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Nvidia Muscles into your Living Room with their Android TV box, the Shield

You can get one for $200 (or $300, if you want more storage). Source: Nvidia’s Apple TV-like Android TV box, the Shield, is out now Everyone wants a space in your living room and that tiny living room of yours is getting a little more crowded as Nvidia has just laid their stake on it […]

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Tegra 4 versus RK3188

Androydz has made a few comparisons between various SoCs that are commonly used in Android mini PC and tablets. From the many comparisons, the Rockchip RK3188 quad core SoC seems to hold an advantage over most of the other SoCs. However, some of the SoCs that the RK3188 was compared against like the Nvidia Tegra […]

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NVIDIA Shield to ship on 30th June

The NVIDIA Shield is of course the other major Android based game console besides the Ouya and the GameStick. Both the Ouya and the GameStick are by smaller and less well-known companies but found great success as crowd funded projects on Kickstarter. The NVIDIA Shield on the other hand is designed by GPU giant NVIDIA […]

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A31 vs ATM7029 vs Tegra3 vs Exynos 4412 Quad Core Battle

The Allwinner A31 and Actions ATM7029 quad-core SoC are pitted against the Nvidia Tegra 3 and Samsung Exynos 4412. Chinese site padhz.com has a battle royale among these 4 quad-core SoC that are popular choices among tablet manufacturers. The A31 is the latest design from Allwinner. The Allwinner A10 was a popular SoC and it […]

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Rockchip RK3188 Wins Battle of Quad Core Processors

Chinese website, padhz.com, pitched 3 quad-core processors, Rockchip’s latest flagship RK3188, Samsung’s Exynos 4412 and Nvidia’s Tegra 3 together in a battle to determine which is the best. The Rockchip RK3188 is the successor to the very popular RK3066, a dual core ARM Cortex A9 processor. The RK3066 is widely used in many Android tablets […]

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