E-shine tablet component provider shows Morgan Touch active pen technology

Posted by juliusaugustus – July 29, 2013

E-shine is provider of components to other companies who want to create their own devices. They ship around $500 million worth of components every year. The don't really make their own and rely mostly on the sale of components. They provide components for companies like Panasonic and touchpads for Synaptics. For more Solutions Demonstrated Tablet LCDs. Solutions for Rockchip processors. To produce a Rk3188 tablet with 16gb of ROM, 2gb of RAM, and a 9.7" retina display would cost around 166 USD for 1,000 units. Dock-able Keyboard Tablet from go-clever 5" Galaxy Note like device with a 960x640 resolution. The device uses an unspecified Qualcomm processor and 1gb of ram. The device appears to have a stylus. The price is 137 USD. An unspecified 8" tablet with a Rockchip rk3066 which is soon to be upgrade to a Rockchip RK3028 next month. A Rockchip tablet with Morgan Touch technology was shown. Morgan Touch is an active pen technology similar to Wacom's technology that is not only cheaper but more precise. I am pen user so hopefully this technology finds its way into more tablets. The solution can be added to Android tablets for an additional 25 dollars. For those interested in Morgan Touch go to their website http://www.morgan-touch.com/ For other E-shine solutions they can be found at http://e-shine.cn

Filmed at the HKTDC Hong Kong Electronics Fair (Spring Edition) 2013

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