http://www.rock-chips.com shows their newest Dual-core ARM Cortex-A9 processor integrated in already a range of 9.7″ tablets being made by a series of Rockchip partners, also being optimized for the Set-top-box (I guess possibly Google TV!), and they are also talking about Google Certification, and their new RK2906 processor which removes the HDMI output and other things to further lower the cost of entry level tablets. Rockchip also announces RK31XX for Q2 and RK32XX for Q3 2012, bringing 28nm Single-core ultra-low power consuming ARM Cortex-A9 and bringing even Quad-core.
http://smartdevices.com.cn is famous for having made the SmartQ tablets over the past 5-6 years, their early tablets were running some type of Windows CE I think, now their latest tablets run on the Texas Instruments OMAP4460 and OMAP4430 processors.
Apical Technology Research (Shenzhen) Co., Ltd shows their latest Boxchip A10 based tablets including a $60 5″ capacitive Boxchip A10 based tablet that they sell for $60 in bulk.
There has been some talk about the “$99 MIPS based Android tablets”, here, Ingenic shows some of their MIPS based tablets at the HKTDC Electronics Fair.
Leading China Industrial is using the new RK2906 to further lower the cost of the entry level tablet, removing the HDMI output.
Good news: all my 10+ video files have been recovered by a hacker expert on the 3rd floor of the Wan Chai computer market in Hong Kong (hkd$1600), he says they used a lab to open up the SD card and do some type of operation on the card, about an hour later they had all the files ready to be transfered back to my storage. Thanks to everyone who posted suggestions for how I could have done it myself!
Please let me know if you have a good idea for a way to recover the video files (I filmed about 20-30 videos today!) from a corrupted Patriot 32GB Class10 SD card. When I insert it to my PC it says that I have to format it before it can be used. I am worried to try to format it from Windows 7 or from my Sanyo HD1000 camcorder menu and restore the files after that.
I just paid $29 for http://www.wondershare.com/disk-utility/sd-card-recovery.html
“Photo Recovery 2012-04-14 at 16.47.02″ is now full with 106 m4a audio files, 9 Jpg (those work fine!), 135 3g2 video files, 124 3gp video files, 166 m4v video files, 124 mov video files, 166 mp4 video files. All of them taking up 149GB (my SD card is only 32GB!). How do I identify which of these files can be recovered?
My camera is a Sanyo HD1000 which records 720p 30fps mp4 files using the H264 format.
I’m now trying a scan 40-minute scan of the SD card using GetDataBack for FAT from http://www.runtime.org/data-recovery-software.htm (I don’t know if it also is some trialware thing).
It might have happened as the battery on the camera ran out while recording a video. Or it may be due to using a cheap 1rmb SD card adapter that I bought in Shenzhen onto the media-rooms secured Windows desktop. Or I may have shaken the camera around too much, or the Patriot cards (that I think I bought at Fry’s Electronics in Las Vegas about a year ago).
Thanks for your help if you know how to recover this card!