Ben Lai, CEO of Pipo, shows off Pipo self-balance scooter and introduces his full products line including latest Intel Mini PC stick (with a fan), Intel Mini PC (with displays and without), Intel tablet and Intel laptop. The New Pipo X9 powered by Quad-Core Intel Baytrail Z3736F, 2G RAM, 32GB ROM, featured with 8.9’’ 1920*1200 Multi-touch screen, installed Windows 10 + Android 4.4 Dual OS, with WiFi 802.11b/g/n and Bluetooth4.0, 4* USB 2.0 port.It can work as a tablet or table mini PC.
Distributors can contact PiPo here:.
Ben Lai, CEO
uleFone Paris at just $110 on MT6753 Octa-core ARM Cortex-A53 with Mali-T720 GPU, with a nice looking 5" On-Cell 1280x720 display, Dual-SIM LTE, Gorilla Glass 3, 13megapixel Omnivision back-camera, 2GB RAM, 16GB Flash, 2250mAh battery. This is a really nice looking 5" Smartphone with a nice display and a nice Octa-core 64bit processor and LTE. Read more about it at http://ulefone.com/products/paris/features.html
Distributors can contact uleFone here (let them know you watched this video):
Mobile+86 137 6035 5182
Jerry, Sales Manager
Mobile:+86 156 293 1210/138 2743 5163
Bluboo shows mockup of their upcoming Android Wear smartwatch to be powered by MediaTek MTK2601 Dual-core ARM Cortex-A7, with a round shape display, 512MB RAM and 4GB ROM, supports SIM cards, bluetooth 4.0 to be priced at $79, mass production will be ready on November. Bluboo also shows their full Smartphone product line from MT6735 Quad-core ARM Cortex-A53 to MT6753 Octa-core ARM Cortex-A53, Full HD screens, big batteries up to 5300mAh. Prices ranging from $120 to $149.
You can contact Blueboo for more info (let them know you watched my video):
Candy, Sales Director
Mobile: +86 136 31535501
AAPPAA shows their new 4G LTE phones with no MOQ requirement orders under their Phonemax brand, the price is around $50 for LTE MT6735 and $40 for 3G MT6580A. Phonemax 4G LTE phones are powered by MediaTek, with screens from 4.5", slim designs, factory price at $40, $50 or $60. The 5" LTE smartphone with HD panel sells from $60.
Distribution and resellers can contact AAPPAA here:
Summer Liu, Sales Director
Phone: +86 18123748816
Sunchip makes a VR Glass powered by Allwinner H8 Octa-core ARM Cortex-A7 partnering with Nibiru to accelerate development of 360 video and games content to the VR market. Sunchip VR on Allwinner H8 sells at $169.
Geniatech shows their newest HDMI Stick on 64bit AmLogic S905 Quad-core ARM Cortex-A53, it supports real 4K@60fps H.265 10-bit video decode on HDMI 2.0 output. It runs Android 5.1, Dual-band 802.11A/C WiFi, mass production to be ready on November.
faytech shows world´s first 55” capacitive Touch as conference table, as single POS-information display, for industry automation or even as interactive information and Video Wall. faytech talks about them being industrial touch device specialist combining German engineering with price efficient Chinese production showing off a 15,360 x 8,640 pixel interactive video wall with up to 256 simultaneous touch points, set up from eight capacitive Full-HD 42” capacitive Touch Monitors connected to a single PC. The interactive information wall was developed by faytech for a German defense company as prototype for submarine simulators.
More highlights from the tour presented by Arne, the managing founder of faytech, is faytech´s new capacitive Touchscreen PC series from 7” to 21.5” with their patented rubber sealed IP65-front protecting the panels from water, dust and vandalism and faytech´s own capacitive chemical etched anti glare touch panel making them the first choice for Industry 4.0 applications, the Internet of Things and any POS usage. A slim 15.6” embedded Touch PC represented faytech´s embedded portfolio of 7” to 55” embedded resistive and capacitive Touch PCs running already as Taxi-application, in industry automatization or the point of sale. The presentation is completed by faytech´s first complete UL certified 19” Touchscreen Monitor and an optical bonded 11.6” Full HD capacitive TPC with features like light sensor, sunlight readable outdoor panel, full IP65 enclosure, RFID, MiFare, NFC card reader and even an integrated yoctoboard to open and close doors, an ultimate solution for entrance system and building automation.
Customers and distributors who need touch devices with a large stock of standard touch devices and the flexibility and competence to realize any touch device project can contact faytech at http://www.faytech.com or by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
Lattice recently acquired Silicon Image, makers of MHL, here showing the awesome features of upcoming SuperMHL Smartphones with USB Type-C, where the one USB Type-C connector can transfer 4K video, audio and 5gbitps data over USB 3.1 standard. Here showing off the solution using a Qualcomm development kit and some demonstration boards made by Lattice to show off their SuperMHL processor. In the future output at up to 8K at 120fps will be possible. Charging will be ultra fast at up to 20volts and at up to 5A.
With $1.6 Million successful Kickstarter funding, shipping to their backers within weeks, Jide shows Remix Mini, a 64bit ARM Desktop PC TV Box! It's real, I am publishing this video using a review sample of it (let me know in the comments what I should test in my review video!) They sold some at $40 to their early backers on Kickstarter, in total 21 thousand people have ordered it. The Remix team is based in Beijing, they have worked on a beautiful and amazing Desktop-like UI for Android, it really feels like a Desktop computer. Remix Mini supports every Android app. Apps open in windows in the UI, some apps open by default in full screen but mostly can be set to only open as a window (right click on app and change app to open in window). Remix Mini ships with Allwinner's new 64bit ARMv8 Quad-core ARM Cortex-A53 capable of playing back HEVC H265 in 4K. This is the beginning of Android being used for productivity!
Topsky is the only supplier of headmounted micro-display based devices that I have seen at Hong Kong tradeshows who may be able to provide a Google Glass like experience starting at $230 per unit for a 100-unit minimum order quantity. The only negative things about it is the Ingenic MIPS dual-core processor (instead of using Rockchip or Allwinner ARM solutions), and the software is "not yet" provided by Google, this doesn't run Google Glass UI, it doesn't run Android Wear UI, it runs Topsky's custom UI on top of Android, which looks good, but is not quite the same as having Google's support. What could happen though, is Google people watch this video and contact Topsky below, or maybe some hackers get it and improve it somehow. I look forward to try it out some more to see about the voice-control capabilities, if it hooks into Google Now yet or some other voice command Android app, and how in general it may or may not manage to use any other Android app that may work good for this user interface. My dream is still (since CeBIT 2005) to live-stream from my face and see a live chat from anyone watching about which questions to ask the people that I interview in 4K. Crucial for this "vision" is for affordable Google Glass type devices to become available. These need to be mass produced, the price can be lowered further, then the software platform should be open and fully supported by Google and by everyone! Let's make headmounted computing happen!
You can contact Topsky here (thanks for telling them you watched my video!)
Sofia Huang, Sales Manager
Mobile: +86 15815527996