Geniatech shows their dragonboard development board following the 96board credit card size, to be sold at $59 it uses the 64bit Qualcomm Snapdragon 410 Quad-core ARM Cortex-A53, 1GB RAM, 8GB Nand Flash, 2x USB 2.0 host, HDMI out, compared with the other 96boards, it comes with Ethernet port and uses a regular 6.5V-18V DC-in power. For Smart Drone development, Geniatech shows their Dronecast development board, for drone video streaming using DVB-T standards, it support 720p live video streaming and controls for the Drone at up to 2 Kilometer distance.
Geniatech also shows their 23" FHD All-in-one on Amlogic S812 Quad-Core ARM Cortex-A9, HDMI-in and tuner TV inside.
MeLE StarCloud X9 is an Android TV Box powered by Amlogic S905 Quad-core ARM Cortex-A53, runs Android5.1, 2GB RAM, 16GB eMMC Flash on board, it comes with StarCloud own private tooling, 4*USB host port, SD card reader, HDMI out, SPDIF, Lan, Dual-band WiFi, customized firmware at support Google Playstore, YouTube 4K, Kodi, Netflix etc. Retail price at $99 free shipping on MeLE own aliexpress store.
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Realtek shows the ready-for-mass-production development board on Realtek 1295 Quad-core 64bit ARM Cortex-A53 with Mali-T820 GPU on 28nm, this is a prototype with Dual-band AC WiFi Rounter, Gigabit Lan and SATA port, you can also use it as a gateway and server at home. You can video streaming via monbile phone from the local HDD inside the RTD1295 TV Box. Realtek1295 support 4K HDR 10bit and VP9 video decoding, with all most 4K DRM supported, runs Google Android TV 6.0, with HDMI-in it also support Picture-in-Picture functions. Realtek claims RTD1295 TV Boxes will be mass production in Q3 2016.
MegooPad A02 is a HDMI stick powered by Allwinner A83T Octa-core ARM Cortex-A7 and PowerVR SGX544MP1 GPU, runs Remix OS 2.0, it comes with 2 version, 1GB RAM, 16GB Flash and 2GB RAM, 32GB Flash, with Micro SD card reader support up to 128GB, , with 802.11b/g/n, Bluetooth 4.0, support 1080P high definition video decoding and output, early bird price from $39 on Indiegogo now.
Xming presents Laser Phosphor as an alternative to LED as the light source for the DLP projector. This might provide higher quality, better colors, lower power consumption, higher resolution at lower price. It might. This is to be seen how much Laser Phosphor can take instead of LED as the light source for the DLP Projector market. shows the smart portable projector powered by TI DLP laser technology, it comes full aluminium body with only 23mm thickness,750g weight. Xming M1 features with 100% laser ALPD light source with 700 lumens brightness and up 1280*800 resolution, life time up to 60,000hours, that means nearly lifetime usage. It is powered by Rockchip RK3188 Quad-core ARM Cortex-A9, runs Android4.4, 1GB RAM, 16GB Nand Flash, with dual-band 2.4G/5G WiFi, dual 2Watt speaker, bulk price at $500. Xming also shows the high end model S1(same tooling with M1) based on 1000lumens laser light source, powered by RK3188, 2GB RAM, 16GB Flash, bulk price at $700.
Amlogic S912 is their high end CPU with 64bit Octa-core ARM Cortex-A53 with High performance OpenGL 3.1 3D GPU on ARM Mali-T830 GPU for higher performance gaming. Amlogic S912 supports 4K HDR including Dolby Vision, HDR10 and HLG, 4K@60fp 10bit video decode and picture in picture display, multi-format video playback including VP9, H.265 10-bit and AVS+, with complete Dolby, DTS certifications, support operators level hardware security 4K DRM. Mass production and shipping will start from Q3 2016.
Amlogic also shows S905X, which is their upgraded version of Almogic S905, 64bit Quad-core ARM Cortex-A53, compared with S905, it now supports HDR10 and VP9, intergrated Ethernet port inside the CPU. That means S905X can be certified by Google for Android TV at a very low system BOM for the TV Box market.
Rockchip RK3399 dual-core ARM Cortex-A72 with quad-core ARM Cortex-A53 big.LITTLE at 28nm with ARM Mali-T864 GPU is ready for mass production, here showing an ultra-slim tablet, featuring dual USB Type-C for charging, for data and display output. Rockchip also shows their high performance VR solution ready for mass production based on RK3399, Chromebooks, Windows 10, Set-top-boxes, Robots and more are probably to come.
TechNexion is a Taiwanese company under European Management with own manufacturing facilities in Taipei, Taiwan. Florian Wohlrab, Marketing manager at TechNexion shows us around their booth at COMPUTEX 2016. The first thing to see is their tiny Modules which pack an ARM based NXP i.MX6/7 CPU (UltraLite/Solo/DualLite/Dual/Quad) with RAM, Memory and WiFi on just 36mm x 40mm. They are also the only one running a NXP i.MX7 live demo at their booth. The NXP i.MX7D is with 2x Cortex-A7 and a Cortex-M4 this a tiny, ultralow power, that can be used for vending machines, industrial applications or generic headless systems. TechNexion is also committed to the open source EDM standard for ARM Modules. Their boards are fit for Digital Signage, rugged industrial Applications and many more. Technexion can scale up to the NXP i.MX6 QUAD Plus, which will be available shortly. They also have some cool ARM bassed systems like their BoxPC the TEK Series. This Box PC’s have MiniPCIe slots with SIM-Card holder inside and also M.2 Slots for memory upgrade. Technexion also supports USB Type-C and for automation a VGA connector as well a HDMI to fit it for Digital Signage as well. Inside is a modular system which allows you to switch e.g. Power input between 12V/24V/10~30V/PoE (Power over Ethernet). TechNexion HMI series ranges from 7” to 10” and 15” again with NXP processors. All the Software is freely available on their website with no need to register.
AOC is a major monitor display manufacturer, they are partnering with Jide to sell the AmLogic S905 quad-core 64bit ARM Cortex-A53 based All-in-one PC, the price will be "not much more than the regular price of the monitor itself". It includes 4 USB ports, HDMI, Gigabit Ethernet, Audio mini-jack input and output. The HDMI port is an input so one can use the monitor to run any external PC or Set-top-box. There is a switch button on the back to go back and forward between the HDMI input and the built-in Remix OS experience. This is an interview with Ben, one of the co-founders of Jide, about this product and about the actual status of Remix OS in the industry and how Jide is striving to be at the forefront of using Android for productivity.
Allwinner unveils Tina OS, their open-source OS based on Linux with their full range SoCs with open source support from Allwinner. Allwinner R8 is their entry level Single-core ARM Cortex-A8 SoC; Allwinner R16 is their quad-core ARM Cortex-A7 at 1Ghz with WiFi; Allwinner R40 is their new enhanced Quad-core ARM Cortex-A7 for the IoT and open source market, with better performance and enhancements including HDMI support; Allwinner R58 is their 28nm Octa-core ARM Cortex-A7 at up to 2.0Ghz with ISP and a higher performance GPU. Allwinner open source partners making and selling development boards includes the $9 CHIP deveplopment board based on Allwinner R8 with 512MB RAM, 4GB Nand Flash, with WiFi and Bluetooth4.0. CHIP got 2 million dollars funding from their kickstarter campaign and they have shipped to all their backers last December/January. Banana Pi is made by Foxconn, they make open-source development boards powered by Allwinner SoCs, having already shipped over 600 thousand, used in different applications like drones, robotics, education, servers, toys, smart home, IoT and more. BananaPi's product line includes:
BananaPi BPI-M1 and M1+ powered by Allwinner A20 dual-core ARM Cortex-A7 with Mali-400 GPU;
BananaPi BPI-M2 is powered by A31s Quad-core ARM Cortex-A7 with PowerVR SGX544 GPU;
BananaPi BPI-M2+ is powered by H3 Quad-core ARM Cortex-A7 with Mali-400 GPU;
BananaPi BPI-M3 is powered by A83T Octa-core ARM Cortex-A7 with PowerVR SGX544 GPU.
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