Acer H7550ST is a Full-HD DLP 3000 lumen projector with Contrast ratio up to 16,000:1, can integrate a hidden ACER wireless HD dongle (or Chromecast dongle) or any other HDMI Stick within the Projector. The Acer H7550ST measures 36x24x8cm (14.2"x9.4"x3.1"), weighs 3.4kg. Connectors include 3xHDMI ports including 1xMHL (1xHDMI with hidden wireless HDMI Stick), VGA in, S-video, Component and Composite, a 3.5 mm jack input and output. It also has built-in 10W stereo speakers with powerful DTS Sound.
INNOPIA shows their own Magic Home devices include a MagicCast HDMI stick, a smart plug and a smart LED light bulb. The MagicCast dongle is based on ARM Cortex A5 Telechips SOC, Compared with other Miracast dongle or Chromecast dongle, The INNOPIA MagicCast HDMI stick support DLNA, Miracast, Airplay, Phone and PC Mirroring, it also support Cloud access and storage. The Smart plug and light bulb can easily be controlled by the MagicCast HDMI stick or APP via Mobile phone.
LG G4 features with a 5.5inch Quad HD IPS Quantum Display, powered by 64bit Hexa-Core (Dual-Core ARM Cortex A57 and Quad-Core ARM Cortex A53 ) Qualcomm Snapdragon 808 Processor with X10 LTE, rear 10MP camera with Lase AF, Front 8M camera, Battery 3000mAh removable battery. 3G RAM, 32GB Internal Memory, micro SD card support up to 2TB.
Wookey is testing out the MantaroBot TeleMe, he's in the UK talking remotely to the people at the Linaro Connect in San Francisco. I filmed Wookey talking about Debian on ARMv8 64bit in my previous video.
Archos unveils their plan to cover the world with cheap bandwidth for the Internet of Things using PicoWAN, Archos's new ultra-low-cost long range IoT bandwidth adapter. People will get them for free by June 2016, to install in their own homes, and each PicoWAN has up to kilometers of range bandwidth for IoT devices into every neighborhood, worldwide. Archos estimates that 200 thousand of these units can cover the whole of Europe with connectivity for IoT.
- Is it on unlicensed 700mhz TV white spaces?
- Is there not enough bandwidth to also support a worldwide free broadband network for Smartphones and Tablets too?
- This is the future! I video-blogged FON wifi enthusiastically in last 10 years and their lack of range has been disappointing. As FON, anyone sharing bandwidth from their home should not only share 50% in revenue but also they should roam the world for free.
I possibly think it would be better for Archos PicoWAN to somehow provide free connectivity for everyone, free connectivity for every IoT device around the world, yet each device should be registered so they cannot use up all available bandwidth, some kind of throttling maybe is required within PicoWAN. Unlocking extra bandwidth should be possible for devices that need more bandwidth, but only if the bandwidth is available.
The eInfochips Eragon 410 is based Snapdragon 410 processor and comprises of on an ultra-small (26mm x 35mm) System-on-Module that acts as a building block for a wide range of products requiring low power consumption and connectivity, while providing a superior multimedia experience with solid processing power. The development kit comprises of a state of the art connector-less carrier board that interfaces the SoM via edge castellation for an added cost and size benefit. This benefit of Price, Performance, Package and Power makes the Eragon410 an ideal solution for robotics, infotainment, automation and control, and Internet of Things (IoT) devices, including wearable technology.
The eInfochips Eragon 600 is based on Qualcomm Snapdragon 600 Processor comprising of the high performance featuring a Qualcomm Krait 300 CPU with an advanced ARMv7 compliant architecture. The System on Module (SoM) is an MXM connector based high performance solution that comes in an 82mm x78mm form-factor including 2GB Memory, eMMC, GPS and integrated Wi-Fi/Bluetooth, making it an ideal solution for power efficient applications. eInfochips also has different versions of development kit to suit your end application. The engineering version of the development kit comes with an advance carrier card including Zigbee, Bluetooth, GPS, MPCIe, SATA, LVDS, MIC, and Speaker whereas the productized version of the Development Kit comes in a chassis with 7” LCD screen, 2.4 GHz Wi-Fi antenna.
VKANSEE shows the world's thinnest optical fingerprint sensor. It takes fingerprint images at 2000DPI resolution, 4 times higher precision than most competiting fingerprint sensor technologies yet on the market, higher resolution fingerprinting means more accuracy and more security. Read more at http://vkansee.com
Sony releases this new 4K Super35 camera at $5600 in the USA 5800€ in Europe, with kit lens it costs 500€ more. It records 4K at 24/25/30 FPS, HD at up to 240FPS in Sony's XAVC Long and AVCHD Recording Codec. It has a continuously variable Neutral Density filter which is a first in Super35 imaging, enables to blur the background even in sunlight; also offers conventional presets at 1/4, 1/16 and 1/64 ND. Sony's E-Mount system is compatible with E-Mount servo zooms, manual zooms and primes; A-Mount lenses (via Sony's adapters); PL mount lenses (via third-party adapters); and other SLR and rangefinder lenses (via third-party adapters). 360° rotating, detachable Smart Grip can be used with industry-standard rosette, Sony’s FS7 telescoping arm and third-party accessories.
Ezchip is preparing a 100 core ARM Cortex-A53 Processor, optimized for high-performance networking, 200-Gigabit throughput, hardware accelerators, Mesh cores interconnectivity for massive bandwidth, low latency and linear scalability. Barry Spinney, Network Architect at Ezchip talks about the 100-core ARM processor and shows a hardware-optimized ODP implementation running on the Tilera TILE-Gx 36-core processor with PCI-Express, Multiple memory controllers, hardware assist, hardware scheduler, crypto-engines, hardware traffic manager with many new hardware acceleration parts to be implemented in the 100-core ARM SoC. You can read more about it here: http://www.tilera.com/News/PressRelease/?ezchip=97
MediaTek MT2601 dual-core ARM Cortex-A7 enables affordable Android Wear Smartwatches, let me know when you find some good models on the market so I can try to film them! I think this could enable $50 Android Wear Smartwatches out of Shenzhen, to be seen if Google/Alphabet allows/encourages it.