Category: Tablets

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Coby Tablets at the HKTDC Electronics Fair

Posted by Charbax – October 15, 2012

Coby shows some of their latest tablet designs, including Tegra3 and Exynos4412 Quad-core, Rockchip RK3066 Dual-core and more.

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$60 5″ WVGA Allwinner A13 with 3G by Ampeq

Posted by Charbax – October 15, 2012

They are showing some really cheap Allwinner A10/A13 based tablets and some Rockchip RK2906.

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Dinys at the HKTDC Electronics Fair

Posted by Charbax – October 15, 2012

Dinys shows some of their new Rockchip Rk3066 tablets at the HKTDC Electronics Fair.

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Archos Gamepad, gameplay demo including the N64/NES emulator

Posted by Charbax – October 14, 2012

Playing videogames is the top activity that consumers do on tablets. So Archos is releasing this awesome thin, light and very well prices $149 Archos Gamepad. It's got a 7" 1024x600 capacitive touch screen but more importantly for gaming, it's got game controller buttons on each side of the screen. This device runs on the Rockchip RK3066 dual-core ARM Cortex-A9 processor with the quad-core Mali-400MP4 GPU. Thus gameplay support is quite decent, especially considering the $149 retail price of this device. Archos software engineers implement a very innovative mapping software layer solution on top of Android, to map the hardware controls to touch-screen input. Thus a large portion of existing touch-screen optimized games are thus very well playable like this. As a transition until all Android games become fully optimized for normal gamepad input. Not only as portable Android gameplayers come with buttons, but for the Android home consoles, HDMI sticks, Set-top-boxes, Google TV and more, all suggesting that Android is about to become by far the biggest video games platform in the world. In this video, I showcase one N64 emulator that I could find on the Google Play Store, though N64 and Dreamcast emulation is still a work in progress, as many more consumers start getting access to these types of Android gaming devices, hopefully it'll encourage more game developers to improve emulators and new games support on the platform. There isn't specifically need for game developers to specifically target the RK3066 and this device, since as I understand a lot of the hardware acceleration happens through standards based Open GL ES 2.0, but for sure as more gamers and developers start using these devices, the optimization level of gaming can reach perfection, or at least a very satisfactory and impressive level at that price.

Archos 80 XS and Archos 97 XS

Posted by Charbax – October 13, 2012

Archos is launching two more sizes for their Generation 10 Android Tablet series, including the $199 Archos 80 XS and the $299 Archos 97 XS, each with the optional $49 Archos Coverboard Keyboard Dock. I've been using my Archos 101 XS every day during these past 45 days, replacing my broken $1000 Intel Ultrabook for all of my on-the-go productivity and 10.1" Tablet usage. It's much thinner and lighter than an Intel laptop, the thin and light keyboard dock ads productivity to the already very awesome OMAP4470 tablet. The same priced $299 Archos 97 XS runs on the same OMAP4470 and the $199 Archos 80 XS runs on the Rockchip RK3066 processor to achieve thus a Nexus7-like price point with its own awesome thin and light magnetic Keyboard dock.

Archos Arnova Familypad

Posted by Charbax – October 13, 2012

13.1" 1280x800 Allwinner A10 Tablet from Archos, probably to be released at an attractive price.

Rockchip RK2928 and RK2926 launched at the HKTDC Electronics Fair

Posted by Charbax – October 13, 2012

Rockchip Vice-President Chen Feng presents their new single-core ARM Cortex-A9 SoC for cheaper, faster, lower power consuming tablets! They call it the Single-core Terminator. They simplify to lower the cost of the SoC thus of the entry-level ARM Powered device all the while improving the performance to provide for better entry-levels tablets.

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$89 13.3″ Laptop on VIA WM8850 ARM Cortex-A9 single-core by Hivision

Posted by Charbax – October 13, 2012

Here's one of the latest interesting ARM Powered laptops by Hivision, powered on VIA's latest single-core ARM Cortex-A9 processor. With Ethernet, HDMI out, 2 USB Host and more.

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$149 RK3066 10.1″ 1280×800 and $80 RK3066 7″ 1024×600 by Ebot

Posted by Charbax – October 13, 2012

Ebot present new low priced tablets based on RK33066 Rockchip Dual-core processors.

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Pipo Rockchip Tablets at the HKTDC Electronics Fair

Posted by Charbax – October 13, 2012

Pipo present low priced tablets and HDMI sticks on RK3066 Rockchip dual-core.

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