So all chips ending in '3' are 1xx3 (2009) generation and all ending in '5' are 1xx5 (2011) generation.
Modern media and computing products (media boxes / phones / tablets / HTPCs) are built around a single chip, containing the CPU, graphics processor (GPU), audio hardware and all other functions.In the following years there were a succesion of specialist Media Player So C chipsets, generally getting more powerful and adding features.2007/8 The early years were dominated by Sigma Designs and the 8634 / 8635 chipset.Prepared and maintained by the Department of Public Information (DPI), Dag Hammarskjöld Library (DHL).Comments as well as suggestions for further additions/enhancements may be directed to the Dag Hammarskjöld Library.At around 2012 the market for media players switched to the Android operating system and the chipsets became ARM based.
These same ARM chipsets are used in phones and tablets.
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These players were very popular despite being priced at $200 , something that seems ridiculous today!
Also at this time the Chinese manufacturers jumped onto the scene, with players like the HDX-1000 and Egreat M34-A becoming popular cheaper clones of the Popcorn A-100 NMT.
Up to late 2007 you needed a very powerful computer with an expensive graphics card to decode HD video.