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9.7” Onda V989 Tablet with Allwinner A80T UltraOcta shipped today for $219.90 only

After 搭载全志A80T八核芯片 昂达V989平板电脑曝光 (Exposure of Tablet PC Onda V989 equipped with a full eight-core Allwinner A80T SoC) [平板盒子网, June 17, 2014] with the following incredible Antutu benchmark:Earlier A80 SoC info:  Allwinner to continue the No. 1 position on Android tablet application processor market with the new UltraOcta A80 SoC optimized for premium devices, without the … Continue reading

Allwinner A80T: CPU Performance/Power and GPU tuning of the SoC, the 5 initial PCBA designs (4 by Allwinner itself)

See first: 9.7” Onda V989 Tablet with Allwinner A80T UltraOcta shipped today for $219.90 only [USD 99 Allwinner, July 18, 2014] Octa-Core CPU Performance/Power Tuning on the Allwinner A80T [ARMdevices.net YouTube channel, July 18, 2014] This video shows one of the GPU tuning tools (PVRTune) used during A80 development. To run the tests, an A80T … Continue reading

Allwinner to continue the No. 1 position on Android tablet application processor market with the new UltraOcta A80 SoC optimized for premium devices, without the premium cost, also made universal accross other devices (TV box, notebook, smart TV, All-in-one and digital signage), and operating systems (ChromeOS, Smart TV, Windows, Ubuntu and Firefox OS)

Allwinner was the No.1 vendor in Android tablet AP shipments worldwide for 2013. So the company got the above China Partner Award from ARM this April. (Note that ARM knows exactly who is the No. 1 from the royalty payments.) And now Allwinner is going to strengthen its position even more with the UltraOcta A80 … Continue reading

Three octa-cores and two more quad-cores to enhance the Allwinner SoC portfolio in the next two and one year respectively

Now after The Allwinner A80 eight-core big.LITTLE SoC is to come with an Onda tablet in November or December [‘USD 99 Allwinner’, Sept 30, 2013] there are further related news: Allwinner announced that their upcoming Allwinner A80 Octa-core SoC with four ARM Cortex-A15 cores and four ARM Cortex-A7 cores configured in a big.LITTLE HMP (when … Continue reading

Is low-cost enough for global success?

Or, what Allwinner et al. and the device vendors around them will need in addition to the low device costs made possible by the SoC vendors themselves? (The new SoC market sweetspots established by Allwinner: the A10 is available @ $7 and the A13 is @ $5). In some markets, yes: Here Comes the First … Continue reading