Anyone found anymore on the Rockchip RK2606 or RK2608.
If the chip does have an ARM9 Core, then is there a way to create our own firmware to install Linux or WinCE onto the devices and start to craft our own UI and Apps, plus more importantly, since this chip seems heavy on video/audio, it should be able to handle emulators like NES and Atari 2600 fairly well - one would hope.
I found a copy of the datasheet if anyone is interested.
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