Category: Displays

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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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Mobile Mirror by Shenzhen Feifantai Technology Co.,Ltd (faytech) and Xplace

Posted by m@ddy – July 20, 2013

Here is an Innovative multi channel product "Mobile Mirror" steering PC device has Magic Mirror App to steer PC without touching the screen. You can take picture and share it instantly. It uses Hassel 60 Camera technology for better viewing and control. Integrated with touch PC system, software design by Fraunhofer Institute. It uses camera and finger for PC interaction. Already in use in some clothes stores in Germany.

Reference Link:
http://xplace.de/138.html?&L=1

Contact faytech (serious importers/distributors only please):

faytech ltd. (Shenzhen Feifantai Technology Co., Ltd)
Foreign Sales Team
Tel.: +86-755 89580612
sales@faytech.com
Company website: http://www.faytech.com

OMAP4470 Glasses-free 3D 10.1″ tablet by Hampoo

Posted by m@ddy – July 19, 2013

1. Glass-free 3D Tab from Hampoo science & Technology Co. Ltd
First of its kind in the world,Glass free 10.1ich 3D  Tablet which converts 2D photo/videos and 2D games to 3D visual experience. Snehesh Sinha a Lead Key Account Generator from Hampoo is describing Glass Free 3D 10.1 inch TAB in Tablet Trade Show.

Features:
- Plays all 3D &3D Video & Games/Photo
- Converts 2D Videos n Games into 3D
- Naked eye 3D experience
- Handy control in the application on the lhs of screen to amplify the
2D Videos  to 3D
- Far and behind option to reach back side of the screen to when
viewing 3D Videos/

Technical Specifications:
- Android OS
- 10.1”, 1920 X 1200 IPS Screen
- Wi-Fi/3G Support for smart 3G Video games
- 2D TO 3D Special Software Engine
- 50+ Games support
- 3D Photo & Video player
- GPU- SGX544 With 3D accelerator

2. OMAP4430 cortex A-9 TABS FOR Vertical Applications from Hampoo

Here is another Tab for vertical application from Hampoo.
A handy tool for Medical, Restaurants , Logistics,& Custom Apps
- Bar code scanner
- RFID sensor

Specifications:
- 1D & 2D Barcode scanner
- Wi-Fi roaming switch over time < 1 sec
- TI OMAP 4430, Cortex A-9 Duel core 1.9Ghz
- Front 2MP camera, Rear 5 MP
- 1G LPDDR2 RAM/ 16 G ROM
- Blue Tooth 4.0/ AGPS
- Wi-Fi 802.11a/b/g/n
- NFC

This product is already in use in one of the major Restaurant chain group in US.

Reference Link:
http://www.hampoo.com/en
https://www.computextaipei.com.tw/en_US/product/info.html?id=EFE0076A286722DF22EC395E2D67AB04
http://globenewswire.com/news-release/2013/06/07/552728/10035647/en/DDD-licenses-TriDef-3D-to-Hampoo-for-glasses-free-3D-tablets.html
http://www.3dfocus.co.uk/3d-news-2/worlds-first-10-1-glasses-free-3d-tablet-for-2013/13368

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Cambrios Silver nanowires to revolutionize touch screens and displays

Posted by Charbax – June 9, 2013

Sriram Peruvemba is the new Chief Marketing Officer at Cambrios, the company that is shipping silver nanowire based inks to the transparent and flexible conductor markets. Their ClearOhm material is already replacing ITO and enables high-conductivity transparent film ranging from 10 to 300 Ohms/square. In this video, Sri showed us examples of products already in the market - All-In-One computers from LG Electronics, large area monitors from eTurbotouch, mobile phones from NEC/NTT Docomo, kiosk monitors from G-Vision etc.- that use their ClearOhm silver nanowires. While at Computex we saw more and more devices with touch screens in them, the market appears to be growing rapidly and having more transparent and more conductive touch screens makes perfect sense. And with electronic paper and flexible OLED products getting close to mass production, transparent conductors that can also be flexible/bendable/rollable would be very desirable. We will bring you more updates on this technology in future videos.

Yifang Digital Touch Pen turns your regular screen into a touch screen

Posted by Charbax – April 26, 2013

Especially useful during the transition to Windows 8 on Laptops and Desktops, Yifang has developed a digital pen to turn your regular screen into a touch screen. The pen sends signals to a receiver, which simulates touch screen interactions. The units have been mass produced since October 2012. The product sells in Japan, Europe and the United States. The price is $80 and works for screens smaller than 26".

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CSOT 4K 55″ and 110″, Chinese 8.5th Generation LCD manufacturer

Posted by Charbax – April 11, 2013

CSOT (China Star Optoelectronics Technology) shows their latest 4K2K LCD screens, which they are right now manufacturing in their Shenzhen-based 8.5th generation LCD factory. They currently make about 10 million screens per year. Their LCD panels are used by Chinese brands Skyworth, TCL and Hisense among others.

Konka 50″, 65″ and 84″ 4K screens

Posted by Charbax – April 11, 2013

Konka is showing their latest 4K screens, at 50", 65" and 84" sizes.

AU Optronics 5″ 1080p OLED and other LCDs including 4K 55″ and 65″

Posted by Charbax – April 11, 2013

AUO debuts their 5-inch FHD OLED smartphone display with a 443ppi pixel density, as well as they are showing off a full range of smartphone displays from 5" to 5.7" adopting AHVA technology with LTPS production process, or Hyper LCD technology, with resolutions of 1080p, 720p, providing super narrow bezel with 1mm-width from display area to touch panel border. AUO is also some of their latest transparent and mirror displays for digital signage applications, for smart vending machines and other. For better touch screens, AUO is introducing One Glass Solution Touch, integrating the cover lens and sensor glass into the ultra slim and light module. The direct bonding manufacturing process simplifies the production procedure of the integration of the touch structure, panel and backlight to provide slimmer and lighter, high optical and anti-glare performance LCD modules.

Skyworth 4K 50″ sells for $1453 in China

Posted by Charbax – April 10, 2013

You can now buy this Skyworth 50E780U 4K HDTV in China for under $1500. It's for sale right now. $1453 (8999rmb) is just the official suggested retail price, it seems to be sold for as cheap as $1323 (8198rmb) online at taobao (which I think is kind of China's Amazon).

This 4K display is made by Taiwanese Chimei Innolux, it's sold by the Skyworth brand, the number 1 TV brand in China (in front of Samsung in China). The only sad thing about this 4K display is that you are only getting a 50" size, not 55" nor 65", I have been talking about my wish of seeing sub-$2000 4K 55" during 2012/2013, now we've got sub-$1500 4K, but for now it's 50". I'm seriously considering buying one of these for myself, if I can somehow have it safely shipped to myself in Europe with UPS or some other shipping method, do you think that would be a good idea or will I regret not having at least a 55" screen size for my 4K home screen resolution? Maybe if I wait another 2-3 months, sub-$2000 55" 4K screens are going to be broadly available? I am very excited about the possibilities of 4K displays, simply because the demonstrations of 4K at trade shows that I have seen over the past few years have always been the highlights of the shows for me. 4K is way, way more interesting than 3D. I also expect to be able to buy sub-$2000 4K camcorders later this year, maybe Panasonic is working on a GH4 with 4K high bitrate video recording resolution. And I am convinced that YouTube, BitTorrent and other online sources for above 16mbit/s compressed 4K video streaming or downloading can provide for awesome 4K video content online in the months and years to come. So I am not worried about 4K content. I am sure Hollywood already has digitized most of their movies in 4K resolution and it wouldn't be hard for them to release them all in 4K as soon as the home movies industry decides how to release them, I'd say they should just turn on 4K video-on-demand right now. $20/month for unlimited 4K movie streaming/downloading/progressive-downloading, I'd pay for that Hollywood! To save on bandwidth costs, Hollywood should just use BitTorrent for their 4K VOD movie distribution. All 8 megapixel pictures can already provide for great 4K slideshows today. I would consider placing my 4K display on an adjustable arm that easily allows the display to be used for office use, home cinema use and when raised a bit higher it can be a constant amazing 8 megapixel slideshow display in the living room. I wonder though what will be with the 30fps limitation of HDMI 1.4a that is the 4K interface used by these new 4K displays, I wonder if a firmware update can transform those to a possible HDMI 1.5 with at least 60fps or maybe 120fps support and maybe also higher bitrate if needed. I'm also worried about the built-in ARM Cortex-A9 dual-core M-star processor system not being user-replaceable once faster processors get available, because the solution to the limitation of HDMI 1.4a would be to directly stream all the contents from Ethernet or USB, but if the built-in processor needs update for the user interfaces, the 4K Google TV UI that I am expecting and perhaps especially the video decode performance being upgraded in the future. There, I'd prefer if the ARM SoC platform was easily user replaceable in all new 4K TVs, that I think would make the 4K panels more future proof regardless what happens with the eventual limitations of HDMI. What do you think is the future-proof 4K solution to the current 30fps@4K limitation of current HDMI 1.4a?

Viewsonic VSD241 24″ and VSD220 22″ All-in-one Android Computers

Posted by Charbax – March 3, 2013

You get the full Android 4.1 Jelly Bean experience on the 24" Viewsonic VSD241 1080p display running on a Tegra3 quad-core ARM Cortex-A9 processor and Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich on the 22" Viewsonic VSD220 1080p display running on the OMAP4430 dual-core ARM Cortex-A9. The price of integrating the ARM SoC with Android is perhaps not much more than selling the touch screen display by itself, and with the HDMI input and USB you can connect any Windows 8 Laptop or Desktop to this screen to thus use the same large touch screen to also use Windows 8.