Joyplus demonstrated a digital pen and novel, quick change 3G datacard. Joyplus offers a variety of tablet products. Some include original software created by Joyplus, such as digital pen support. Over the past five years they have focused on the consumer market, but they are increasingly addressing other markets such as education and communication. Joyplus recently introduced a novel, quick change 3G datacard for their tablet incorporating mobile broadband technology from Huawei. They have also developed a digital pen for onscreen handwriting. No pricing information was provided, but their monthly manufacturing capacity is around 200,000 units.
Shenzhen Kinsen Technology focuses on systems with MTK and RockChip processors. They are shipping a 7″ device running the MTK8377 A9 Dual Core 1.2GHz, 3G + GPS, costing $95 in 1K quantity. They were also showing a new unit built with the recently released quad-core RK3188. They ship about 20K units each month.
Maxevis shows their new 8” Allwinner A31 tablet with 2GB of ram. The tablet price is $100 per unit when ordering 2.000 units, an additional Bluetooth keyboard costs $14. The company also shows their new 10.1” tablet model, available by the end of May. Another tablet the company is offering is the 10.1” Allwinner A31S Dual-Core tablet with 1280×800 screen. Maxevis sells 50.000 tablets every month, their factory is located in Shenzhen.
Anxinxiang Technology showing their 8” Quad-Core Actions ATM7029 tablet with 1024×768 display and 4000mAh battery. This tablet is available for $82 as non-IPS version, $106 for IPS version. Other tablets the company offers are the Allwinner A31 Quad-Core 9,7” tablet costing $110, 7” Allwinner A13 tablet costing $40, 7”Allwinner A13 tablet with 2G phone function, 10,1” Rockchip RK3066 Dual-Core tablet costing $120 and a 7” Rockchip RK3066 Dual-Core tablet costing $84. Anxinxiang Technology produces over 50.000 tablets monthly.
GU are showing their Quad-Core line of tablets equipped with Allwinner A31,Rockchip RK3188 and Actions ATM7029 processors. 8” Actions ATM7029 Quad-Core tablet with a resolution of 1024×768, only costing $89. 7,85” Super-slim Allwinner A31 tablet, costing $98. Minimum order quantity of 1.000 units, currently they produce 2.000 units a month. 9,7” Rockchip RK3188 tablet equipped with an IPS display with a resolution of 1280×800. GU sell up to 100.000 tablets a month. Thanks CG for titling/describing this video at https://groups.google.com/forum/?fromgroups=#!forum/armdevices-unlisted
Shenzhen GuoBangXingYe Electronic Co. Ltd showing their $77 Dual-Core Cortex A5 8” tablet with a screen resolution of 1024×768. Minimum order quantity of 1.000 units. They also show their 10,1” MTK8377 Dual-Core tablet equipped with 3G function, costing $153. A 7” version with the same processor is available for $95. Another tablet with 2G call function running on Allwinner A13 processor, costing $57. Shenzhen GuoBangXingYe are planning RK3168 to be available in one month, they produce up to 150.000 tablets per month, in a factory with more than 200 employees. Thanks CG for title/describing this video at https://groups.google.com/forum/?fromgroups=#!forum/armdevices-unlisted
Feihong Industry Co. Ltd showing their 7” Allwinner A13 tablet, costing $45 for 5000 units. They can produce up to 30.000 units of this tablet per month. They also show various other products like the 9.7” A31 Quad-Core tablet with 1280×800 IPS display, Qualcomm Quad-Core phone and VIA WM8865 Android Notebook (costing $84). Feihong Industry Co. Ltd can produce up to 60.000 tablets every month. Thanks CG for titling/describing this video at https://groups.google.com/forum/?fromgroups=#!forum/armdevices-unlisted