Category: HDMI Sticks

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Chusei Android Tablets and Set-top-boxes at CES 2013

Posted by Charbax – January 20, 2013

Showing Allwinner, Rockchip and AmLogic tablets and a Rockchip RK3066 set-top-box.

laptopmag.com: Cotton Candy FXI-Tech Exynos4210 HDMI Stick reviewed

Posted by Charbax – November 20, 2012

I think the Norwegian guys at Cotton Candy FXI-Tech actually kind of invented the HDMI stick market, when they first showed a prototype of the Cotton Candy exactly a year ago in November 2011. Since then, tons of other ARM SoCs have been shown and released to the worldwide market:
January 2012: Allways Innovating shows OMAP4 on HDMI Stick (not released yet as far as I know),
March 2012: Telechips Cortex-A5 ultra compact HDMI sticks (2, 3) appears (probably still the most compact)
May 2012: The Allwinner A10 Mk802 appears, has taken most of the market, appearing for $74 but now available for $25 from Shenzhen, a version is $40 with free worldwide shipping in the ARMdevices.net members store.
June 2012: Geniatech shows AmLogic single-core Cortex-A9 in HDMI Stick (available for $49 with worldwide shipping in the ARMdevices.net members store)
September 2012: RK3066 is ready for dual-core HDMI sticks
October 2012: The dual-core AmLogic MX HDMI stick and $99 with worldwide shipping the ARMdevices.net members store).
More RK3066 HDMI Sticks shown, the one with Bluetooth, mini-jack audio out and female HDMI port selling for $60 including worldwide shipping the ARMdevices.net members store.
And now perhaps the most powerful HDMI stick on the market is the i.MX6 Quad-core HDMI stick (2), available for $89 including worldwide shipping hopefully starting later today on the ARMdevices.net Members Store.

Read the full review of the Cotton Candy FXI-Tech HDMI Stick with many pictures here: http://blog.laptopmag.com/cotton-candy-tested-fastest-pc-on-a-stick-can-take-over-any-screen

Re-watch my overview video of the latest HDMI Sticks from Shenzhen:

Overview of the latest/best HDMI Sticks and Set-top-boxe out of Shenzhen China

Posted by Charbax – October 29, 2012

Here's my overview video of the latest ARM Powered HDMI Sticks that I have found in Shenzhen China, including the $30 Allwinner A10 single-core ARM Cortex-A8, $40 Rockchip RK3066 dual-core ARM Cortex-A9, $89 Freescale i.MX6 quad-core ARM Cortex-A9 and the $150 HiMedia Q5 HiSilicon Hi3716C single-core ARM Cortex-A9 Set-top-box running the interesting HiControl Android application for remote controlling, mouse and mirroring support from any Android tablet and phone to your HiMedia set-top-box.

$25 Allwinner A10 HDMI Stick by Ditter

Posted by Charbax – October 29, 2012

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$70 7″ 1024×600 Rockchip RK3066, $46 7″ 800×480 VIA 8850 by Guobangxingye

Posted by Charbax – October 27, 2012

Guobangxingye shows their latest ARM Powered Tablets and Laptops, $70 7" 1024x600 Rockchip RK3066, $46 7" 800x480 VIA 8850, $67 10.1" Laptop on VIA 8850, $42 7" 800x480 A13, $27 Telechips and Allwinner A10 HDMI sticks and more. I'm sorry that I didn't reply to her emails, I promise I will the next time that she sends me news I should reblog.

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$82 13.3″ VIA 8850 Laptop (Macbook Air clone) and Allwinner A10S HDMI Stick by Wabook

Posted by Charbax – October 27, 2012

Wabook shows their newest products, a 13.3" Macbook Air clone running on the VIA 8850 ARM Cortex-A9 processor to be sold for $82 in bulk and one of the first $32 Allwinner A10S HDMI Sticks I've seen shown at a trade show, the A10S is the new customized A10 processor by Allwinner specifically optimized for HDMI Sticks, thus consuming less power and enabling further lowering of the cost.

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Become a $20/year Member of ARMdevices.net

Posted by Charbax – October 21, 2012

You can now become a Member of ARMdevices.net for $20/year.

For that you get:

1. Pictures/scans of business cards to all the companies that I video interview at trade shows around the world.

2. Buy some of the best value ARM Powered devices that I find, when I can get the manufacturer to agree to sell them at a good price directly to members. Consider those sample sales, but you can buy many also, and contact the manufacturer directly if you'd like to import a larger quantity. I expect to be able to provide members with some of the worlds most interesting ARM Powered tablets, laptops, HDMI Sticks, Set-top-boxes, E-readers, game players, development boards, robots, and more. Check for a status on available devices in the Members Store.

Thanks for supporting my work.

Read more about why you should become a Member of ARMdevices.net here.

XBMC, RF remote, display settings on the Hiapad Hi-802 i.MX6 Quad HDMI Stick

Posted by Charbax – October 19, 2012

A Quad-core ARM Cortex-A9 in an HDMI stick like the Hi-802 is high performance stuff! The trick is to try to demonstrate how to get use of that extra power. Here we try to show off some XBMC (even though it seems or we guess video codecs in xbmc aren't hardware accelerated on i.MX6 yet), we show the cool Mele RF remote (that can be bought as an option eventually), we show some of the advanced display settings and more. This device is to be available for $89 including worldwide Hong Kong Air Post (5-10 day) shipping on the ARMdevice.net Members Store when this device becomes available by the end of the month.

SDC Technology shows RK3066, A10/A13, Tablets, Laptops, Set-top-box, HDMI Sticks and more

Posted by Charbax – October 19, 2012

$130 9.7" IPS RK3066, $80 8" IPS RK3066, $75 7" A10 with 3G, and lots more interesting stuff from SDC Technology!

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The bunch of Rockchip RK3066/RK2908 HDMI Sticks

Posted by Charbax – October 18, 2012

Here's a discussion with Rockchip's TV Division Sales Manager demonstrating the range of different styles for HDMI Sticks based on the Rockchip RK3066 Dual-core ARM Cortex-A9 and RK2908 single core ARM Cortex-A8 processors.

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