Allwinner publishes A31/A31s SDK 3.2 update: faster boot, smoother system, better...

Following the recent release of Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean, Allwinner keeps improving support for their A31 and A31s platform as they just announced a...

Rockchip RK3188 CPU overclocked to 1.8 GHz and up to 1.92...

All current tablets and MiniPC using a Rockchip RK3188 quad-core CPU are currently limited to 1.6 GHz frequency. The CPU was initially marketed to...

JMI Pulse 10 Allwinner A31 based, 10.1″ Android tablet soon available...

JMI Tech has just unveiled the second tablet of the company history with the JMI Pulse 10, a 10.1 inches Android based on the...

PhoenixSuit flashing tutorial for Onda V972, V812 and other Allwinner A31...

Allwinner A31 based tablets (such as the Onda V812 or V972) currently offer great processing power and value for the price. These devices are...

Root for Onda V812 / Onda V972 and Allwinner A31 based...

Allwinner A31 CPU based devices such as the Onda V812 or V972 tablets current offer great performance and features for the price. While Onda...

Archos 80 Platinum, 8″ quad-core A31 tablet passes FCC

The ARCHOS 80 Platinum has just passed FCC certification. This device is part of ARCHOS latest Platinum line of products, that was introduced at...

4K UHD video play test with Onda V812 tablet (quad-core ARM...

HD displays are getting more and more common on high end tablets, most recent processors easily cope with 1080p video content (1920x1080, Blu-ray Disc...

Kobo Arc tablet announced, starting price at $200 available in November

Kobo has just released to the press the final details on their Arc tablet, a content oriented Android 4 Ice Cream Sandwich 7" tablet...

Quick look at the Texas Instruments TI OMAP 4470 CPU, Kindle...

The OMAP 4470 system on chip (SoC) is the latest production from Texas Instruments (TI) 4th generation of OMAP processors. First presented...

Archos 101 XS (Gen 10) review | Part 3: tablet and...

On the paper, Archos 101 XS tablet, powered by a TI OMAP 4470 System on Chip (SoC) still clocked at 1.5 GHz isn't expected to provide such a performance boost over the previous Archos G9 based on the TI OMAP 4460. We have run several benchmarks to get an idea, you will find the results below.