Category: Projectors

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Smartdevices SmartQ shows latest OMAP4 and Exynos5 based Tablets

Posted by juliusaugustus – August 14, 2013

SmartQ is a producer of Android Tablets. They have produced devices in the past such as the Linux based SmartQ V5 or the T20. More information can be found at http://en.smartdevices.com.cn/
Products Include:
SmartQ U7 is a 7" Android Tablet with Omap 4 processor and built in projector. They sell around 2,000 of these every month. The price is around 240 USD each for 1,000 units.

SmartQ T30 a 10.1" 1280x800 Android tablet with Omap 4 processor. This t30 is around 6 months old and will be replaced with by the t40 with a 10.1 1920x1200 screen and Exynos 5 processor.

SmartQ Ten5 with 9.7" retina screen and very thin bezel with Exynos 5 2ghz processor.

SmartQ N10 a not yet released pressure sensitive pen. SmartQ wouldn't specify the pen type but it appears to we from N-Trig.


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ARMdevices.net Shenzhen Sourcing Service launched

Posted by Charbax – August 12, 2013

Do you need help/advice sourcing bulks of devices out of Shenzhen? You can now get support and sourcing service from me at http://armdevices.net/sourcing/ and from my new team of experts in Shenzhen to connect you with the best prices, the best quality, the most reliable Shenzhen factories making Tablets, HDMI Sticks, Smartphones, Laptops, Wearables and any of the other emerging devices from the Shenzhen tech market.

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$99 MobileCinema A50P DLP Pico Projector with HDMI & MHL port by Aiptek

Posted by m@ddy – July 22, 2013

Vincent demonstrating about several projector devices from Aiptek. Aiptek is the world's famous company in Pico Projector.

1. Mobile Cinema A50P is the perfect gadget for your MHL- or HDMI- enabled mobile device. The compact projector is simply connected via MHL- or micro HDMI- port and projects all your media content on a screen size of up to 150 cm (60"). It doesn’t matter which device you connect - it is immediately ready to start. Whether laptop, games console or digital camera - connect the A50P via HDMI and you have started your own private cinema. The DLP chip, known from great cinema projectors, provides rich colors and bold contrasts. which has 1000:1 contrast ratio, 45 Lumen brightness with 640 x 480 (VGA) Pixel resolution and Built-in rechargeable battery for up to 120 min projection or up to 80% recharge power for your mobile device. Thus, Mobile Cinema A50P is not only an ultra‐compact projector but also a powerful battery pack what makes this gadget unique. Use it in the office, at home or on the road; share your life, your ideas and your passion without compromising quality or brightness.

This device is already released in December 2012 @ 99 USD and one of the most interesting selling product in fly magazines. Available in most of the countries and Amazon. Expecting millions per year sales.

2. PocketCinema V100 is a compact Pico projector and the best solution for business. The DLP chip used, familiar in large cinema projectors, provides rich colors and high contrasts with a brightness of up to 100 lumens. Versatile connection options such as HDMI-in, AV-in, USB or SD‐card slot make the V100 a universal projection machine. Built in speakers, battery 100 minutes backup which is 1800mAh.

3. Wi-Fi Projector is a Compact Pico Projector and best solution for business. you can stream Video for pc and smartphone and project. which is using DLP Chip to get great cinema projection. which has user interface to select the Wi-Fi device and connect and play. Releasing this product in end of July-2013.

4. Wi-Fi Camera is Compact device. you can connect to any tablet or smartphone. By using a pre-installed App you can see the content of the camera which is easy to use App. one can choose capture Video, picture and zoom-in/zoom-out. It has in-built battery. Currently market price would be 119 USD and the price will decrease up to 99 USD when we make huge volume.

5. shoot and share. Full HD Video recorder. which records Full HD video and project on the screen. easy to use device. you can get this at 349 USD.

1.Reference Link:
http://www.aiptek.com.tw/c0_1.php?bid=18&pid=63
http://www.aiptek.eu/index.php/en/products/pico-projectors/mobilecinema-a50p
http://www.amazon.com/dp/B009G3PLCO

2.Reference Link:
http://www.aiptek.com.tw/c0_1.php?bid=18&pid=65
http://www.aiptek.eu/index.php/en/products/pico-projectors/pocketcinema-v100
http://www.amazon.co.uk/Aiptek-430029-PocketCinema-V100-Projector/dp/B007TLCBP0

Acer K335 1000 Lumen LED DLP Compact Projector

Posted by Charbax – June 7, 2013

Acer releases the worlds brightest compact LED DLP projector, the LED lamp lasts 30 thousand hours, no need to worry about changing your projector lamp. This K335 is 1000 Lumen, ultra bright, the worlds brightest in that form factor. Price is to be announced later this month as this product gets released.

Allwinner shows A31S, A20, A31 tablets, HDMI sticks, game pads, projectors and development boards

Posted by Charbax – April 13, 2013

Allwinner Technology has an enormous booth showing off some of the latest implementations of their A31, A31s and A20 chipsets.

The quad-core A31 has been available for four months and already shipped more than 1 million units. The quad-core A31s started shipping at the end of March 2013 and has the same quad-core and GPU but is geared towards smaller displays (with less memory bandwidth.) They have introduced the A20 dual-core chip, at a price point quite close to the single core.

Their booth showed more than a dozen HDMI stick and small set-top box like computers. One of the dongles was running the mobile-oriented A20 SoC, which could be poised to take over that market at low cost. The A20 is a low-cost, dual-core Cortex-A7. The A20 is pin compatible with the A10 and offers integrated support for camera sensors. This is looking like a very capable chip to power a variety of low cost devices.

The Allwinner booth was showing off a very cool gamepad built with the A31, running Android 4.1, a built-in screen with 1280 x 800 resolution, and game controllers on the left and right sides of the screen. It works like a self-contained gamepad but also serves as a game controller that can product the game on a large HDMI display. The controller has front and back facing cameras, 1GB of DDR3 and 16GB of internal storage. There was no English-name known for the device, which was developed by www.ibenx.com, one of Allwinner's many partners.

Wits-Technology was showing a development kit for Allwinner's chips Other partners showed off full-sized and micro projectors built with Allwinner chips. A mobile karaoke amplifier with built-in tablet display was built around Allwinner chips. A novel, Android-based 13.3" clamshell laptop was running the A20; faster A31 based laptops are expected later this month. Shenzhen Next-Huawen Technology Co., a design house, was showing off their tablet with keyboard dock. Allwinner says they are studying ChromeOS and also considering support for Linux based distributions like Ubuntu. The company says they have released software supporting the A31 to the open source community through a British company. Does anyone have a contact for that open source partner?

Thanks Brian for the title/description!

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$240 SmartDevices T30 10.1″ 1280×800 OMAP4470, $300 SmartQ U7, SmartQ U7H 7″ with built-in DLP projector

Posted by Charbax – October 27, 2012

SmartDevices shows their latest couple of tablets, their $240 Texas Instruments OMAP4470 10.1" 1280x800 running Jelly Bean, and their new 7" SmartQ U7 on OMAP4430 and SmartQ U7H on OMAP4460 with a built-in 854x480 DLP projector. SmartDevices also talks about their work on the upcoming OMAP5 ARM Cortex-A15 processor, to be released perhaps as soon as the end of the year.

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Innoio Innocube pico projector at the HKTDC Electronics Fair

Posted by Charbax – October 25, 2012

Check out this cubic pico projector, the Innocube from Innoio.

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Become a $20/year Member of ARMdevices.net

Posted by Charbax – October 21, 2012

You can now become a Member of ARMdevices.net for $20/year.

For that you get:

1. Pictures/scans of business cards to all the companies that I video interview at trade shows around the world.

2. Buy some of the best value ARM Powered devices that I find, when I can get the manufacturer to agree to sell them at a good price directly to members. Consider those sample sales, but you can buy many also, and contact the manufacturer directly if you'd like to import a larger quantity. I expect to be able to provide members with some of the worlds most interesting ARM Powered tablets, laptops, HDMI Sticks, Set-top-boxes, E-readers, game players, development boards, robots, and more. Check for a status on available devices in the Members Store.

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SCT shows DLP pico-projector in MT6577 dual-core phone

Posted by Charbax – October 15, 2012

Texas Instrument's pico projector technology is about to reach into my and more smartphones and tablets, here demonstrated by SCT integrated into an MT6577 smartphone. The price of the DLP pico projector module ads about $50 to 60 to the bill of materials of the smartphone. Battery consumption can possibly be decent depending on the brightness of the lumen output, perhaps not using much more power than the backlight of the same phone.

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Telstar pico-projector for iPhone

Posted by Charbax – June 7, 2012


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