TianheZhiyuan makes Rockchip PCB Designs, here showing off their newest RK3168 based 7" and 9" tablet PCB designs, showing around their PCB Design house with some of the staffs that are working there on a Saturday.
Check me dancing to Michael Jackson's Bad in a Camera-recognition game dancing game running on Sunchip's RK3188 HDMI Stick. The Kinect style body recognitions aren't as precise as a Kinect because a regular webcam obviously doesn't have that many sensors.
Here's Kobe Bryant of Sunchip talking about their new Rockchip RK3188 Quad-core ARM Cortex-A9 HDMI Stick, showing also their other Set-top-boxes, Dual-core, Quad-core and showing around their headquarters with R&D engineers, sample production line, sales. marketing and more.
Latest Asus Transformer on Tegra4 Quad-core ARM Cortex-A15 with a new 2560x1600 high resolution 10.1" display. Launch is to happen in Q3 this year, they expect the price to be $399 without the Dock, $499 without the Dock. Battery life may be 10 hours even with the high resolution display.
New Intel desktop box.
Here's Asus's latest extremely overpriced quite useless use of Android on top of a Wintel machine, using the latest most expensive Intel processor, and instead of using ARM on the Android mode, for no good reason, Asus makes yet another Intel x86 mistake, there's yet another Intel Atom for Android mode. This over-expensive Intel Asus machine is probably going to cost $1500 and nobody is going to buy it. But here again, Johnny Shy likes to use the time of world media to show off yet another concept that is not going to interest nearly anyone. Good thing the Intel CEO has just been replaced, what the purpose is for this type of product is quite remote. Is Asus going to sell more than a few thousand of these overpriced quickly outdated devices worldwide?
Asus launches their new $149 MediaTek MT8125 Quad-core ARM Cortex-A7 with SGX GPU, no HDMI/MHL, but it has a MicroSD card slot, MicroUSB, Audio Jack, battery capacity is big enough for about 10 hours of use depending on use. This is thus not a new Nexus, it's a new Asus, expect only the higher cost skew to be available, the $129 8GB skew is maybe not going to be much available outside of what Asus considers developing markets.
- Asus launches Memo Pad HD7, a Nexus 7 with a rear camera for $129 (theverge.com)
- Asus intensifies Android tablet price war with $129 Memo Pad HD7 (pcworld.com)
- ASUS Announces Memo Pad HD 7 Android Tablet (news.softpedia.com)
- ASUS MeMo Pad HD 7 and FHD 10 tablets get official (slashgear.com)
- Asus announces MeMO Pad HD 7 (betanews.com)
- ASUS Announces the $129/$149 MeMo Pad HD7! (omgdroid.com)
Again, here's Asus working with Intel on a likely overpriced underperforming product that likely is not going to sell much. Hasn't Asus learnt from the success of its Nexus 7 and previously Transformers to know that success come by using ARM and not doing anything on x86. But anyways, here's yet another Asus Fonepad that is not a transformer, not sliding a phone into a tablet (concept that nobody wanted), here instead using their spelling mistake at promoting a Galaxy Note competitor on an Intel x86 processor, thus automatically unlikely to sell any more than a third rate market failure. Even the relatively unpopular Asus Transformer line on Nvidia Tegra processors have sold more than all the worlds Intel Ultrabooks combined. Learn the lesson Asus, would you? Go ARM, Go Big, if you still go x86 you go bust. Is Asus a lost cause? Why all the lame waste of time working with Intel? What does Asus get from that partnership? Foes Intel give Asus a rebate on bundling of Intel processors for ranges? Is Johnny Shih comfortable doing such lame Intel x86 deals year after year? Does Johnny Shih never stop up and take action on the always under-performing, always sub-par, always unpopular Intel x86 based solutions? Why does Asus keep working with x86? How many times does Asus have to fail with Intel before they learn the lesson?