Archos presents their entry-level music enthusiasts phone, powered by the Mediatek MT6572 dual-core 1.3GHz ARM Cortex-A7 processor. 4-inch IPS display with a 800x480pixel resolution, 4GB of internal storage plus a microSD card slot, Wi-Fi, HSPA+, Bluetooth 3.0, and a 1400mAh battery. This phone is released now for 110€ in Europe. You can find out more about it here: http://www.archos.com/gb/products/smartphones/titanium/archos_40btitanium/index.html
Showing their latest tablets. RK3026 for $35, the best they have is 1280x800 $105 MediaTek powered tablet. They also have a $17 NFC power bank that doubles as a speaker. MT6589 5" 1920x1080 for $130.
Kyocera displays a wide range of products based on its fine ceramics technology. Highlights of the booth included the company’s new 1mm ultra-thin Smart Sonic Sound piezo film speaker, and its newest mobile phones featuring the Smart Sonic Receiver technology which transmits clear voice reception via vibrations on the display screen. These Smart Sonic technologies utilize a piezoelectric ceramic actuator to create new ways to provide audio in consumer electronics. Also, as an established player in the solar energy field, Kyocera plans to launch one of the largest mega solar power plants in Japan this fall. Furthermore, the company sells a wide range of electronic components, and even makes recrystallized gemstones which are used as decorative materials in various products such as watches and cars.
NCUD makes products like HDMI Sticks, Projectors, Power Bank and Bluetooth Speakers.
Their 3D DLP Pico Projector is an Handheld Projector that can project 3D graphic content at 1280x800 resolution that costs 300$ for 500 units orders.
Another interesting Projector is a small-sized WVGA Projector that has Android OS build-in and is priced at 199$. The system is a full-feature Android that can be used with mouse and keyboard.
The CPU used in these projectors is RockChip RK3066 or AmLogic M3
The 800p version of Android built-in Projector is brighteer, comes in different dimensions and design and has 4Gb internal memory. The price tag for this model is 319$.
NCUD states selling around 1000 units per month.
Filmed at the HKTDC Hong Kong Electronics Fair (Spring Edition) 2013
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Is this my best video yet? This is a same factory that is soon going to switch to assembling MediaTek MT6575 Android Ice Cream Sandwich phones. I hereby offer you an exclusive look inside the assembly line, see the people that build your speakers in Shenzhen China.
In the part 1 of this Shenzhen Factory Tour, I enter the Shenzhen Factory, walk around the lobby and meeting rooms before walking over to a part of the assembly line.
Pega HK Limited shows their new wireless speaker system that works with MHL Android devices, iPhones and the PS Vita.
Zinwell releases this virtual surround sound system with HDMI passthrough, they also make a version with a built-in media player.