RoadSport is a Shenzhen-based company showcasing a diverse range of products, including a few novel Bluetooth speakers shaped into balls, speakers integrated into pillows, a keyboard for the xBox 360 controller that can be attached to it, and even fake birds (ducks or geese) that can be used as a hunting decoy (bait). Also on display are swords used for cosplay. The birds cost US$5-6 per piece with an MoQ of 500.
Vizmato is a free video recording and editing app for the iOS platform (iPad and iPhone line) that includes the ability to add over 40 realtime special effects, filters, royalty-free background music, and split/join videos, supporting resolutions of up to 1080p at 60fps. The app includes paid cloud storage as an option. A running stream of videos is present in the app (under the "Popular" header) with crowdsourced videos, with the ability to upload videos to the same. Vizmato has over 4 million users and is soon coming to the Android platform.
Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge and Galaxy S7 both feature Super AMOLED displays at QHD (2560x1440px) of 5.5” and 5.1” respectively, 4GB RAM, 32/64GB of onboard expandable storage, a 12MP camera with Optical Image Stabilisation (OIS) and 4K video recording, and a 5MP front camera. Depending on markets, the phones come with either Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 chipset (dual 2.15 GHz Kryo & dual 1.6 GHz Kryo cores) or Samsung LSI’s own Exynos 8890 (4x 2.3 GHz Mongoose + 4x 1.6 GHz Cortex-A53 cores) and boot Android v6.0 Marshmallow. Both phones are IP68 water and dust proof certified.
Sony Xperia X is an upper-midrange device that comes with a 5” 1920x1080px LCD, Qualcomm Snapdragon 650 chipset (Dual ARM Cortex-A72 at 1.8 GHz & quad ARM Cortex-A53 at 1.4 GHz), 3GB RAM, 32/64GB of internal storage and expandable storage (up to 256GB), optional Dual-SIM connectivity, and with Android v6.0.1 Marshmallow out of the box. The 23MP rear camera features phase-detect autofocus for extremely fast focusing they've called it Hybrid Auto-focus as demonstrated. The front camera is a 13MP unit that can shoot 1080p video. The phone’s 2620mAh battery can be charged to 60% in half an hour of fast charging.
Joysmart shows Point-of-Sale devices that come as an all-in-one package, integrating multiple functions and accessories. Here we see their flagship model with a 15” touchscreen and RK3188 chip, running Android or Windows (with an Intel CPU). It features 8 USB ports for accessories, two SCSI ports for peripherals, Ethernet (RJ-45) port, headphone and microphone jacks. The Windows version costs US$380 while the Android version sells for US$340. Another model on display features RFID tag recognition, barcode scanner, printer, and magnetic swipe card integrated into the main unit with dual displays, selling for US$310.
GSou shows Bluetooth speakers doubles as a clock with alarm, with a built-in rechargeable battery, bulk price at US$16. The more popular model on display is a patterned metal-clad unit that comes with a 12400mAh battery, bulk price at $22. The company even has on display speakers conforming to military standards that can survive rough usage including free-fall drops, bulk price at US$16.
Coros has manufactured a smart helmet for cyclists with smart functionality. It features Bluetooth connectivity to a smartphone for taking calls, with the speaker and microphone integrated into the strap. The speaker works through bone conduction, transmitting the sound through one’s jaw and not ears. One can also select a certain Bluetooth channel allowing multiple Coros users to talk to each other. The bump sensor detects impact and sends a message to a pre-selected number. A bicycle-attached remote allows for music and call control.
Shenzhen Dewang Model Ltd shows their 3D drawing pen that allows one to draw free-form 3D objects. The pen uses a feed of ABS that is heated and extruded as “drawing ink”, solidifying on cooling to form the structure. Two models are available for US$22 and US$26(bulk price for 1000pcs), with the more expensive one featuring temperature control through an LCD. 36 colours of input material are available.
VimTag is a security solutions company that demonstrates here the P1 Smart cloud camera, which is a connected camera that supports streaming to iOS, Android, OS X and Windows platforms at 720p resolution. It features built-in motion detection, two-way voice conference, up to 64GB of local micro-SD card storage, cloud streaming, and multiple users can view the stream at the same time. The camera is also motion controlled, allowing users to swipe on the streamed content to turn the camera in real time. Prices start at US$89 and go up to US$189 depending on the model.
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Lenovo ThinkPad WiGig dock is meant to connect wirelessly to laptops to provide added functionality, such as increased USB ports and a DisplayPort. The dock uses the 60GHz WiGig protocol for a data rate of 4.6Gbps and is backward-compatible with 802.11 (WiFi). It costs US$250 and is currently on sale.