Pipo smart pen captures writing from paper using a camera sensor and translate it into digital text over bluetooth an Android device. Pipo makes a foldable scooter with both standing and sitting positions with a 30km range. Pipo has a dual lense camera for 360 degree recording. Pipo makes 15" Android based Meditek tablet for media consumption, the device sells for 199 USD. Pipo sells a VR headset for $29 which requires a smartphone. Pipo makes a several Rockchip based all-in-one VR headsets for $129-200. Pipo has several ultra portable laptops as well 2-in-1 tablets with Intel processors and Windows. Pipo tablets can also be used for point of sale and business applications.
ZED Haidiyun presents their Rockchip RK3128 Quad-core ARM Cortex-A7 based Point-of-sale tablets, with 1GB RAM, 8GB Flash, running Android and their customized Restaurant ordering system UI as an app. The specialized POS tablet costs about $105, with compatible waiter vibrating wristbands at $10 each for instant notifications of orders placed and of calling of waiter with displaying of table number. Haidiyun is right now selling their solution at about 10 thousand pieces per month, mostly selling in China and expanding now to worldwide.
Distributors can contact ZED Haidiyun here:
David Lee, Director
Mobile:+86 139 2460 2698
Here is the design house tour of Chiptrip located in Nanshan, Shenzhen, China. Chiptrip is Rokchip cooperated design house for TV Box, tablets, POS and more. With 60 engineers at hardware, software, mechanical, testing etc
Chiptrip also shows the PCBA layout of the Rockchip RK3399 TV Box will be mass production around Q4 2016.
You can contact Chiptrip here:
Alley, Overseas Sales
Joysmart shows Point-of-Sale devices that come as an all-in-one package, integrating multiple functions and accessories. Here we see their flagship model with a 15” touchscreen and RK3188 chip, running Android or Windows (with an Intel CPU). It features 8 USB ports for accessories, two SCSI ports for peripherals, Ethernet (RJ-45) port, headphone and microphone jacks. The Windows version costs US$380 while the Android version sells for US$340. Another model on display features RFID tag recognition, barcode scanner, printer, and magnetic swipe card integrated into the main unit with dual displays, selling for US$310.