InSignal shows the Exynos5420 Arndale Octa Board, with four ARM Cortex-A15, four ARM Cortex-A7, six Mali-T628, adding eMMC, PCI, HDMI, Sound, USB device, USB Host, Ethernet, Camera module, providing full development board platform for developers wanting to develop solutions based on the Samsung Exynos5420, possibly the fastest ARM Processor on the market today. We may see quite advanced software development for Android, Chrome OS (or Chromium OS), Ubuntu and more. People can order it right now for $179 at pyrustek.com
Category: Chrome OS
I decided to buy a $279 ($303 with taxes) HP Chromebook 11 with the Exynos5250 Dual-core ARM Cortex-A15 with Mali-T604 inside, even though it would have been nice if it already would have been shipping with the newer Exynos5420 Octa Core ARM Cortex-A15/A7 with Mali-T628. I guess that Samsung doesn’t yet provide their latest big.LITTLE yet for third parties to ship in devices? As soon as a good cheap 13.3″ Exynos5420 Chromebook is available I’ll probably switch to that latest ARM Chromebook as my main video-blogging laptop.
Wabook shows their latest range of low priced tablets, now featuring Rockchip RK3026 and Allwinner A23 to lower prices and to increase the performance at lower power consumption, also showing RK3188 and A31S tablets, then also showing Wabook’s new and improved ARM Powered Laptop design now using the new VIA WM8880 dual-core ARM Cortex-A9 processor, now with a better chiclet keyboard, a better larger mousepad, better mouse buttons, better USB Host port designs and more, priced at $65 in bulk. Wabook now says Chrome OS on that is a possibility.
Contact Wabook (serious importers/distributors only please, tell them you watched the video):
Shenzhen Wabook Technology Co Ltd
Helen Zhao, Sales Manager
Mobile phone: +86 18566261690
Filmed at Filmed at the HKTDC Hong Kong Electronics Fair (Autumn Edition) 2013
Yes! The Second ARM Chromebook is now released for $279, made by HP. But wait, still same Exynos5250? Why no Octa? Isn’t that the exact same Exynos5 Dual processor Samsung used in Samsung Chromebook released a year ago? Maybe it’s tweaked. This HP Chromebook 11 sounds to have a better IPS display, better build quality perhaps, MicroUSB charging (is it a 5A or at least 2A MicroUSB charger?) The really good news is that Samsung is providing its Exynos5 for ARM Chromebooks by third parties, such as the huge HP. It would be nicest to see Exynos5420 in there though. 28nm vs 32nm, Octa big.LITTLE vs Dual, Mali-T628 vs Mali-T604, 1.9Ghz vs 1.7Ghz, etc.
- The new HP Chromebook, made with Google (chrome.blogspot.com)
- HP Chromebook 11 launches: $279 for an ARM-based Chrome OS laptop (gigaom.com)
- Google Unveils HP Chromebook 11 for $279 (mashable.com)
- Google announces $279, Chromebook Pixel-inspired HP Chromebook 11 (arstechnica.com)
- Unannounced HP Chromebook 11 in the works? (liliputing.com)
- Google’s new ‘Chromebook for everyone’ is a sleek 11-inch HP laptop (theverge.com)
- HP Chromebook 11 details leak (slashgear.com)
- HP Chromebook 11 sighted in leaked HP document (androidcommunity.com)
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OMAP4 Smartwatch solution, System In Package (SiP) (OMAP5 option) integrated with NAND 512/256MB, LP SDRAM256/512MB,& IC TPS65950 from PRINCO Corp.
Princo SiP module Total Solution provides SiP modules integrated with OMAP4, OMAP5 programming processors,Sigle Level Cell NAND 512/256MB Flash,power management IC TPS65950, Low Power SDRAM256/512MB. Integrates with 5ICs and 100 capacity comounds.This miniature module IC is designed to serve as a core building block for video-rich and graphics-rich multimedia applications.
Target applications include:
Smart Watch, Smart Phone, Tablet, Multimedia Players, Industrial PDA, Human Machine Interface, Hand held Computing Devices, Smart Control unit, Smart Toys, Industrial Control application and More….
PRINCO Corp. has established for 30 years and devoted in devlopment of very high density software for 12 yrs.
Features and Benefits:
1.High Performance with Low System Cost
● ARM Cortex-A8 core, 600/ 720 /800/1000 MHz.
● Easy-to-use. ( 423-pin, 0.8 mm BGA ball pitch)
● 4L-PCB design feasible.
2.with High Reliability
● 21mm ×21mm × 1.25mm
● Ideal for space-constrained handheld devices.
● Proven for industrial grade use.(-40℃ to 85℃)
● Proven Wifi/Bluetooth connectivity.
● GSM/GPRS/3G connectivity
● GPS module
● H/W,S/W Reference Design and PCBA total solution available.
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A few hours before the official unveiling of the Google Moto X phone, here I talk with Thomas Christiansen of http://worldoftommy.com, +Todd Neumann of AT&T and +Rafael Morales of http://AndroidSpin.com
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Thanks +Daniel Lietzan for sending me a Chromecast so I’m one of the first in Europe to be testing one! In this episode we talk about all the latest news around the Google Chromecast, Google’s “simplified Chrome OS” Powered HDMI Stick!