Yifang Digital, founded in 1992, has manufactured over 10 Million tablets since 2008, also makes Wearables and other Smart devices, now their Tablet production capacity is 600 thousand tablets per month, over 20 thousand square meters, they do their own injection, dust-free workshop, 8 SMT Lines and 9 assembly lines. Yifang can do everything in house including R&D, UI design, PCB layout, injection, tooling, SMT to assembly. Yifang is now ramping up the mass production of their newest Allwinner A33 quad-core ARM Cortex-A7 tablets.
Ococci provides the first 4G LTE solution on cost effective Quad-core ARM Cortex-A7 Allwinner A31S Full HD 1080p Tablet platform. As famous tablet brands (Samsung, Nokia, apple) launch their 4G tablets, a whole new market using Allwinner with 4G LTE is now possible. Ococci X10 is the first 4G tablet from the first 4G LTE tablet IDH in China， Ococci Tech.
Ococci X10 features a Full HD 10.1″ display, using the Allwinner A31S chipset with 4K video support, up to 2GB RAM, dual-stereo speakers, smart color system, pictures display is of higher definition, richer color of flamboyance. X10 supports Miracast, wireless printing and optimizing power consumption with a large 7000mAh battery.
For further information about Ococci and its tablet solutions, you can contact:
ShenZhen Ococci Technology Co.,Ltd. firstname.lastname@example.org
Mobile phone :(+86) 13600418105
Address: Room 609, Tower B-1, Mingyou Industrial Products Procurement Center,
Baoyuan Road, Xixiang Street, Bao’an District, Shenzhen, China
This video shows one of the automated performance testing tools used during A80’s big.LITTLE tuning process. big.LITTLE is an innovative technology used to balance Cortex-A7’s low power with Cortex-A15’s high performance. An important part of the tuning process is frequent regression testing – that is, checking how performance and power consumption are affected by firmware updates. In this video, a simple automated benchmark test is running after a firmware update.
Quick-and-dirty tests like these allow software engineers to more efficiently check system performance and power consumption after low-level parameter changes.
This video shows one of the GPU tuning tools (PVRTune) used during A80 development. To run the tests, an A80T tablet is hooked up to a host computer running PVRTune. A tester can then operate different use cases on the tablet (scrolling through the GUI, playing games, etc) while seeing how GPU load is affected on the host computer’s PVRTune display window. In this video, we see how the GPU’s 3D engine is loaded while scrolling through Android’s stock GUI. When performance bottlenecks are spotted, this tool can help engineers better distinguish CPU/GPU root causes, increasing debugging efficiency.
The first tablet based on the Allwinner A80 is now shipping out of China! It’s the Onda V989, using the nice ultra slim iPad Air display, this tablet looks extremely sleek and nice. Here Allwinner is showing off some of their new Smart features, including the cool “always on” sensor that wakes the device up with just a double-touch of the display (similar to LG knock-on feature, and similar somewhat to previous Moto X sensor fusion stuff), they also have a few head-tracking Smart functions that they added in settings, taking advantage of their hardware accelerated head-tracking feature: Smart Pause pauses video when you look away from the screen, Smart Rotate does not rotate the screen when you for example lie down on the bed, Smart Stay means the screen always stays on if you are still looking at it when the dimming setting kicks in (it overrides screen dimming). More specs, pricing, and other stuff to follow, let me know what you might like me to test on this tablet in a next video about it.
Here at the Allwinner Headquarters in Zhuhai China, few months before they open their brand new giant R&D headquarters just next to the one they are currently at. Their new headquarters can include more than 1000 employees, 85% of their employees at their Zhuhai headquarters are engineers, working on chip design, PCB optimization, Android optimization/updates/features, product development, customer support and much more! Check back on http://ARMdevices.net in the next few days for a range of videos filmed at the Allwinner headquarters!
Unuiga sells this RK3188 Powered TV-Mounted Android TV Box, configured for video-conferencing, with an RF Air Mouse (with built-in microphone and headphones), the back side includes 4 USB Host ports, HDMI port, AV Out, Optical out, Ethernet port, Dual-antenna, built-in front-facing video camera. Unuiga are working also on RK3288 at their PCB Design House and Factory and SMT. You can also watch this video about Unuiga’s company history.
You can contact Unuiga here:
Company Name: Great Harmony Electronics Industrial Limited
Factory Name: Shenzhen Ulike Technology Co.,Ltd.
Factory Address: 5F, E Building, Dakan Technology Park, Xili Town, Nanshan District, Shenzhen, China
Web : www.unuiga.com
Netronix is showing their upcoming new flexible E Ink Smartwatch design, using the E Ink display means the display remains always-on, and it has Bluetooth 4.0 features with Android 4.4 and iOS7, 77grams, 4-6 days battery life, the price can be around $70-$80. Netronix is a Taiwan based design house, they deliver E Ink based ARM Powered devices for customers that buy bulk and brand it.
MediaTek launches the Linkit platform called Aster MT2502, combining the MCU, PMIC, Bluetooth, Memory and Modem all into one chip. Lowering the power consumption, lowering the size, and even lowering the cost, MediaTek also introduces the Tiny System that kicks-in to standby mode on a lowered 26Mhz CPU frequency, down from a peak of 260Mhz that this MT2502 is designed to run at. When the Smartwatch is in use, it runs on RTOS Nucleus OS, running basic Smart functions with built-in Bluetooth 4.0 Low Energy. Thus lower power (runs up to 4 days) compared to the existing MediaTek MT6260 platform which already runs a whole range of sub-$30 Smartwatches on the market. Supports QVGA 320×240 displays only, MediaTek is working with all kinds of different display providers including also E Ink. To accelerate development on their Linkit, MediaTek launches the MediaTek Labs providing a development board with SDK, find more information at http://www.mediatek.com/en/labs/