I know I'm digging some old stuff back up here, but I opened my medion, so I might be able to give you some more info on the chips etc. I'll try to be as complete as possible by posting all text I find on the chips.
I can do some programming and I'm still interested in a port, so with some help maybe I can do this.
- on the touchpad: (controller chip)
I had to unsolder the lcd from the main board for these:
- main chip:
- hynix chip (probably memory)
edit: This should be the Hynix HY5V56D, which is SD ramhttp://www.hynix.com/datasheet/pdf/dram/HY5V56D(L_S)F(Rev0.3).pdf
- 8pin Philips chip:
edit: this will probably be a PCF8563 realtime clockhttp://www.nxp.com/acrobat_download/datasheets/PCF8563_6.pdf
- very tiny 10pins thingie near the power input and USB connector:
looks similar to chips found in the IaudioM3, Iriver players, and OlympusMR100
"It is most likely a TI BQ24020 Li-Ion Charger."
- squared 28 pin small chip (next sd card reader, could be controller for this:
edit: apparently this is the Wolfson WM8731 Low Power Audio CODEC With Integrated Headphone Driver
- and finally a small bga-like chip
on the sticker:
on the chip itsself:
edit: this seems to be boot sector flash, more info here: http://www.amictechnology.com/pdf/A29L400A.pdf
-on the SD card connector
(probably just the manufacturer and type, but I added it for completeness)
- On the LCD: I couldn't read anything from the LCD chip, since it was epoxyed. I did find this:
on the silkscreen print:
SVT in an oval (brand?)
printed (stamp) on the LCD pcb:
edit: a little google search on this one brought this up: http://www.sytco.com.tw/DM/P160128-10-R7.pdf
this one uses HHT8820 controller and NT7701 drivers.
more info on the drivers: http://www.densitron.com/uploadedFiles/Displays/Support/NT7701Ver2.1.pdf
I'm having a hard time finding info on that controller, but this one is probably similar: http://www.raio.com.tw/Data/Datasheet/RA88%20Series/Ra8802_8820_Simple_DS_v11_Eng.pdf
So that is all I could find. I couldn't make any pictures where the texts where actually readable with my camera, so this will have to do.
Please advice if this is any of this makes any sense to someone.