Rockchip’s RK32288 processor is starting to show up in Android running tablets and TV boxes. Now Rockchip is also branding off a prototype of Chromium OS running on a tablet with its new ARM Cortex-A17 quad-core processor.
According to the RockChip the ARM Cortex-A17 processor giving strong enough performance to open up to 30 Google Chrome browser tabs at once. Don’t you think it is quite very fast.
Here below is the video where you can check the live demo how a tablet starts in 8-second.
When we talk about it’s boot times, faster is better, and getting a full restart down to a just 8-seconds is far better than what many gadgets have seen earlier before. Sure, this is still in testing phase (demoed) for Chromium OS — the open source rendition of Google’s ChomeOS — but also for Android tablets (no sign about smartphone and other Android running gadgets) and that is some pretty outstanding stuff. From the HKTDC Hong Kong Electronics Fair (Spring Edition) 2014.
The RockChip RK3288 chip features ARM Mali-T764 GPU with support for 4K video playback and H.265 video decoding which I think is commendable, and when ARM Devices found up with Rockchip RK32288 at the HKTDC show in HongKong this week, the company was displaying gadgets supporting 4K displays.