3Gnet shows Boxchip, VIA, Freescale Tablets

Posted by – March 7, 2012

3Gnet now manufactures several tablets based on the Freescale i.MX51, Boxchip AllWinner A10 ARM Cortex-A8.

Usmart shows compact Samsung Hummingbird PCB for cheap/compact Smartphones

Posted by – March 7, 2012 shows their latest compact PCB based on the Samsung Hummingbird ARM Cortex-A8 with all the sensors, basebands for cheap/compact smartphone designs.

Asus P1, portable LED Projector

Posted by – March 7, 2012

The first projector from Asus, it uses the latest Texas Instruments DLP portable projection technology, with 200-lumen, 1280x800 output, but no HDMI input, only VGA or composite inputs, it's designed to be a portable projector to be used for business traveling. I think they should support HDMI input with the adaptor for it by default. It's going to be released globally next month with an MSRP of 456€ in Europe.

Zeiss Cinemizer OLED Heads-up Display

Posted by – March 7, 2012

Zeiss shows this OLED based heads-up display using their Zeiss optics and showing some difference use cases for this device. The price is about 650 Euro for the device.

Marvel Digital International Limited at CeBIT 2012

Posted by – March 7, 2012

They show a glasses free 3D tablet that has a chipset that automatically converts 2D content to 3D.

Valueplus TizzBird Stick N1

Posted by – March 6, 2012

Using the new Telechips 8925 ARM Cortex-A5 processor platform, here's the new computer/set-top-box on a USB Stick, with a full sized HDMI port on one side, a full sized USB Host port on the other, a Micro-USB port for power, MicroSD card slot, that's it. Valueplus plans for a sub-$100 retail price, my guess is that the Bill of Materials for something like this can be done below $30 if mass manufactured. The market for these ARM Powered HDMI Sticks is going to be huge! Imagine a fully smoother Chrome on Android 4.0, a fully smooth Google TV user interface, this is awesome.

The Fantastic Useless Gadgets of

Posted by – March 6, 2012

getDigital may be one of the leaders in useless gadgets in Europe. Think of the stuff geeks don't need but really want to have. They have dozens of awesome weird fun useless geeky things on display. Go buy your own geeky things at with support for international shipping.

Gigabyte at CeBIT 2012

Posted by – March 6, 2012

Gigabyte shows new high-end Intel motherboards, graphics cards, Server racks, Ultrabooks, Netbook convertibles and a Tegra2 Tablet.

Kente shows a new keyboard

Posted by – March 6, 2012

Kente shows a new cheap RF wireless keyboard design.

Global Wave Pic3 D-2 sheet turns iPhones into glasses-free 3D devices

Posted by – March 6, 2012

They make a sheet that you can put on any iPhone 4 and iPhone 4S then install their app and that can display 3D videos, photos in 3D without the need for glasses.