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Smartdevices SmartQ shows latest OMAP4 and Exynos5 based Tablets

Posted by juliusaugustus – August 14, 2013

SmartQ is a producer of Android Tablets. They have produced devices in the past such as the Linux based SmartQ V5 or the T20. More information can be found at http://en.smartdevices.com.cn/
Products Include:
SmartQ U7 is a 7" Android Tablet with Omap 4 processor and built in projector. They sell around 2,000 of these every month. The price is around 240 USD each for 1,000 units.

SmartQ T30 a 10.1" 1280x800 Android tablet with Omap 4 processor. This t30 is around 6 months old and will be replaced with by the t40 with a 10.1 1920x1200 screen and Exynos 5 processor.

SmartQ Ten5 with 9.7" retina screen and very thin bezel with Exynos 5 2ghz processor.

SmartQ N10 a not yet released pressure sensitive pen. SmartQ wouldn't specify the pen type but it appears to we from N-Trig.


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I-Consulting Group Cloud Back Up Services

Posted by juliusaugustus – August 13, 2013

ICG stands for I-Consulting Group a Hong Kong based company who is ten years old and has hundreds of customers. They provide cloud computing services such as back up for computers and for mobile devices. They also partner with hardware venders like Dell. For more information on I-Consulting Group go to their website
http://www.i-cg.com/eng

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

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Wasam Telego Best Sonny cheap smartphones

Posted by juliusaugustus – August 12, 2013

Wasam Technology is a Shenzhen based producer of feature phones, Smartphones and tablets. Wasam operates under the brand names Telego and Best Sonny. They currently have a factory employing around 2,000 people.
Products include.
W503 (NFC) which has an MTK6577 processor, a 5" QHD screen, and 512MB of RAM.
W980 with a Quad Core MTK6589 processor, a 5" QHD screen, dual sim, and 1gb of Ram.
G313 With a sc6820 Cortex A8 processor, 3.5" HVGA Screen, Dual sim, 512MB of storage, and 256MB of Ram. This sells for an amazingly low 35 USD.
An unspecified feature phone is around 23 USD and runs and faux smartphone os. This device is similar to flip phones of yester year.
W501Q with a Quad core Qualcomm 8225 1.2ghz, 8.0 Megapixel camera, and a 5" screen with a QHD resolution. A mock up this was show by Charbax. This sells for around 150 USD.

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

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Woxingo Android Tablets and HDMI sticks

Posted by juliusaugustus – August 6, 2013

Woxingo is a Shenzhen based producer of Android devices such as tablets and HDMI sticks. Woxingo has a very large factory that employs around 1,000 people. More information on Woxingo can be found at http://www.szwxg.com.cn/
Products Include:
9.7" Retina Android tablet with Rockchip RK3188. The price is 150 USD for 1,000 pieces.

8" Android Tablet with Rockchip RK3066. The price is 119 USD.

7" 1024x600 Android tablet with Rockchip RK3168. The price is 72 USD.

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

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Shenzhen Tena Android Set-top-boxes and HDMI Sticks

Posted by juliusaugustus – August 5, 2013

Tena is a producer of Android based set top boxes as well as HDMI sticks. On top of hardware development they also do software development for Linux or Android. Tena also provides solutions running not only Android but Ubuntu. The folks at the both were unwilling to quote prices.
Products Include:
Android set top box with dual core Allwinner A20 processor. The set top box also support webcams for things like Skype video calls.

Rk3188 Android HDMI stick.

Android Set top box with various CPUs.

RK3188 Tablet which could in theory run Windows RT.

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

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U-Force MT6589 and Lamborghini phones

Posted by juliusaugustus – August 2, 2013

U-Force is a tablet and phone ODM and has been in the business for nine years. They have designed products for companies such as Lamborghini. They sell around 500,000 phones per month. The company mostly targets US, European, South America, and markets in South East Asia.
Products Include:

6" Quad core smartphone with MTk6589 processor. The device shown was a mock up. It can be produced for 170 USD.

6" Dual core smartphone for 130 USD.

Unspecified 6" Quad core smartphone for 140 USD.

Lamborghini luxury Smartphone for 1 million HKD or 128,929 USD.

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Mobile Action Technology Bluetooth 4.0 Fitness Devices

Posted by juliusaugustus – August 1, 2013

Mobile Action Technology is a producer of fitness devices that work on Bluetooth 4.0 low energy with Android and iPhone. These devices include GPS' and heart rate monitors. Heart rate monitors work by connecting through Bluetooth 4. A Bluetooth 4 sensor enables one to see the speed and distance of a bicycle on an iPhone. The sensor costs around $39. The GPS sports watch connects through Bluetooth 4 and the High end model is around $99. The smart watch can theoretically last for 24 hours. The bicyle computer costs $89. The company primarily targets European markets. All their devices use Bluetooth 4.0 low energy technology.

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

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DBX Electrical shows $40 7″ MediaTek and Allwinner Tablets

Posted by juliusaugustus – July 30, 2013

DBX Electrical shows Android tablets using Mediatek and Allwinner.

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

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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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