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Rockchip RK3328

Rockchip just launched the latest Rockchip RK3328 ARM SoC with support for 4K HDR, Android 7.1 & Linux. Enter to know more!

Chromebooks didn’t exactly take off, but with falling prices ones such as the Xolo Chromebook can actually be devices that make sense.

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GamePad Digital, also known as GPD, is a brand specializing in the production of Android based gaming handhelds. We briefly touched upon them during the top 5 Android gaming handhelds post last year, and now they’re in the process of making another handheld supposedly named the GPD XD.

Rockchip has taken over the Chinese tablet market back last year from Allwinner who happened to be the tablet SoC leader one year earlier. When …

Freakbox, the Rockchip powered Android TV box that developers from the FreakTab community put together is now up for pre-order for a reduces price!

Rikomagic are one of the most popular makers of Android powered TV boxes from China, and are all set to start shipping their RK3288 powered next-gen TV boxes starting later this month.

China’s Hisense have been focusing on the American market for a while now, and it seems like the company might just launch another tablet for the US in the coming weeks.

MediaTek and Rockchip are two of the most popular chipset makers from China, and according to reports, both could soon be powering Chrome OS devices.

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We all know that benchmarks and real world performance don’t necessarily go hand in hand, but when something manages to raise the bar like the new Rochip RK3288 people tend to take notice.

SoC superpower Intel just announced that they’ve joined hands with rising Chinese maker Rockchip to power the next generation of low cost Android tablets.

A semi-functional prototype powered by the Rockchip RK3288 just got showcased at the HK Electronics Fair 2014, one that boots up in a matter of 8 seconds!

It’s just been a handful days since we talked about the slew of Rockchip RK3288 powered Pipo tablets that are on their way, and today we already have news of 2 new devices that would feature the same chipset from Rockchip.

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China releases an Android games system powered by the Rockchip RK3288 with Nintendo Wii and Xbox features!

Pipo has been among the fastest rising Chinese tablet manufacturers, ever since the company hit it off with dual-core RK3066 tablets in 2012.

Chinese processor maker Rockchip have some interesting things in store for CES and 4G LTE is a big part of it.

In just 4 days time CES in Las Vegas will kick off and one of the gadget trends we expect to see are wearable Android smart glasses like the one Rockchip have been planning.

It has now come to fore that the company has managed to procure appropriate licenses to be able to use the current most advanced ARM instruction sets and architectures. Rockchip are now eligible to use the ARM Cortex-A57, Cortex-A53, Cortex-A12 architectures on their upcoming series of chipsets, the RK32xx.

ARM have just unveiled two new Mali GPus, the mid-range Mali-T720 to replace the current Mali 400 and 450, and a flagship Mali-T670.

Rockchip bosses have confirmed that the semiconductor fabrication company is working on more powerful next-gen quad core processors, which will be succeeding their current RK3188 series.