DisplayLink is showing some of their latest demos, here featuring a smooth wireless HTC Vive experience using a DisplayLink dock connected with wireless 60Ghz video signal to/from the VR gaming PC, then showing daisy-chaining 3 DisplayLink docks powered by the DisplayLink DL-6950 chip, launching this Dock in the Targus Dock 160 launching for $249 at Amazon.com. DisplayLink engineered its algorithm to compress display over USB, it works with Chromebooks, Android phones, Windows 10, Ubuntu, Mac OS and more. DisplayLink got integrated with Chromebooks natively by DisplayLink's partnership with Google, and for Android you just need to run the DisplayLink Presenter app for it to work from most Android phones that have Micro-USB or USB Type-C, as long as those have USB Host function active in them. DisplayLink is well integrated with Windows 10 also at the core of Windows Continuum. They also demonstrate SiBeam for a wireless USB connector.
The Ghost drone 2.0 is a completely mobile controlled drone that has no joy stick. The drone will take advantage of a smartphone's motion sensor. The drone has a home button function to return to where it started. The Ghost Drone 2.0 offers 4k video recording at 25 FPS.
Launching this summer in the USA at $12,999.99, this is Hisense's first short throw 4K Projector system, aiming to display a 100-inch 4K image from just 13-16 inches away from the screen with 2,700 lumen using DLP technology making it usable in the daytime. It is HDR-compatible and includes 5.1 audio surround.
HP releases what they claim to be world’s thinnest and most secure business 2-in-1 convertible laptop, with a 13.3" 4K display option (also the cheaper FHD and a FHD SureView privacy mode (so neighboring passengers on a flight or elsewhere can't see what you are doing), with up to 16 hours and 30 minutes of battery life, 7th Generation Intel Core processor, 2x USB 3.0, USB Type-C, HDMI, Micro SD. You can read more about it here: http://www8.hp.com/us/en/campaigns/elitebook-x360/overview.html
Zoomtak Uplus is powered by Amlogic S912 Octa-core ARM Cortex-A53 at up to 2.0GHz with ARM Mali-820MP3 GPU at up to 750MHz, it supports 4K HDR10, VP9, H.265 10bit decode, 2GB DDR3 RAM, 16GB eMMC and supports an internal 2.5" SATA hard drive up to 2TB. Zoomtak Uplus TV Box comes with LED screen in the front panel, it runs Android 6.0 Marshmallow with pre-installed Kodi 16.1 Jarvis (stable version). It supports OTA update. HDMI 2.0, CVBS output (RCA), stereo audio (2x RCA), Gigabit Ethernet, dual band WiFi 802.11 b/g/n/ac, Bluetooth 4.0, 3x USB ports, IR receiver, 5V/3A Power Supply available in Silver, Red, Blue and Black. You can read more about it on Zoomtak's website.
Distributors can contact Zoomtak here:
Shenzhen Zoomtak Electronics Co., Ltd.
Tel: +86 755 29033689
Mob: +86 13538098986 (whatsapp)
Sunchip shows their latest RK3399 Hexacore 64bit dual ARM Cortex-A72 with quad ARM Cortex-A53 with Sata port, USB Type-C and USB3 and more. Sunchip also shows their dual lens 360 panoramic video camera. Sunchip CX-A12 is their 64bit AmLogic S912 octa-core ARM Cortex-A53 based TV Box. Sunchip releases true 4K sports camera based on Hisilicon Hi3559 V100 which is a 32bit big.LITTLE SoC using one ARM Cortex-A17 and one ARM Cortex-A7 core on 28nm HPC+ process using HiSilicon fifth-generation Hi-Lark video encoder which can encode 4K@30fps and 1080p@30fps simultaneously, 2K@60fps, 1080p@120fps or 720p@240fps. Hi3559 V100 supports dual sensor inputs for a dual-lens 4K@30fps 360 VR camera which Sunchip says they are working toward.
http://whatisop.com details the OP1 ARM Processor optimized for Chromebooks, it's the Rockchip RK3399-C Hexacore 6-core, dual ARM Cortex-A72 and quad ARM Cortex-A53 in big.LITTLE formation with Mali-T860MP GPU.
I believe that OP1 is the big push by Google and Rockchip, together with manufacturing partners such as Samsung shipping with Samsung Chromebook Plus from February 12th for $449 at Amazon.com to finally push Chromebooks to a Billion users worldwide, now with OP1, I believe that they have optimized the processor for mass market Chromebook success, with an optimal performance, power consumption and price point. They have worked for over a year on the OP1, to optimize it for the Chromebook market. As you can read on http://whatisop.com the OP1 chip is optimized for smooth low power consumption web browsing on super nice high resolution displays, with dual USB Type-C connectivity, fast reliable Wi-Fi connectivity, up to 4K playback, it uses GPU Compute to optimize the performance of every aspect of the Chrome OS web browsing UI. Fonts, scrolling, displaying images, animations, video, all is optimized, improved and accelerated also by the Mali-T860 GPU. Unlike Intel x86 Chromebooks, the OP1 platform runs all Android apps natively without emulation, that means that all the advanced Android apps optimized for productivity, such as Microsoft Word, Excell, Powerpoint, many other productivity Android apps such as OfficeSuite and PDF Editor, Free Office, Docs to Go, also Google Drive, Polaris Office, Quip, WPS Office and PDF and thousands of other productivity apps already available on Android, and thousands of advanced games on Android, all these apps are optimized for ARM, with Native Code in them that just runs better on ARM. I would guess that running any of these thousands of advanced Android apps might consume half the power to run on ARM compared with x86.
Sony showcases some of their latest cameras at CES 2017. Featuring the 240 frames per second burst photo shooting (up to 960fps with the RX100 Mark5, 315 phase detect auto-focus, front-end LSI for faster performance to improve speed of operation and buffering. The Sony alpha6500 with 425 phase detect auto focus points, with fast 0.05 second auto-focus speed. Sony Alpha 99 mark2 flagship full frame camera with 12fps at 42 megapixels jpg/raw with auto-focus and auto-exposure. Then this video features my interview with Patrick Murphy-Racey who is a professional sports photographer and videographer who's content can be seen on Sports Illustrated, where he talks about the advantages of the Sony a6500 and the rx100 mark5, where he likes to use the Sony RX100 mark5 with the Tascam DL-10R compact lapel microphone recorder and merge with the video in post production automatically in Adobe Premiere Pro CC, you can see his demonstration of that setup here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YWaHVg1uImg
Sony launches XBR-A1E BRAVIA OLED TVs at 55", 65" and 77" powered by the Sony X1 Extreme 4K HDR processor (see also my other video about the X1 Extreme processor), to enhance the picture quality potential of self-emitting wide viewing angle OLED panels, producing deeper blacks and brights for an optimal contrast. Sony A1E series is also equipped with Sony's new Acoustic Surface that vibrates the display to create sound from the whole display surface not needing to use traditional speakers on the side of the display.
Sony BRAVIA X940E 75" 4K HDR TV with full array local dimming LEDs for more brightness and contrast with X-tended Dynamic Range Pro, runs on Sony's 4K HDR X1 Extreme processor, 40% more real-time image processing compared with the previous X1 processor, with HDR remaster for upscaling standard dynamic range (SDR) content to near 4K HDR quality. Sony Bravia X930E is for 65" and 55" with same processing capabilities as X940E. X930E has Slim Backlight Drive+ technology doing edge-lighting giving near full array local dimming performance. Sony launched the first X1 processor in 2015, enabling possibly the industry best noise reduction and upscaling quality, now with X1 Extreme, Sony expands on the features for improved 4K HDR quality for high picture clarity, higher contrast, and wider colors support. X1 Extreme introduces Dual Database Computer Vision Processing for improved noise reduction and upscaling using tens of thousands of references that Sony generates from its archive of knowing how recognizable things are supposed to look like. X1 Extreme also introduces Super Bit Mapping 4K HDR removes banding creating a smooth, natural picture. X1 Extreme also introduces Object-based HDR remastering recognizing objects in the image to adjust contours, textures, depth for a more natural look.