Mary Liu from Sonostar describes Flexible E Ink smart watch to be launching end of this year. Compatible with Android and iOS phones, connects via Bluetooth 4.0 you just go to Apple store or Google play to download the Sonostar app onto your smartphone.it has features like Eink paper display, highest resolution, sunlight readable. and has long lasting battery back up maximum up to 572 days for typical users. It can be recharged for reuse.1.73" grey e paper screen display 320X240 pixel gives clear view even under the sun. To be avialable in White & Black colors.
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.
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.
- 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/
- 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
- 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
This product is already in use in one of the major Restaurant chain group in US.
Rockchip is launching their customized multi-window UI option for Rockchip devices based on Android 4.2.2. This custom UI option is provided for free for all makers of Rockchip based Android 4.2.2 devices. And this is just their first release of this special multi-window UI, if there is a lot of demand for it they will improve it and optimize it further. Rockchip uses graphics and hardware acceleration to optimize this multi-window UI.
What do you think about this custom UI? How does it compare with some previous Android custom UIs for multi-windowing by Samsung, LG and others? Do you think Google is going to release something like this in Android 4.3 or Android 5? I think there is a need to improve productivity and to improve the ways to use multi-tasking on Android, and some types of multi-windowing like this custom UI may be useful, but I think it may be important for these advanced UI features to not add bloat nor slow down the Android UI and they should I think only appear as an option for advanced users and for advanced usage. As ARM Processors performance increases, and number of cores increase, being able to do these types of simultaneous multi-tasking user interfaces may be the best or only way to really use the performance that is available with these new ARM processors on Android.
The Rockchip device maker CHUWI already has released a device with this new multi-window UI pre-installed and activated by default, here is their press release:
Rockchip shows the worlds cheapest Miracast and DLNA HDMI Dongle, Rockchip programmed Linux on their most basic ARM Processor to support quick and easy Miracast and DLNA for any Android WiFi device that can support that, making a WiFi Direct connection to any smartphone, tablet and making it easy to stream all screen content onto the HDTV. Miracast is a default feature for any Android 4.2 device. No configuration, no password prompting, you just connect to the HDMI Dongle directly to start transmitting the screen content to the HDTV.
Rockchip shows the world's first H.265 and VP9 advanced video playback on their Rockchip RK3188 processor. Right now Rockchip is doing this software based decoding, with potential support for hardware based decoding coming later. This shows how the Rockchip RK3188 Quad-core ARM Cortex-A9 is fast enough to do such advanced software based video decoding. In the future, even Rockchip's single-core and dual-core will support H.265 and VP9 codec, the goal is to have 1080p software based playback on RK3188 and 720p support on the Rockchip's dual and single-core. The H.265 and VP9 support is added with a patch with no need to do a full firmware flash upgrade. The new H.265 HEVC and the WebM VP9 codecs can potentially save something like half the bitrate and file size at the same video quality.
Check out this 7" dual-sim-GPRS MT6515 dual-core ARM Cortex-A7 based tablet with hot-swappable batteries that I found on the market in Shenzhen. I think you can get IPS for $10 more and 3G-capable dual-sim MT6577 for $10-$20 more. I like the hot-swappable batteries.
Shenzhen Tena is a close and early partner with Rockchip designing and implementing Rockchip RK3188 based HDMI Sticks and Set-top-boxes, they have 14 production lines currently outputting 30K HDMI Sticks and Set-top-boxes per month but with a capacity that is much higher as soon as software is fully optimized and as soon as demand is maximized.
Vido Yuandao Window88 shows around their Shenzhen factory where they are currently manufacturing Rockchip RK3188 based tablets and a lot of other tablets. Here you get a tour around their R&D department, the production lines, packaging, testing and more. One of the tablets that Vido outputs is the Vido Mini One on 7.85" RK3188 of which you can see my video of here and see a tour at Vido's booth with more Vido videos to come on http://ARMdevices.net