UyeSee is an A/V device maker, designing and manufacturing multimedia players, OTT boxes, WiFi Streaming Devices using RockChip, MSTAR and Hisilicon. In this video, Ryan from Uyesee describes their roadmap, including High End Android TV Boxes on RK3288, MSTAR9180 with Quad Core/4K/HEVC/HDMI input, Low End TV Box solutions using Hisilicon 3798m, featuring QuadCore A7 /4K/HEVC and also Low End in Mstar 9260 featuring QuadCore A7 /4K/HEVC also. Previously they made RK3188/RK3066 in boxes or HDMI Sticks. Uyesee also works in WiFi A/V Streaming with their SoundMate that does CD Quality wifi music streaming using FLAC and with MultiRoom streaming support.
8.9" FHD display, very thin form factor, RK3288 ARM Cortex-A17 Quad-core Camera: 2M+8M auto focus, 3G built-in (option), GPS, G-sensor, Gyro sensor.
Pipo website: http://pipo.cn/en/
Pipo P1 ships with multi-window UI mode.
Pipo website: http://pipo.cn/en/
Pipo P1 is the First RK3288 product released on the market, Retina display, dual cameras 2M+8M with auto focus, quick boot-up Android 4.4 Multi-window function, 4K video decode, 3G built-in (optional), GPS, Gyro-senser, E-compass, Antutu benchmark more than 40K.
Pipo website: http://pipo.cn/en/
Merrii shows their A80 OptimusBoard, now shipping at their aliexpress.com store provides Android4.4.2 and Linux 3.4.39 support. Merrii OptimusBoard is a mini board based on Allwinner A80 SoC, with two USB hosts, an USB 3.0 OTG, Gigabit Ethernet, WIFI, BT4.0, line in and HDMI output, EDP, LVDS/RGB LCD and GMA. Allwinner A80 applies the UltraOcta core ARM big.LITTLE Cortex-A15/A7 structure, combining the performance of ARM Cortex-A15 and the energy-saving aspects of ARM Cortex-A7 with PowerVR G6230 GPU to not only improve system performance, but also to support advanced gaming support. In addition, A80 supports 4K*2K@30fps decoding, 4K*2K@30fps encoding and FHD 1080p@120fps encoding.
CPU Octa-core big.LITTLE ARM Cortex-A15/A7
GPU PowerVR 64core G6230 GPU Comply with OpenGL ES 3.0/2.0/1.1 OpenCL 1.1 Direct 9.3
Video UHD H.264/VP8 4k*2k@30fps video decoding Multi-format FHD video decoding, including Mpeg1/2, Mpeg4 SP/ASP GMC, H.263, H.264 BP/MP/HP, VP8, WMV9/VC-1, Jpeg/Mjpeg, etc. 264 High Profile 4096*2048@30fps、 1080p@120fps or 720p@240fps, H.265/VP9 1080P@30fps video playback, H.264/VP8 4K*2K@30fps video capture, 3840x1080@30fps 3D encoding/decoding, BD/SBS/TAB/FP supported, Comply with RTSP, HTTP,HLS,RTMP,MMS streaming media protocols
Display Support multi-channel HD display, Integrated HDMI 1.4 transmitter, RGB/LVDS/EDP LCD interface, Dual-channel LVDS 1920*1080@60fps
Camera Integrated parallel and MIPI I/F sensor, Support 8/10/12-bit YUV/Bayer sensor, Support 5M/8M/12M/16M CMOS sensor
Memory RAW NAND Flash controller with 72-bit ECC, Dual-channel DDR3/DDR3L/LPDDR3/LPDDR2 controller,up to 8G
Audio Integrated digital audio interface
OS Android 4.4.2 、linux3.4.39
Driver support: LCD, Touch Screen, UART, Gigabit Ethernet, HDMI, EDP, etc Support from Nand/eMMC Flash, SD card startup guide. Default Android4.4 system, and provide Linux 3.4 source code
You can contact Merrii here:
Hummingbird Kit Contact Details
Contact Person: Danielle
TEL: (+86) 755-28806588 EXT:812
Digital Signage Board and Industry Core Board
TEL: (+86) 755-28806588 EXT: 815
Design Service Group
TEL: (+86) 755-28805788 EXT:646
Sunchip has RK3288 working on HDMI Stick and TV Box, implementing different user interfaces according to customer requirements, supporting RK3288 on HDMI Stick and Set-top-box designs, ready for mass production by the end of August with the Set-top-box being ready a bit earlier than the HDMI Stick.
Pipo has the first Rockchip RK3288 Tablets released on the market. The Pipo P1 is for sale right now on the web you can find out more about it at http://www.pipo.cn/En/index.php?m=Product&a=show1&id=329&type=2 Pipo P4 8.9" FHD with RK3288 is also starting to ship out right now this week. Both P1 and P4 comes with a built-in 3G option. Pipo has 2 other imminent RK3288 tablets and a RK3288 TV Box about to be released. Pipo also uses MediaTek Octa Core for 3G-enabled 6.4" 7" phablets and the popular Pipo T10 8.9" FHD with 12 hours battery life. Pipo also is a leader in the x86 Windows based tablet market with a 8" Windows x86 tablet.
Find out more about Pipo here: http://pipo.cn/en/
Bluetimes makes set-top-boxes based AmLogic, Rockchip and now also shows their new Realtek 1195 ARM based Set-top-box solution to be priced from $29 to $69 to be releases soon for HD Media Player, OTT streaming player, Android TV box, Miracast wireless Display Adaptor and more. Realtek 1195 features 4K H265 decoding, FHD decoding and encoding with multiple formats, wireless and wired Networking, Hdmi receiver. You can watch my Bluetimes Factory Tour video here.
Advantages of Bluetimes Realtek 1195 Android TV Box:
1. 4K2K H265 Full HD support 3D de-interlacing video scaling up to 4k2k
2. By Realtek Audio DSP and Bluetimes design DAC with Hifi sound support DTSHD,True HD and Dolby Digital Plus and other popular formats .VEDIO and Audio Dsp with HW acceleration .
3. Bluetimes Realtek 1195 support HDMI in And with USB3.0Host/Device .support HDMI with HDCP
4. Integrates Gigabit Lan and support NAS function .
5. 7.1ch down-mix
6. XBMC hardware encoding
If you are interested in more information about Bluetimes Set top Box based AmLogic, Rockchip and Realtek based products pls email firstname.lastname@example.org OEM/ODM inquiries are welcome.
Last year, I posted a 48-minute tour at the faytech touchscreen factory.
Here is the latest version (V.2) of faytech´s 7”-12"" Touchscreen Monitor Series has numerous detail improvements including lockable standard connections, a unique cable channelling back cover and mounting frames for machine and wall mount integration. Additionally each model has faster start up and reaction times because of an improved controller chipset.
The series retains its features including: LED backlights, 4-wire resistive touch panel, extra robust components, extended current input (8-36V), VGA+HDMI ports, three video inputs, wall mountable, a high-quality pedestal, and extended temperature range. Each Touchscreen Monitor comes with faytech’s 100% guarantee of no defective pixels, and is suitable for 24/7 operation.
The high resolution support (e.g. 1080p, 1920x1200 pixels) of these faytech touchscreens make them the perfect choice for a wide variety of applications. Some of these include: use as a surveillance monitor when combined with a HTPC or with security cameras; as control panels in the industrial area; in kiosk systems; as cash monitor or information terminals; for machine control; home automation; on farm machinery; on forklifts in distribution centers; wind turbine controls; telematics in transportation systems and in many other areas.
The integrated touch panel is reliable and accurate. The touch function is quickly established via the USB port of your PC, while industrial users can connect the touch function through the serial port. faytech includes touchscreen drivers for popular Microsoft (CE, WinXP, Vista), Mac and Linux operating systems. For Win7 and Win8 operating systems, no driver installation is needed because the MER4485 chipset used in faytech´s in-house designed touch controller supports Login using virtual keyboard and immediate use of windows gestures after Login. This makes starting and using Windows 8 incredibly easy. Embedded systems like e.g. the raspberry Pi are also supported.
Customization is available for project customers (e.g. higher brightness, brightness sensor, IP protection classes, webcam, scanners, printers, capacitive and SAW touch panels, etc.). See more information about faytech products at www.faytech.com
$4 Allwinner A33 Quad-core ARM Cortex-A7 SoC now in full mass production tablets, my reports from range of factories and PCB design houses
Over this past week, I filmed at some of the factories and PCB design houses that are ramping up mass production of their new Allwinner A33 with Mali400MP2 based tablet designs, including Yifang, Neostra, Aikun, Storex, ChipHD and iNet. Allwinner sells the complete SoC at only $4, to that the PCB designs and factories add all the other components that make up a tablet, reaching prices below $33 for 7" tablets with 1024x600 displays when bought in bulks of more than 5000 pieces (as you can see in the Neostra video). Allwinner positions their new A33 chipset as the new entry-level performance to be expected in the entry-level Android tablets to be sold worldwide. Not only improving the multi-core performance, Allwinner has also improved power consumption through optimizing the DDR RAM system, an advanced fabrication process, optimized DVFS technology, and a unique Talking Standby mode that allows extremely low power consumption during voice calls. Mali400MP2 GPU architecture. A33 is pin-compatible with A23 dual core, offers 1080p video playback and capture, Integrated MIPI DSI controller, up to 1280x800, SmartColor display technology and an Integrated Hi-Fi audio codec.
You can read more at the official Allwinner press release.
- Allwinner A33 launched at Computex 2014 (armdevices.net)
- Yifang Factory Tour, launching Allwinner A33 mass production (armdevices.net)
- Neostra Factory Tour, making A80T Onda V989, launching A33 mass production (armdevices.net)
- Aikun Factory Tour, launching Allwinner A33 mass production (armdevices.net)
- Storex launches Allwinner A33 Tablet mass production (armdevices.net)
- Allwinner's $4 quad-core chip now shipping in $60 Android tablets (liliputing.com)