CoreTech presents a tablet with dock for DECT home phone use and for control and view of home security cameras on the home network.
I think the Norwegian guys at Cotton Candy FXI-Tech actually kind of invented the HDMI stick market, when they first showed a prototype of the Cotton Candy exactly a year ago in November 2011. Since then, tons of other ARM SoCs have been shown and released to the worldwide market:
January 2012: Allways Innovating shows OMAP4 on HDMI Stick (not released yet as far as I know),
March 2012: Telechips Cortex-A5 ultra compact HDMI sticks (2, 3) appears (probably still the most compact)
May 2012: The Allwinner A10 Mk802 appears, has taken most of the market, appearing for $74 but now available for $25 from Shenzhen, a version is $40 with free worldwide shipping in the ARMdevices.net members store.
June 2012: Geniatech shows AmLogic single-core Cortex-A9 in HDMI Stick (available for $49 with worldwide shipping in the ARMdevices.net members store)
September 2012: RK3066 is ready for dual-core HDMI sticks
October 2012: The dual-core AmLogic MX HDMI stick and $99 with worldwide shipping the ARMdevices.net members store).
More RK3066 HDMI Sticks shown, the one with Bluetooth, mini-jack audio out and female HDMI port selling for $60 including worldwide shipping the ARMdevices.net members store.
And now perhaps the most powerful HDMI stick on the market is the i.MX6 Quad-core HDMI stick (2), available for $89 including worldwide shipping hopefully starting later today on the ARMdevices.net Members Store.
Read the full review of the Cotton Candy FXI-Tech HDMI Stick with many pictures here: http://blog.laptopmag.com/cotton-candy-tested-fastest-pc-on-a-stick-can-take-over-any-screen
Here’s my overview video of the latest ARM Powered HDMI Sticks that I have found in Shenzhen China, including the $30 Allwinner A10 single-core ARM Cortex-A8, $40 Rockchip RK3066 dual-core ARM Cortex-A9, $89 Freescale i.MX6 quad-core ARM Cortex-A9 and the $150 HiMedia Q5 HiSilicon Hi3716C single-core ARM Cortex-A9 Set-top-box running the interesting HiControl Android application for remote controlling, mouse and mirroring support from any Android tablet and phone to your HiMedia set-top-box.
Guobangxingye shows their latest ARM Powered Tablets and Laptops, $70 7″ 1024×600 Rockchip RK3066, $46 7″ 800×480 VIA 8850, $67 10.1″ Laptop on VIA 8850, $42 7″ 800×480 A13, $27 Telechips and Allwinner A10 HDMI sticks and more. I’m sorry that I didn’t reply to her emails, I promise I will the next time that she sends me news I should reblog.
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Here’s an unboxing and demonstration of the new Telechips Cortex-A5 based Tizzbird Stick N1 HDMI Stick. The target price is about $75, including DTS Dolby AC3 audio decoding, 1GB RAM and an IR extender adapter cable.
Here are the documents ValuePlus has provided to argue why their HDMI Stick is the best on the market:
Here’s a tablet with a $8 option to include DVB-T or ISDBT, the ICS Telechips TCC8923 tablet costs $70 in bulk without the digital TV option.