Ainol Electronic Launches New Tablet Product Featuring Actions Semiconductor's Owl Series ATM7029 Chipset

Thu Dec 27, 2012 4:15pm EST

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ZHUHAI,  China,  Dec. 27, 2012  /PRNewswire/ -- Actions Semiconductor Co., Ltd.
(Nasdaq: ACTS), one of  China's leading fabless semiconductor companies that
provides comprehensive portable multimedia and mobile internet system-on-a-chip
(SoC) solutions for portable consumer electronics, and Ainol Electronic Co.,
Ltd., a leading brand Consumer Electronics (CE) company based in  Shenzhen,
China, today announced the introduction of the Ainol Novo 10 Hero, a 10.1"
Tablet product featuring the Owl Series ATM7029 chipset from Actions
Semiconductor.   

Actions' ATM7029 chipset supports AndroidTM  4.1(Jelly Bean) operating system
and will also support the upgrade to AndroidTM  4.2. With the ARM CortexTM 
multi-core CPU, multi-core 3D GPU, full spec 1080p video encode/decode engine
and USB2.0/3.0 PHY integration, the ATM7029 provides unprecedented levels of
performance and power efficiency.

"As a leading Consumer Electronic brand in  China, we are proud of the
partnership with Actions Semiconductor. It's really exciting to be the first one
who delivers products integrating Actions' ATM7029 chipset," stated Mr.  Zaimin
Wang, General Manager of Ainol. "In the fast-paced consumer electronics
business, time-to-market and innovation is critical for solution providers, and
more important, to our end-user customers. Through the high performance of the
ATM7029 chipset, we believe our customers will enjoy the complete user
experience of our product," concluded Mr. Wang.

"In our view, the partnership with the leading brand, Ainol, is a major
milestone for Actions Semiconductor as we are one of the first companies in 
China  to provide the multi-core CPU SoC beyond dual CPU solution to the Tablet
market," commented Dr.  Zhenyu Zhou, CEO of Actions Semiconductor. "ATM7029 is
the first chipset of Actions' Owl Series. Ainol's decision to utilize our
ATM7029 chipset for its Novo 10 Hero Tablet affirms their confidence in the
integrity and performance of our products. Together, Actions and Ainol will
satisfy the needs of our customers by delivering tablet products with the best
price-to-performance ratio. We are excited about this product introduction and
our continued work with numerous OEM and design house partners to develop new
solutions utilizing our ATM7029 technology," concluded Dr. Zhou.  

About Ainol  Electronic

Ainol Electronic is a leading brand Consumer Electronics (CE) company in 
Shenzhen, China. Since its inception in 2004, Ainol has risen through the ranks
of the consumer electronics industry. Ainol is focused on offering innovative,
feature-rich products and solutions that are consistent market share leaders.
Ainol is a leader in supplying turnkey solutions and major components for the
Digital Video and Audio consumer electronics markets. Additional information can
be found at  www.ainol.com.

About Actions Semiconductor                                                     
         

Actions Semiconductor is one of  China's leading fabless semiconductor companies
that provides comprehensive portable multimedia and mobile internet
system-on-a-chip (SoC) solutions for portable consumer electronics. Actions
Semiconductor products include SoCs, firmware, software, solution development
kits, as well as detailed specifications of other required components. Actions
Semiconductor also provides total product and technology solutions that allow
customers to quickly introduce new portable consumer electronics to the mass
market in a cost effective way. The company is headquartered in Zhuhai,  China,
with offices in  Shanghai  and  Shenzhen. For more information, please visit the
Actions Semiconductor website at  http://www.actions-semi.com.



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 Investor Contacts:                                                    
                                                                       
 Lisa Laukkanen           Edward Chen                                  
 The Blueshirt Group      Investor Relations at Actions Semiconductor  
 lisa@blueshirtgroup.com  edward@actions-semi.com                      
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