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865 days ago 0 comments Categories: Others Tags: MIPS, Ingenic announce availability of sub-US$100 Android 4.0 tablet
MIPS Technologies and Ingenic Semiconductor, a China-based CPU provider for mobile multimedia applications, have announced worldwide availability of a sub-US$100 tablet PC based on Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich). The device is powered by Ingenic's JZ4770 mobile applications processor, which leverages a MIPS-Based XBurst CPU running at 1GHz. The Ingenic JZ4770 SoC inside of the new tablet is one of the first MIPS-based SoCs targeted for mobile devices that delivers 1GHz+ frequency, incr
1028 days ago 0 comments Categories: Product Tags: Non-iPad tablet vendors likely to launch new Wintel-based models to compete with Apple in 2012
Intel and Microsoft are jointly touting a new Wintel-based platform for tablet PCs, raising hopes among non-iPad tablet PC vendors that they may be able to compete more effectively with Apple in the segment in 2012 with models other than ARM/Android-based products, according to industry sources. Most non-iPad table PC vendors have been frustrated recently due to lower-than-expected performance of their tablet PCs built with ARM/Android. While attributing the slow sales to the instability