CPU Maker ACTIONS Posts Loss

Weibo:

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This is no surprise. ACTIONS was the first CPU in the first wave of iPad Mini clones. It was third in performance, behind Rockchip and Allwinner. They also cheated at AnTuTu.

It all caught up with them. Not one China tablet I know of has an ACTIONS CPU in it.

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5 responses to “CPU Maker ACTIONS Posts Loss

  1. giouncino

    in the time where Rockchip RK3188 and Alwinner A31 were the “fastest” chinese SoC, with really disappointing performance, Actions SoC incredibly was EVEN slower..I’m not surpised of this result.
    I’m surprised it’s still alive! As far as I know they still don’t have a competitive SoC at the moment. I suppose their life on tablet market will be really short

  2. Lane

    What I think did actions CPU in is back in 2012 when Ainol was one of the most respected brands, I think it was the tablet called the hero and it had an actions chip that was marketed as “quad-core cortex a9 family”, and I remember because I almost pre-ordered it. It finally hit the market and low and behold, tests revealed it actually had 4 cortex a5s in it! It was a total piece of shit and everyone was pissed off at both Ainol and actions.

    I don’t know if it was because of that of other conditions, but both Ainol and actions are meer shells of what they were back in 2011, and I’m glad that’s the case. They both tried to rip everyone off.

  3. frostdemonstorm

    ATM7039 (let’s separate it from lackluster ATM7029) was IMHO on par with RK3188 (I had ramos k6 tablet based on this SOC to compare it with very similar RK3188-based cube u39gt).

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