Category: Tablets

$49 Boxchip A10 7″ resistive tablet available now

Posted by – April 23, 2012

You can buy this tablet for $49 each at retail in Shenzhen, but it's with a resistive dual-touch screen at that price. If you wait a month or two, the capacitive Boxchip A13 tablets will be at the same price or even lower.

Yamay shows Android tablets

Posted by – April 23, 2012


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Long Teng Jie shows tablets and smartphones at the China Sourcing Fair

Posted by – April 23, 2012


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Shenzhen Sharing Technology shows phones and tablets at the HKTDC Electronics Fair

Posted by – April 23, 2012

They are showing some 3.5", 5" MediaTek MT6573 phones and tablets.

Pipo shows 10.1″ and 9.7″ RK3066 Dual-core ARM Cortex-A9 tablets at the HKTDC Electronics Fair

Posted by – April 23, 2012

Pipo is showing some of their newest Rockchip RK3066 Dual-core ARM Cortex-A9 based devices, that are coming to increase the performance of the low-cost tablets coming out of China.

Begin shows Phones and Tablets at the Canton Fair

Posted by – April 23, 2012

Showing some MT6573 based phones.

Sowill Technology Park shows Freescale and AmLogic tablet designs

Posted by – April 23, 2012

Out of the Shenzhen University, they are showing some tablet designs based on the Freescale and AmLogic processors.

4upad.com shows Boxchip A10 7″, 8″, 9.7″ tablets at the HKTDC Electronics Fair

Posted by – April 23, 2012

They are showing a range of their latest 7" $66, 9.7" $138 and other tablets mostly based on the Boxchip A10 processor.

Marvel Digital Limited shows glasses-free 3D displays and a multi-function remote

Posted by – April 21, 2012

Marvel Digital Limited shows their latest glasses-free 3D diasplays to use for advertising, for Android tablets, in the home and they also have a new 4-in-one remote controller.

Yinlips shows 7″, 5″ and 4.3″ Android game players

Posted by – April 21, 2012

Yinlips is showing their new portable Android game consoles using the Boxchip A10 which has the Mali-400 GPU which seems to playback all console game emulators smoothly up to N64, maybe even newer. They are showing 4.3" resistive, 5" resistive and capacitive and 7" capacitive portable game players.