AMPE A10 QUADCORE Tablet PC
The new Tablet PC AMPE A10 Quad Core is here
Powered by a Freescale i.MX6 CPU the brand AMPE launched the first chinese QuadCore Tablet PC. It's a revolution and we will see some iPad vs AMPE A10 QuadCore discussions soon. Good news from Asia.
There are lots of Tablet PC in the market, but sometimes we know one of them is the begining of a new era. AMPE A10 QuadCore shoots for mark the start of QuadCore chinese tablets production. We saw before the first DualCore, the mini Android PC new niche created by ZERO Devices after launch its Z802 and be cloned by lots of factories in China, the Android based videoconsoles... Now it's time for the new generation of CPUs QUADCORE.
Multicore CPUs first appeared on the desktop and laptop PC platforms around 2005. The i.MX 6Quad family covers a quad-core platform running up to 1.2 GHz with 1 MB of L2 cache and 64-bit DDR3 or 2-ch., 32-bit LPDDR2 support. Integrated FlexCAN, MLB busses, PCI Express® and SATA-2 provide perfect connectivity, while integration of LVDS, MIPI display port, MIPI camera port and HDMI v1.4 makes it an ideal platform for leading-edge consumer, automotive and industrial multimedia applications. The i.MX6Q is the choosed CPU for AMPE A10 QuadCore.
Obviously there are very important differences between older and newer version:
Here you can see the Freescale i.MX8Q block diagram for your reference:
What about Freescale i.MX6 Series Performance?
Of course, for feel the big difference you must try the new AMPE A10 Quad Core by yourself.
You can buy your tablet from an official seller here: AMPE A10 QuadCore