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Allwinner A23-Powered Devices Hit the Shelf

Low Power, 1.5GHz Dual Core Processor Continues To Impress

ZHUHAI, China, Nov. 20, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Allwinner Technology, a leading fabless processor design company, today announced that tablets powered by its latest A23 dual core processor have already entered the market and hit the shelf, just one month after the official launch of the A23 processor.

Since its release, the A23 dual core processor has drawn the attention of many tablet OEMs as well as brands at home and abroad due to its stunning system performance at a competitive price. The A23 processor runs at up to 1.5GHz, and its high on-chip integration of peripherals like MIPI DSI reduces total platform component count to less than 260.

Now, brands such as HP, Teclast, Onda, Haier, and OEM manufacturers such as Neostra, Ampe, and solution houses such as iNet have released tablets based on A23, and more can be expected in the near future including tablets supporting 2G function. A23 powered tablets will be GMS certified by the end of this month, and the latest Android 4.4 KitKat operating system will soon be available for A23 tablet users as well.


About Allwinner

Allwinner Technology is a leading fabless design company dedicated to smart application processor SoCs and smart analog ICs. Its product line includes multi-core application processors for smart devices and smart power management ICs used by brands worldwide.

With its focus on cutting edge UHD video processing, high performance multi-core CPU/GPU integration, and ultra-low power consumption, Allwinner Technology is a mainstream solution provider for the global tablet, internet TV, smart home device, automotive in-dash device, smart power management, and mobile connected device markets. Allwinner Technology is headquartered in Zhuhai, China.

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