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Improved ARM core, other changes in TI mobile app processor

8/15/2008 11:00 PM EDT
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hku
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hku   9/23/2009 12:14:56 PM
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green_is_now   11/14/2008 3:48:06 PM
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I have one question Greg. At the end you talk about the 3430 that has 720p resolution capabilities. Is this a typo or is this a third processor? 3430 one notch up from 3530 ? If so what is the resolution capabilities of the 3530? How did the increasing numbers get out of sequence? 3430 was having issues geting the last bugs out of the IVP and they cut a 3530 to get to market before the could fix the 3430? OK so there was more than one question o well!

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chrmjenkins   8/16/2008 1:57:31 AM
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And it already has an open source home: openpandora.org

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