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.
Filmed in 4K using Sony AX53
Allwinner shows their 4K VR all-in-one solution using Allwinner H8vr Octa-core ARM Cortex-A7 with PowerVR SGX544 GPU, runs Android, 2GB RAM, 16GB Nand Flash, supports up to 4K@30fps video playback. Allwinner expect that VR all-in-one will take the biggest market share by 2020, bigger than Phone VR (cardboard+) and PC-based VR (Oculus Rift). Allwinner H8vr's main focus is video decoding based VR experience, producing less heat (60% compared with competitors), less power consumption (3 hours battery life with a 3000mAh battery, 20% better energy saving compared with competitors), less weight (only 300g for the total VR headset). Allwinner also presents their VR roadmap until 2017, VR9 will be release on in Q42106 with 4X faster performance and with full mobile VR gaming support, VR10 will be released with the a new architecture SoC with 4G LTE, software and hardware based artificial intelligence module, 2X faster performance and 50% lower power consumption (compared with VR9). Allwinner also shows their single-lens 360degree camera solution based on their Allwinner V3 ARM Cortex-A7, supports H.264 video record in MP4 format at 1080p@60fps, 720p@120fps. With built-in WiFi, it supports real-time live streaming of the 360 video to your all-in-one VR headset or smart phone. Filmed in 4K using Sony AX53
Distributors/brands can contact Allwinner here:
MediaTek shows what they claim is the world's fastest charging technology that they call MediaTek Pump Express 3.0, it uses USB Type-C, using any standard USB Type-C cable, it can charge a smartphone battery to 70% in 20 minutes; charging for 5 minutes allows for 4 hours of talk time. Mediatek claims Pump Express 3.0 is ready for mass production on MediaTek P20 SoC with their design for a new 5V/5A USB Type-C power adaptor. MediaTek claims to be the first to enable Direct Charge, which bypasses charging circuitry inside the phone and prevents device from overheating by routing the electrical current directly from the adaptor to the battery. MediaTek claims it is Ultra Safe, with 20+ protection mechanisms due to the high 5V/5A charging power.Filmed in 4K using Sony AX53.
Distributors/Brands can contact the MediaTek Pump Express 3.0 team here:
SY Lin, Sr. Manager
firstname.lastname@example.org (let them know you watched this video)
Here is the JmGO booth tour at China Sourcing Fair, JmGO shows G1, P1, P2 on the trade show. JmGO View get $257K from Indiegogo campaign and now ready for shipping. You can buy JmGO View(P2) here: http://www.aliexpress.com/JmGO
Distributors can contact JmGO directly:
Pacha He, Overseas Sales Director
Mobile Phone:+86 13632711546 (also works with whatsapp)
Flyshark shows the new Android TV box iLepo M9 Plus powered by Amlogic S905 Quad core ARM Cortex-A53, runs Android 51 2GB RAM, 16GB Nand Flash, comes with private tooling, dual band WiFI 2.4G/5G and Bluetooth 4.0, Gigabit Lan, support 4K H.265 hardware decoding and KODI 15.2 & Add-ons Pre-installed. Price at $46 from 1pcs MOQ.
Distributors can contact FlyShark here:
Mary Ma, Sales Manager
Mobile: +86 13714507573
http://www.dhgate.com/iLepo M9 Plus
http://gaoxin-mid.en.alibaba.com/iLepo M9 Plus
CTBozz shows the digital signage from 13 to 70inch display with multi-point touch screen, all is powered by Rockchip RK3288 Quad-core ARM Cortex-A17 and MaliT764 GPU, runs Android5.1.1, 2GB RAM, 16GB Flash on board, with 3pcs USB host, SD card reader, build-in speakers, support 4K@60fps and 3D decoding.
Introducing Gole1 on Indiegogo, it starts at $79 for 2GB RAM and 32GB Flash and $99 for 4GB RAM and 64GB Flash (early bird, then $20-30 more), here I show off this Intel Cherrytrail Windows 10 and Android dual-boot Mini PC with a 7" 720p touch-screen for a free official Windows 10 License. It comes with 1xUSB3, 3xUSB2, HDMI, Ethernet, Mini-Jack and more.
and here also is a video with Richard the Sales Director and Lei the CEO showing off Gole1 and also showing off the other Gole products that are already on on the market:
Sunchip CX-R9 is the latest Android TV Box powered by Rockchip RK3229 Quad-core ARM Cortex-A7 with ARM Mali-400 GPU, runs Android4.4, 1GB RAM, 8GB Nand Flash on board, comes with 3pcs USB host, SD card reader, 2.4G WiFi and 100M Lan port. With HDMI2.0 port, support 10bit 4K H.265 hardware decoding. Bulk price at $25 for 1000pcs order.
You can contact Sunchip here: (let them know you watched the video)
Kobe Chen, Sales Manager
Mobile: +86 13751103656
Phone: +86 755 26733959