Semitime is a Chinese brand we’ve not heard of before, but it looks to be a bit of a mini PC specialist, selling various versions of mini PCs dating back to the original MK802, including this new model called the Semitime QT900.
It’s a bit like the dual-core-powered MK602 or the single-core S18H-3D but with the advantage of Allwinner’s quad-core A31 SoC CPU. The chip is accompanied by 2GB of DDR3 RAM and 16GB of flash, preloaded with Android 4.2 (Jelly Bean) operating system. The storage can be expanded by MicroSD card, with up to 32GB per card supported.
The unit comes with a built-in microphone and webcam but no details on the camera resolution unfortunately. You get RJ45 Fast Ethernet and we imagine Wi-Fi of some description but there’s no mention of it. Peripheral ports are well stocked though with two USB2.0 host ports along with HDMI and composite AV.
At this stage, there’s no pricing or availability mentioned but like androidpc.es, we’d expect this one not to be too far away.
|Processor||Allwinner A31 quad-core Cortex A7|
|Clock||Up to 1.2GHz (TBC)|
|GPU type||PowerBR SGX544MP2|
|Operating system||Android 4.2 (Jelly Bean)|
|External storage||MicroSD, up to 32GB|
|Wi-Fi connectivity||TBC (inc. RJ45 Ethernet)|
|No./type of USB ports||2 x USB2.0 host|
|HDMI form factor||Yes (inc. composite AV)|
|Dimensions||120 x 43 x 26mm|
|Announce Date||July 2013|
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