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Synology Router RT1900ac with deep packet analysis and throttling and Annapurna ARM Cortex-A15 based Synology NAS DS715 and DS215+ with fast encryption support

Posted by Charbax – June 7, 2015

Synology Router RT1900ac enables deep packet analysis with the Synology Router Manager web-based user interface that allows you to select and manage apps being used on devices, for example block facebook or youtube or throlle bandwidth available for each device and for each app. RT1900ac supports 802.11b/g/n/ac and dual-band 2.4 and 5 GHz wireless connectivity for a combined data transfer speeds up to 1.9 Gbps, on a 1GHz dual-core Broadcom CPU, 4GB of internal flash storage, Beamforming, Wake-on-LAN, and remote access with QuickConnect. Synology DS215+ NAS uses the Annapurna Labs Alpine AL-212 dual-core ARM Cortex-A15 at 1.4GHz or the Annapurna Labs Alpine AL-314 Quad Core 1.4GHz and the Synology DS715 NAS runs on the Annapurna Labs Alpine AL-314 quad-core ARM Cortex-A15 at 1.4GHz supporting extremely high NAS speeds. Synology DS715 can deliver read and write speeds of up to 216.1 MB/s and 142.5 MB/s respectively under RAID 5 configuration in a Windows® environment. Powered with hardware encryption engine, DS715 also delivers fast encrypted data transmission speeds of up to 205.58 MB/s reading and 77.62 MB/s writing.

MediaTek MT7623 for IoT Gateways, MT7687 Low Power Wi-Fi for IoT devices

Posted by Gennie – June 7, 2015

MediaTek shows their new MT7623 quad-core ARM Cortex-A7 for IoT gateways, WiFi hotspots, and media routers using Linux, OpenWrt that supports 4x4 11ac, can deliver up to 2Gbps broadband service as well as the high throughput that is required by smart phones at home. MediaTek MT7683 features a world’s-first AP router with a Mali 450 GPU and HDMI/MIPI for displaying the status of connected IoT devices via a TV or display. MediaTek's Gateway IoT solution addresses the issue of bottlenecks in home gateways that people experience with existing routers on the market, as homes stream several HD or 4K video streams and stream to Smartphones, Tablets and IoT devices in the home. When YouTube or Netflix might be buffering in your home, it might be more often an issue with your home router than with net neutrality like backbone to last mile bandwidth issues, the ARM Processors in Home Gateways and Routers need to be upgraded to faster performance with more bandwidth within your home. Then MediaTek also launches the MT7687 for Wi-Fi N at a very low power consumption for IoT devices with a low power ARM Cortex-M4 on the SoC.

MediaTek Helio P10, 64bit octa-core ARM Cortex-A53 up to 2GHz

Posted by Charbax – June 7, 2015

MediaTek Helio P10 is a new smartphone SoC for smartphones “P” means “premium performance” and Ultra low power consumption at “DOU”-“day of use”. this chipset based on a 64 bit octa-core Cortex A53, a dual-core Mali-T860 GPU, support LTE for download speeds up to 300Mbps. MediaTek P10 will be produced in a 28nm process, mass production of P10 based devices starts from Q3 2015, the P10 is the first chip in the new Helio P family, a series which aims to integrate into a high-value chipset, premium features such as high-performance modem technology; the world’s first TrueBright ISP engine for ultra-sensitive RWWB; and, MiraVision 2.0, for top-tier display experiences. The features available in the P series include several of MediaTek’s premier technologies, such as WorldMode LTE Cat-6, supporting 2x20 carrier aggregation with 300/50Mbps data speed; MediaTek’s advanced task scheduling algorithm, CorePilot, which optimizes the P10’s heterogeneous computing architecture by sending workloads to the most suitable computing device – CPU, GPU, or both; and, MediaTek’s Visual Processing Application – Non-contact Heart Rate Monitoring, which uses only a smartphone’s video camera to take a heart rate reading and is as accurate as pulse oximeters/portable ECG monitoring devices.

You can read the official press release for MediaTek Helio P10 here:

$139 MeLE PCG01 Intel HDMI Stick is Fanless, now shipping

Posted by Charbax – June 7, 2015

The Fanless MeLE PCG01 Compute Stick is available at $139 now at on a Quad Core Intel Atom Z3735f with 2GB DDR3 and 32gb EMMC Flash storage and including also the Windows 8.1 licence and free shipping. Building on the successful MeLE PCG03 Box, MeLE is now continuing their Windows Intel product line with this Intel Compute Stick, but compared with other Intel Compute Sticks on the market, this one is fanless.

You can contact MeLE here:
Mason Tong, Sales Director
Mobile: +86-132 6816 6362
Isaac Long, Sales Manager, Brand Developement for oversea market
Mobile: +86 186 7551 2024
Skype: isaac_520320
Leo Owyang, Account Manager, OEM & ODM brand for oversea market
Mobile: +86 159 8952 0320
Skype: leo4176

Pipo X7 and Pipo X8 Intel Windows TV Box Desktops

Posted by Charbax – June 7, 2015

Pipo is selling a lot of Windows Intel Boxes to the Chinese and Worldwide markets, they have dual-OS running also Android on them. The second Pipo X86 box is the Pipo X8 with a built-in 7" touchscreen LCD. Next Pipo will also do an Intel HDMI Stick. The retail price for the Pipo X8 is about $100 in China, it's a bit more when exported to Europe which has VAT import tax and etc.

Distributors can contact Ben Lai CEO of Pipo at: (please only contact if you're a distributor for large quantities)

$249 ASUS Chromebook Flip on Rockchip RK3288C convertible 10.1″ touch screen, 2/4GB RAM,

Posted by Charbax – June 7, 2015

Asus Chromebook Flip is the world’s first 360 degree convertible Chromebook, light and nicely designed, powered by Rockchip RK3288 quad core ARM Cortex-A17, with 2GB or 4G RAM, 10.1" and 10 finger multi-touch screen, dual band WiFi 802.11&BT4.0, full size QWERTY keyboard, and large touchpad, up to 9 hours battery life, Ultra ligh at 0.89KG, to be available from Q3 2015 worldwide.

$169 ASUS Chromebook C201 on Rockchip RK3288, 2G/4G RAM, 11.6’’ display, shipping now

Posted by Gennie – June 7, 2015

The Asus Chromebook C201 is an ultra light well built ARM Powered Chromebook, powered by the Rockchip quad-core RK3288 Processor, with 2GB RAM or 4GB RAM as option, 11.6" display, dual-band WiFi 802.11, BT4.0, full size QWERTY keyboard, and large touchpad, up to 13hours of battery life, Ultra light at 0.98KG, super thin at 17.9mm. It is shipping from now for $169 at

Aikun 3D Gaming Tablet on Allwinner A80

Posted by Charbax – June 6, 2015

Aikun presents their Gaming Tablet based on the Allwinner A80 octa-core big.LITTLE ARM Cortex-A15/A7, it will have a 3D glasses free display and slide-on gamepads on each side of the display. The 13 megapixel camera also rotates 180 degrees to shoot to the front, to the back or to the side.

Distributors can contact Aikun about ordering large quantities here:
Mail : / /
Website :
Contact information :
Tel.: (+86) 6110 2468 - 6110 2858
Factory Address:
A2 building, Lianhe Industrial Park, Fengtang Road,
Fuyong, Baoan, Shenzhen, China

MediaTek CMO Johan Lodenius talks IoT, Turnkey Solutions

Posted by Charbax – June 6, 2015

MediaTek is shipping hundreds of millions of ARM Processors each year, second Smartphone chip provider by volume after Qualcomm, MediaTek is launching their Internet of Things optimized ARM Processors for Smart Homes, for wide area and short area networks connectivity. MediaTek pioneered the Turnkey solution 10 years ago for feature phones and they do exactly the same for Smartphones, enabling fast time to market for smart mobile technology.

Nvidia VR Experience using Oculus Rift and Nvidia GPUs

Posted by Charbax – June 5, 2015

Here I try on the Nvidia VR experience using the latest Oculus Rift Crescent Bay prototype, connected by a cable to a Desktop computer with a powerful Nvidia Geforce 980 Ti GPU and running a quite advanced Engine animated video demo in a 1440p "smartphone type" head-mounted display. Nvidia explains what they are doing for Virtual Reality, this could be quite a fun and advanced immersive gaming and 360 video experience. The latest Oculus Rift has sensors on it with a tracker to be mounted on the wall, detecting where exactly you are moving your head in the room.