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Android 4.0 processor for mobile internet to be released at CES 2012

Android 4.0 processor for mobile internet to be released at CES 2012

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By eeNews Europe



With more than 80 percent of the Chinese tablet market presently using Rockchip, the Fuzhou-based company is looking to expand worldwide through CES. Rockchip will be showing a large selection of tablets at CES with 35-to-40 different brands on-site.

Since their inception in 2001, Rockchip has quickly emerged as a major player on the Mobile Internet Platforms world stage. The company’s first chip, the 27XX series, provided a great alternative for practically decoding MP3/MP4 products. Last year at CES, Rockchip released its RK2818 processor, and has produced its RK2918 chip only one year later. The 2011 RK2818 chip was the first chip to decode Google WebM VP8 hardware and is compatible with Android 2.3 (Gingerbread).

For further information: www.rock-chips.com.

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