestrian detection, blind-spot monitoring, lane-departure warning and street sign recognition and can also monitor driver alertness via a dashboard-mounted camera.

Nvidia Tegra K1, Kepler 192-core GPU DX11 OpenGL 4.4, 64bit Denver soon

Posted by – January 23, 2014

Nvidia launches Tegra K1 with quad-core ARM Cortex-A15 and their 192-core Kepler GPU, now bringing DX11, OpenGL 4.4 PC-class gaming to ARM Powered devices. Nvidia now claims that most x86 PC games can be ported over to their Kepler ARM platform relatively easily. They will release a dual-core 64bit Denver version of Tegra K1 later during the year. This video also includes parts of the CES 2014 Nvidia CEO Jen-Hsun Huang keynote which you can also see the full official video below.

Toradex Apalis T30 Module Computer

Posted by – December 24, 2013

Toradex shows their Apalis T30 module is a module computer with a Nvidia Tegra 3 processor with 2gb of ram. The price of the Apalis T30 is 169 USD individually. The Appalis T30 can be connected to a desktop motherboard with a desktop Nvidia graphics card and can be used with a desktop linux environment with CUDA support. Nvidia Tegra 4 is not available for embedded use so Tegra 5 will be the next platform available.

Toshiba Excite Pro and Toshiba Excite Write

Posted by – September 22, 2013

Toshiba presents their latest Excite Pro Android tablet. The Toshiba Excite Pro features a 2560×1600 resolution and a Tegra4 processor. The price for the Excite Pro is 429 Euros and 479 euros for the version with a keyboard. The Excite Pro is available in Europe soon after IFA is over. The Excite Write is Toshiba’s Other Tablet with features similar to the pro but it has a Wacom digitizer added on. The Excite Pro is 599 Euro. The Excite Pro is also available as a keyboard bundle.

Henry’s Toshiba IFA 2013 Booth Tour

Posted by – September 7, 2013

My 11-year-old cousin Henry from Denmark walks around the Toshiba booth at IFA 2013, testing out the new Toshiba Tegra4 tablets, checking out the latest Toshiba 4K Upscaling Blu-ray player, Windows 8 touch-screen devices and more.

Kobo Arc 10 HD Tegra4 Tablet, Kobo Aura E Ink e-reader

Posted by – September 5, 2013

Kobo is probably the second biggest seller of E Ink e-readers in the world, focusing on many of the markets where Amazon isn’t wanting to have a big presence. The new Kobo Aura HD e-reader is awesome, features the thinnest and lightest 6″ touch and front-lit E Ink e-reader yet on the market. The Kobo Arc 10 HD is a new Tegra4 tablet with a 2560×1600 screen retailing at 379 Euro in Europe. Kobo also talks about a 1920×1080 7″ Tablet to retail at 199 Euros. What do you think about Kobo? I think Kobo is being very aggressive and coming out with very interesting mass market devices selling more and more.

ARMdevices.net Shenzhen Sourcing Service launched

Posted by – August 12, 2013

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