Pipo shows the P1+ RK3288, W6 Windows tablets and more

Pipo already introduced a strong line-up of RK3288 a few months ago and this time at Hong Kong fair, new models were introduced. In...

Virtual button mapping on Rockchip devices part 1: RKGameControlSetting on RK3188...

Rockchip continues to bring some cool features to Android tablets and MiniPC devices based on their processor. A few months ago, they offered a...

Archos 7 HT v1 (version 1) and Archos 7 HT v2...

This short post helps to differenciate Archos 7 Home Tablet v1 (7HTv1) and Archos 7 Home Tablet v2 (7HTv2) specifications Archos 7 HT version 2...

Updated Rikomagic MK902II based on Rockchip RK3288 processor coming soon

The Rikomagic MK902 MiniPC, a quad-core set top box equipped with a 5 MPixels camera (under review here) should soon get updated with latest...

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...

Rockchip RK3288 with Mali-T760 GPU shows up on GFX Benchmark

Rockchip RK3288 processor is not far away and the first Pipo tablets are expected to ship with it before end of this month. The RK3288...

ARNOVA 10 Tablet 4GB review (part 1 – introduction)

The new Arnova 10 Tablet is one of the cheapest 10 inches Android Tablet on the market. It sells at 200 USD or 200...

PicUntu Linux Ubuntu package for Rockchip RK3066 based MiniPCs (MK808, UG802...

AndrewDB, Alok Sinha and their developer team are bringing a nice Ubuntu package for RK3066 based devices. This is basically a Pico sized (under...

Ubuntu 12.04 now booting on Rockchip RK3188 MiniPC

About 10 days ago, we told you about Linux kernel for Rockchip RK3188 source publication together with a PicUntu release on the way. Well...

Rockchip RK3188 Linux 3.0.36 Kernel source published, PicUntu update on the...

Until now, devices using Rockchip latest 28 nm HKMG processors such as the RK3188 (quad-core) and RK3168 (dual-core) were missing Linux Kernel source code....