Category: Rockchip

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Egreat Realtek RTD1195 and Rockchip Media Players, RK3188 Game Console

Posted by Charbax – October 12, 2014

Egreat STBs based on Realtek RTD1195 dual core Cortex A9 SoC with 4K, H.265 video decoding support. The video also features older Realtek and Rockchip Android TV Boxes, and an RK3188 based game console (Egreat K3).

Egreat will launch their A-series media players soon: A3 and A9 models. I contacted the company for some more details, but since the product is still in development, there are not willing to disclose complete details at this stage.

Here are the specs I could gather for Egreat A9:

SoC -- Realtek RTD1195 dual core ARM Cortex A9 processor
System Memory -- N/A
Storage -- N/A. Possibly a SATA bay is also present (Unclear)
Video Output / Input -- Composite, Component and HDMI output (MHL).
HDMI input Audio -- HDMI, Stereo output (RCA), and S/PDIF
Video Playback -- 3D blu-ray video playback + full video format support. H.265 decode support.
Audio Playback -- 7.1 raw audio output "framepacking".
Connectivity -- Ethernet, WiFi with dual high-gain external antennas, and Bluetooth (TBC).
USB -- 1x USB 3.0, 1x USB 2.0
Egreat A-series media player will run Android 4.4 Kitkat.Even though specs are incomplete at this stage, RTD1195 based products should be able to transfer data quickly and play high bitrate 4K videos smoothly thanks to high performance interfaces such as Gigabit Ethernet, USB 3.0 and SATA. CPU and GPU performance will however be greatly inferior to the new application processors from Amlogic S802, Rockchip RK3288, or AllWinner A80.

This post was adapted from Upcoming MeLe and Egreat A-Series 4K Android Media Players to Feature Realtek RTD1195 SoC (cnx-software.com).

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$130 10.1″ IPS RK3188 Laptop, $80 8.1″ MT8382 with tempered glass back Chitech

Posted by Charbax – October 12, 2014

Chitek shows their tablets, ARM Powered laptop/tablet convertibles and more also their $30 Rockchip Tablet and their Smartwatch.

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$25 RK3026 by Somy, and 10″

Posted by juliusaugustus – October 11, 2014

Somy sells 20,000 tablets per month. Somy makes a 7" RK3026 based Android tablet for 25 USD in bulk. Somi makes 10" (1280x800) tablet with an Allwinner A31s processor, 16gb of storage, and 1gb ram.

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Sub-$100 DBX 9.7″ Retina RK3188 and more

Posted by Charbax – September 30, 2014

DBX shows their latest products. DBX makes phones, tablets and power banks. A 9.7inch Retina display tablet with RK3188 quad-core CPU, 1Gb of RAM and 8Gb of ROM costs around $100 for MOQ 1K. DBX sells around 10K devices per month. A 5200mAh capacity power bank from DBX costs around $4.5. A RK3026 dual-core tablet is sold for $45.

Filmed at the HKTDC Hong Kong Electronics Fair 2014

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Chintek Kids Karaoke Tablet, 7.85″ at 6.5mm with RK3288

Posted by Charbax – September 30, 2014

Chintek shows their Kids Karaoke Tablet, their 7.85" 6.5mm thin RK3288 Tablet, their Smartwatch and more.

Filmed at the HKTDC Hong Kong Electronics Fair 2014

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$129 Firefly RK3288 Development Board release

Posted by Charbax – September 17, 2014

T-Chip launches the Firefly Development Board on RK3288 Quad-core ARM Cortex-A17 with Mali-T764 runs Ubuntu and Android. Firefly-RK3288 provides some external expansion interface, including LCD interfaces and some other standard interfaces such as: Double MIPI, Double LVDS, ISP, EDP, PWM, SPI, UART, ADC , GPIO, I2C, I2S. Standard configuration is 2GB RAM and 16GB eMMC with a high configuration version possible with 4GB RAM and 32GB eMMC. It has dual band Wi-Fi AC, Bluetooth 4.0 and Gigabit ethernet. In this video you can see the Ubuntu and Android demo on Firefly RK3288, and a tour of the T-Chip offices featuring their PCB Design engineers, Software engineers, sales staff and more.

The Firefly RK3288 is now available for $129 each (you can order 5/10/15/20/25 units at $129 each by sending an email to firefly@groupgadgets.com add $30/$33/$40/$45/$50 respectively for fast 3-5 day shipping to USA/Europe).

You can contact T-Chip here:
Candy Feng candy.feng@nagrace.com
West mqy@t-chip.com.cn
http://www.t-firefly.com/html/en/home/
teefirefly@gmail.com
weibo.com/teefirefly
twitter.com/TeeFirefly
facebook.com/TeeFirefly

Google Project Ara Keynote: Paul Eremenko

Posted by Charbax – September 16, 2014

Google works with Linaro to enable hot-swappable hardware modules in modular Android smartphones of the future.

Speaker: Paul Eremenko – Director of Project Ara at Google
Keynote Title: “What if hardware was more like software? Google’s Project Ara and the democratization of the hardware ecosystem.”

Paul's Bio: Paul Eremenko is currently director of Project Ara at Google, in the Advanced Technology & Projects (ATAP) organization. Previously he was an associate vice president at Motorola, where he led the development project of Ara, a project to create a modular hardware ecosystem—rivalling the mobile app ecosystem in pace and level of innovation–around smart phones in an effort to deliver the mobile internet to the next 5 billion people. Paul is also research affiliate at MIT in the Engineering Systems Division.

Prior to joining Motorola and then Google, Paul directed the Tactical Technology Office (TTO) at the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA), the Pentagon’s principal engine for disruptive innovation. TTO is DARPA’s systems office responsible for all X plane, spacecraft, ground vehicle, and robotics programs, totalling approximately $500 million annually. Previously, Paul developed and led DARPA’s advanced design and manufacturing program portfolio, and also served as program manager for several space efforts, including the 100 Year Starship.

Earlier in his career, Paul was an aerospace design engineer, the chief engineer for an unmanned aircraft program, and management consultant focusing on technology, innovation, and M&A strategies. He has undergraduate and Master’s degrees in aeronautics from MIT and Caltech, respectively, and law degree from Georgetown University. Paul is also licensed pilot.

Li Rui RK3288 Factory Tour

Posted by Charbax – September 2, 2014

Li Rui is about to release a range of RK3288 Tablets at 7.85", 10.1" and 9.7", now being lauched to distributors. In this video, Lirui is assembling their Rk3188 with 9.7" Retina panel, they sold about 100K of that one, they also do 7.85" and other. Li Rui has engineers optimizing the BOM cost, Tooling designs of the Rockchip based Tablets that they manufacture for several customers, some of them famous in the Shenzhen Tablet world.

You can contact Li Rui here:
Jason, Marketing Director
Shenzhen Li Rui Electronic Co., Ltd.
svencpw@gmail.com
sales@liruitech.com
http://liruitech.com/en/
Skype: Jasonw3390
Phone: +86 75523229903
Mobile: +86 13422896521

Pipo P8, 7.85″ Retina RK3288 with 3G ultra-stick

Posted by Charbax – September 1, 2014

Pipo P8 is the first 7.85" 2048*1536 Retina RK3288 Tablet with 3G/4G ultra-stick compartment, 8 megapixels back-camera now selling in China for $162 (999CNY) with 16GB and $179 (1099CNY) with 32GB.

Pipo website

UyeSee RK3288 Android TV Box (you can buy $120 samples)

Posted by Charbax – September 1, 2014

UyeSee shows their Rockchip RK3288 Android TV Box (which you can order 5/10/15/20 samples of, read further down), the most powerful MiniPC, 4K Media Player and Gaming Box on the market! With a Quad core ARM Cortex-A17(or A12) with a DMIPS of 28800, Mali-T764 Quad-core GPU, HDMI 2.0 with 4K@60fps, Android 4.4, HEVC UHS hardware decoding, Gigabit ethernet, 5.8Ghz WiFi and Bluetooth 4.0. UyeSee also shows their ultra compact RK3288 PCB design and UyeSee is able to also design a RK3288 mini-pc design (if customer orders a minimum quantity) with VGA, series port, and a big capacitor stores your data when power is suddenly cut off. Audio in and audio out.

Samples (to be available for shipping by the end of September) can be purchased by sending an email to uyesee@groupgadgets.com in quantities of 5/10/15/20, to the price of $120 per unit you have to add the estimated 3-5-day shipping cost to Europe/USA: $50 for 5 units, $75 for 10 units, $100 for 15 units and $150 for 20 units.