Simon Electronics shows Allwinner A31 10.1" for $140 and they show a MediaTek powered Android phone for $47 (I forgot to ask more details) and more. Sells 10-15K phones per month, mostly to South America and Europe.
Filmed at the HKTDC Hong Kong Electronics Fair (Spring Edition) 2013
Eken sells about 300K tablet per month. They sell 800K PCBs for tablet per month. They show ultra thin 7" IPS, $47 for VIA 8801 single-core ARM Cortex-A9 with 512MB RAM, $56 for the 7" Allwinner A20 800x480 and a bunch more.
Geniatech shows their new HDMI Stick with built-in 5Ghz dual-band WiFi support and provides a new compact DVB-T tuner on MicroUSB for Rockchip and AmLogic based tablets (comes with default driver on AmLogic tablets and for Rockchip requires modification to the tablet firmware). They have a DTV to WiFi battery powered box for $45 (guidance, I guess bulk price). Geniatech also shows some of their other current devices and they tease the next generation quad-core 2Ghz AmLogic ARM Cortex-A9 with Quad-core Mali-400 that is due to arrive in products around June/July.
50 thousand translators and writers contribute translations and copy-writing, targeting 2 million euros revenue this year. You can go online and order your content and you get it back translated a couple of hours later. Disrupting the translation market at about 3 cents per word at Basic quality, 10 cents per word for the standard level and up to 18 cent per word for expert translation and copy-writing mode.