Rockchip Debuts RK3188 at CES2013
Jan 11, 2013 (Close-Up Media via COMTEX) --
Rockchip debuted its RK3188, a new generation quad-core processor at CES2013 in Las Vegas.
According to a release, RK3188 is a chipset based on 28nm process from Chinese IC design company, which comes with a new revolution of technology in the global mobile Internet industry. Based on quad-core ARM Cortex-A9 architecture, RK3188 attains great CPU performance as high as 1.8GHz frequency, and the GPU is also a powerful quad-core "giant", ARM Mali-400 MP4 @533MHz. Along with the powerful quad-core CPU performance, RK3188 has a high performance dedicated 2D processor and high-speed inter chip interface. It is also a perfect support for super-high resolution displays and GPS baseband, and can support Android4.2 and further versions of Android OS. "RK3188 is a 1H2L solution, which is known as being high-performance, low-consumption, and low-cost," said Chen Feng, CMO of Rockchip. "The debut of RK3188 will fuel the evolution of the mobile Internet industry, marching into the quad-core era, starting from the tablet market."
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