Mele shows the first Allwinner A31 Quad-core ARM Cortex-A7 based Android TV Set-top-box, they have also designed a Windows 8 like UI on top of Android, they have designed one of the market's best RF remote controls with a keyboard on one side and a remote control on the other side with microphone and speaker for using the remote as a phone, built-in accelerometers, gyroscope, also showing their box off running some advanced games on the Allwinner A31's SGX544 GPU. The retail price is going to be around $110.
Mele shows some of their Skype Video-conferencing Camera modules that work with their latest Allwinner A20, A31 based set-top-boxes, with either built-in camera connected on the set-top-box, or with a cable on the top of the TV, or a design for the Set-top-box actually built in to the larger camera to mount on the top of the TV. I am not sure about the status and possibility of doing 720p or even 1080p Video-conferencing on Skype on Android Set-top-boxes, I guess that support is up to the Skype Android app (which Microsoft controls), but I guess there are other Android Video-conferencing apps that support 720p and 1080p video-conferencing already and which should work with this system. HD video-conferencing is awesome, and this may be a way to have that work for around $150 retail price on each side.
Mele shows their Allwinner A20 dual-core ARM Cortex-A7 based Set-top-box, running on Android 4.2.2, this Mele box is to replace their Allwinner A10 based box. USB Host price, Lan port, optical digital audio output and a bunch of other things, the retail price can be $60-$70.
Ramos shows their latest range of tablets, including the Ramos X1 that uses the Samsung Exynos5250 ARM Cortex-A15 processor, a bunch of Actions ATM7029 quad-core ARM Cortex-A9 and they even show an Intel Atom tablet.
Alldocube presents their high-end 10.1" RK3188 Tablet with a 1920x1200 full HD display. Cube's manufacturing output is up to 200 thousand tablets per month. They are right now ramping up their Rockchip RK3188 tablet output. $185 is the approximate price in bulk of at least 1000 pieces.
Bmorn shows their latest tablets, using Allwinner A31, Rockchip RK3066, Actions quad-core, in 9.7", 10.1", 13.3" and other sizes. They also show Keyboard docks for their tablets, and talking about a keyboard dock even for the 13.3" tablet.
Shenzhen Longpin Electronics co. ltd shows:
10.1" quadcore a31 [$150/1000pcs]
8" dual core [$86/1000pcs]
7" quadcore atm7029 [$70/1000pcs]
7" dual core [$57/100pcs]
various hifi systems [~$35]
this company employs more than 200 workers and can sell 50k/month
Filmed at the HKTDC Hong Kong Electronics Fair (Spring Edition) 2013