8“ 1280*800 IPS, 16:10 Capacitive 5-touch, Intel Baytrail T , Quad-core , Z3735D, Z3735E/Z3735F/Z3775G clock 1.33hz, burst up to 1.83GHz, 16GB /32GB ROM, 1G/2GB RAM, Front 2M, back 5M or 2M, Micro SD, HDMI output mini HDMI, 5000mAh battery, Dimensions 206x126x10.3mm, 360gr. You can read more about it at http://www.pipo.com/product.php?id=146
Running Intel Celeron with Windows 8, the price is about $250 for 500 units. They can also use the Intel Core-i3/5/7 processors starting at $390. Weight is 1.4Kg, battery life is about 4-5 hours, they also have 10.1″ and 11.6″ Windows Tablets starting at $310. They sell about 10K laptops per month.
Ramos shows the first Exynos5260 Hexa Core (two ARM Cortex-A15 and four ARM Cortex-A7) Tablet Ramos X80 for $160 (in bulk), with more than 10hr battery life on 8″ FHD, 3G option, they have blue, yellow and black. 9.7″ S97 Exynos5260 Hexa Core to be on the market by the end of November. $170 Ramos K100 is MT6592 10.1″ FHD. Ramos sells their brand in China and most of their overseas sales are with OEM brand partners. Ramos works a lot with Intel doing a 7″ with 4500mAh, supports Windows or Android sold at $80 (probably with Intel’s subsidies). Ramos sells more than 100 thousand tablets per month. Also see my Tour at the Ramos Headquarters and PCB Design House in Shenzhen
You can contact Ramos here (please only contact if you’re a potential serious distributor):
Shenzhen Ramos Digital Technology, Co. Ltd.
Shelly Zhao, Over Seas Sales Dept, Senior Sales Manager email@example.com
Mobile: +86 13632698278
Phone: +86 755 33331009 http://www.ramos.com.cn
Motion Device is a Korean company that works on motion devices solutions. Their main market is China and southeast Asia. They are showing here at Shenzhen Electronics Fair a device that combines hardware robot arms with game software algorithm to provide a great gaming experience. The game software algorithm can be custom attached with the hardware to be able to play any game. The game that is being played at this demo is a car racing game called DIRT 2. The game runs on a Windows desktop PC that has its board built-in on the device. This device can used commercially on entertainment parks and costs around $23,000.
Jeavox integrates Allwinner A10 and Allwinner A20 with Windows CE and Android to create the Chinese Smart Car, with In-Car GPS navigation, using Augmented Reality overlayed in the Car DVR camera system. This video features Jeavox’s R&D design house offices as well as their testing laboratory. Jeavox designs and works on hardware, software, optimizing the design for the Allwinner powered Smart Cars in Shenzhen and then their manufacturing happens in Jeavox’s assembly factory in the Jiangxi province of China.
Pipo has the first Rockchip RK3288 Tablets released on the market. The Pipo P1 is for sale right now on the web you can find out more about it at http://www.pipo.cn/En/index.php?m=Product&a=show1&id=329&type=2 Pipo P4 8.9″ FHD with RK3288 is also starting to ship out right now this week. Both P1 and P4 comes with a built-in 3G option. Pipo has 2 other imminent RK3288 tablets and a RK3288 TV Box about to be released. Pipo also uses MediaTek Octa Core for 3G-enabled 6.4″ 7″ phablets and the popular Pipo T10 8.9″ FHD with 12 hours battery life. Pipo also is a leader in the x86 Windows based tablet market with a 8″ Windows x86 tablet.
Tour at the Ramos offices in Shenzhen Hi-Tech Park area. Here they have their engineers, sales, marketing and management departments, while their factory is at another part of Shenzhen (at which I may film later). Ramos shows their Exynos5260 Hexacore based tablet, as well as some MediaTek and Intel based tablets.