Rockchip Releasing New Platform to Support Tablets and Google TV
Fuzhou Rockchip Electronics Co., Ltd, (Rockchip) is gearing up for the release of their new mobile internet platform. Expected at CES in Las Vegas, the RK29xx series solution is designed to support Android 2.2, tablets, and Google TV. The platform uses specialized 2D and 3D GPU processors and can handle 1080p HD video on MID’s, internet TV’s, and smart phones. Rockchip says this new solution is the first in the world to support the WebM VP8 video codec entirely in hardware. If you’re heading to CES next month, swing by their booth where they plan to show off MIDs, Internet TVs, smart phones, E-book and PMP’s using the new platform.
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