This is the second E Ink phone BOOX released. The first one was called BOOX E43 and launched out in 2014 which I helped make famous here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fTbkNld0sHE The new phone shown at CES 2020 features a 5.8" E Ink screen with 300PPI. It also has a front light with adjustable color tones, an octa-core processor, dual speakers, a microphone, a front fingerprint, and dual camera lens on the back, dual SIM card slots, or one SIM card and one SD card.
Other Onyx E Ink products are BOOX Max3 and BOOX Note2. BOOX Max3 features a 13.3” large E Ink screen, Octa-core processor, Android 9.0 OS, OTG support, 5GHz Wi-Fi, while BOOX Note2 has similar specs and a 10.3” display with front light.
BOOX also introduced the new firmware 2.2.2 they just released. There were a lot of great new features for its eReaders, such as full-page translation, scribbles on nearly all ebook formats, optimized user interface, and so on. Inspired by the users’ feedback and advice, BOOX gets a great number of ideas and launches a new firmware update for its eReaders every three to six month.
faytech latest Product Series overview, Optically Bonded Industrial Touchscreen Devices EASY Shopper
After doing the awesome factory tour https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gh3874Bxv1o Arne Weber, managing founder of faytech, provides this product series feature tour. The topics range from the optical bonding technology and progress in software development all the way to the new i5-Core product series and EASY Shopper. Arne explains all the details of faytech's touch devices and why his quality outmatches all competitor. More info on Optical Bonding: https://www.faytech.com/news/newsitem/news/introducing-purebond-optical-bonding/
More info on the EASY Shopper: https://www.faytech.com/news/newsitem/news/introducing-the-easy-shopperr/
More info on the i5-touchschreen PC series: https://www.faytech.com/news/newsitem/news/the-next-generation-i5-core-touch-pc-series/
For more information on all faytech products, visit them at http://www.faytech.com https://www.facebook.com/faytechtouch/ https://twitter.com/faytechShenzhen/ https://www.instagram.com/faytech_touch_devices/ https://www.linkedin.com/company/faytech-ag/
Interview with HDMI Forum President David Glen of AMD, at CES 2020 the HDMI Forum announces the new HDMI 2.1 cable is mandated to include Ultra High Speed HDMI Certification Label for Authentication and Verification, to ensure quality Ultra High Speed HDMI cables reach the market and support 4K and 8K video, HDR, VRR, eARC, and all other HDMI 2.1 features, HDMI Forum, Inc. announces a mandatory certification program for all Ultra High Speed HDMI cables. Ultra High Speed HDMI cable certification includes testing to meet current EMI requirements to minimize wireless interference. All certified cables of any length must pass certification testing at an HDMI Authorized Testing Center (ATC). Once certified, cables will be required to affix an Ultra High Speed HDMI Certification Label to each package notifying consumers of the certification status of the product.
“The Ultra High Speed HDMI cable is the only way to ensure all the features and capabilities of the HDMI 2.1 Specification are delivered from a source device to a display. Ensuring Ultra High Speed HDMI cables are compliant with the HDMI 2.1 Specification is essential to the HDMI eco-system,” said David Glen of Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. and president of the HDMI Forum. “The HDMI Forum’s mandatory ATC-only certification requirements are designed to ensure cables are compliant with the HDMI 2.1 Specification. And the anti-counterfeit Ultra High Speed HDMI Certification Label and its scanning results provides a visible verification of certification that a product meets the HDMI Forum’s requirements.”
Over 140 cable manufacturers participate in the existing Premium Certification Program, and resellers have come to rely on the anti-counterfeit authentication label, regular cable audit testing and supply chain verification scanning app. The new program expansion will be available soon and HDMI Adopters will be informed when it launches.
This program will be administered by the HDMI Forum’s authorized agent, HDMI Licensing
Administrator, Inc. (HDMI LA) as part of its existing certification program. “The industry has had five years of experience with the HDMI Premium Certification program and many HDMI cable manufacturers are already testing and certifying their High Speed HDMI Cables and applying the anti-counterfeit labels,” said Rob Tobias, CEO of HDMI LA. “Expanding this program to include the new Ultra High Speed HDMI Cables provides a seamless verification experience.”
About the HDMI Forum, Inc.
HDMI Forum, Inc., a non-profit, mutual benefit corporation, is comprised of the world’s leading
manufacturers of consumer electronics, personal computers, mobile devices, cables and components. An open trade association, The HDMI Forum’s mission is to foster broader industry participation in the development of future versions of the HDMI Specification and to further expand the ecosystem of interoperable, HDMI-enabled products. For more information on the HDMI Forum or on becoming a member you can visit http://www.hdmiforum.org
HDMI LA CEO Rob Tobias at CES 2020, HDMI 2.1 Ultra High Speed Cable Certification Program introduced
HDMI Licencing Administrator CEO and President Rob Tobias gives an introduction to CES 2020 where HDMI 2.1 and 8K is one of the main topics and trends of the show. HDMI LA introduces the HDMI 2.1 Ultra High Speed HDMI Cable Certification Program.
faytech managing founder Arne Weber gives a full faytech Shenzhen factory tour, giving insights about what it is like living ten years in China, and what the future plans of faytech are. Besides this, this video features a closer look at some of the most promising products of faytech, such as the interactive shopping cart to be presented first time in 2020 at the NRF 2020 conference, the interactive bathroom mirror and the new i5-touchscreen PC series too.
faytech has grown in the last ten years from a small assembly company located in Shenzhen, China, to a global industrial touchscreen specialist. You can notice faytech's growth since this is the fourth time I film at the factory since 2013 here:
faytech factory tour in 2013: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F-v5YDQJXMU
faytech factory tour in 2015: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vFQrLZ_HL0I
faytech New York tour in 2016: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-c9cpyVZ3Ts
faytech factory tour in 2017: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tm4vNc5wzG4
Today, in China, more than 300 employees work in two faytech locations, Suining and Shenzhen in which faytech has its own R&D, Sales&Marketing and Purchasing departments, as well as its world leading optical bonding facility and a small quantity project and product assembly. The mass production, including its own case manufacturing is now happening in Suining.
Interested potential partners, project developers can contact faytech directly here: email@example.com
Aikun shows their new Ultimate hello V83 Portable Wireless Speaker Versatile, go-anywhere shape that fits in your hand, Up to 18-hours of rechargeable battery life that gives you non-stop music. And when your smartphone is nearby Bluetooth will help keep the beat going..
hello V83 it's TWS 4.2 Blutooth / 18H Playtimes / IPX4 / Water Resistant 33F Range / Magnetic magic / lightweight design (420 g / 14,8 oz.)
The hello Bluetooth speaker is built to withstand the elements. Submerge it, drop it, cover it in mud – it’s designed to be the ultimate companion to any remote destination. Interchangeable rubber jackets allow for styling options, level of ruggedness, and mounting capabilities. Go Anywhere.
Distributors are welcome to contact Aikun for more information below:
Tel.: (+86) 6110 2468 - 6110 2858
Building A2, Tai tang Industrial, Shajing,
Baoan District, Shenzhen City
Fugaku is the flagship next generation national supercomputer being developed by Riken R-CCS and Fujitsu in collaboration https://www.r-ccs.riken.jp/en/postk/project Fugaku will have hyperscale datacenter class resource in a single exascale machine, with more than 150,000 nodes of sever-class Fujitsu A64fx many-core Arm CPUs with the new SVE (Scalable Vector Extension) with low precision math for the first time in the world, accelerating both HPC and AI workloads, augmented with HBM2 memory paired with each CPU, exhibiting nearly a Terabyte/s memory bandwidth for both HPC and AI rapid data movements. A64fx has demonstrated up to 8 times the performance of mainstream "Platinum" server processors for HPC workloads, and this game-changing performance has been realized through extensive co-design process involving the entire Japanese HPC community resulting in a highly HPC-optimzed CPU architecture. Fugaku also will likely to be the premier big data and AI/ML infrastructure; currently, we are conducting research to scale deep learning to more than 100,000 nodes on Fugaku, where we expect to obtain near top GPU-class performance on each node. The talk will give an overview of A64fx/Fugaku as well as cover some of the software ecosystem efforts to enable high-end HPC / BD / AI.
Booth tour at E Ink #CEATEC2019, featuring Ricoh 42” Interactive Digital White Board, Linfiny 13.3” / 10.3” eNote, Ratta Supernote 10.3", 7.8”, GDS Bus Signage, 28.3” Bar Display, E Ink JustWrite, E Ink JustPrintIt, E Ink JustTint, Battery Less Tag from Tag makers NJRC, SK Electronics, Takaya, Denso Wave Reader/Writer, Takaya, E Ink Evaluation Kits, 13.3”ACeP, 1.43”, 1.1”, EPSON Display Controller, ACeP (Advanced Color ePaper) 13.3” / 26.6” / 4.3” eBadge, CREA 42” 4pcs Tile Up Signage / 32” Signage.
Video-coverage from CEATEC 2019 sponsored by Semiconductor Energy Laboratory, watch my videos with SEL here.