Air Button is an NFC patch that can be stuck on to the NFC region on one’s smartphone. The only requirement is that the phone itself have NFC; here we see the Button demonstrated on a Sony Xperia Z1, being used to launch the camera application as well as take a picture with the same button. It uses its own app and can launch any installed phone app, audio file, or even a sequence of actions. The company is founded in Hong Kong, and has successfully completed their crowdfunding attempt on Kickstarter.
The primary scooter shown here is the Airboard, product of a company from Norway. This scooter is meant to be intuitive to use; the only way of controlling it is to lean forward or backward depending on the direction on wants to travel in. There are some bugs with the scooter but they are easy to sort out. The company, Motor Norway, also manufactures dirtbikes, ATVs, electric bicycles and scooters in addition to the AirBoard. It is not fit for outdoor/winter use, though. We also see a few other manufacturers such as FreeGoChina displaying their personal mobility products.
Avaid Technology Co., Ltd, based in Shezhen, China, is a company that here displays their phone case, lending wireless charging capacity to phones that weren’t designed to incorporate the feature. The displayed model is an iPhone 6 Plus placed on a 5000mAh power bank, charging wirelessly through the case in multiple orientations. With an MoQ of 1000 pieces, the charger is expected to cost US$19.5.The company also manufactures DVD players and speakers that double up as lights.
Freelander is a Shenzhen-based company that demonstrates their own electric scooter. Being foldable in design, the X70 scooter is opened up and used briefly. It can last for 25-30km before dying out, and is expected to cost US$260 per piece on a minimum order of 100. The scooter can be specified in various colours. The company also makes a scooter akin to the Airboard from Motor Norway, selling for US$160 with a minimum quantity of 100. It uses aircraft grade materials and weighs 8.2kg.
Shenzhen Richsat Electronics. Co. Ltd. is a 3 year old Shenzhen-based firm specialising in Android set-top boxes. Their entire range is on display here and the newest model features an RK3128 processor, with a WiFi antenna, ability to be controlled through IR or WiFi, costing between US$20-26 depending on model. Another STB features an Amlogic S905 CPU. The LED projector uses RK3128 CPU, and costs US$60 for a resolution of 800x480px display with 1500 lumen brightness.
Reflying International Electronic Co., Ltd is an Apple-certified manufacturer of battery cases, wireless chargers, and the accessories shown here such as gamepads. One is designed to fit an iPhone 5/5s between the controls, with the phone being removed in order to fold the gamepad. There is even a gamepad for the iPad mini on display, costing around US$100. The company currently supplies many general merchandise stores such as Target, Brookstone, Clas ohlson, Birgma etc.
HLS manufactures tablets and laptops for consumers. Their cheapest Windows tablet demonstrated here comes with an Intel Atom Z3735G chipset with a 1024x600 display costing US$37.1. The laptops demonstrated come in 14”, with an HDMI port, microSD card reader and 2 USB ports for US$110. The 11” model comes with an Intel Atom (Cherry Trail) x5-Z8300 CPU with 2GB RAM and 8000mAh battery rated for 3-5 hours of usage. Also on display is a Bluetooth speaker with a detachable camera that can be used as a security device. Their projector tablet comes with a 50 lumen brightness DLP projector and either RK3288 or Intel CPUs costing US$210 and US$220 respectively.
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RoadSport is a Shenzhen-based company showcasing a diverse range of products, including a few novel Bluetooth speakers shaped into balls, speakers integrated into pillows, a keyboard for the xBox 360 controller that can be attached to it, and even fake birds (ducks or geese) that can be used as a hunting decoy (bait). Also on display are swords used for cosplay. The birds cost US$5-6 per piece with an MoQ of 500.
Xming presents Laser Phosphor as an alternative to LED as the light source for the DLP projector. This might provide higher quality, better colors, lower power consumption, higher resolution at lower price. It might. This is to be seen how much Laser Phosphor can take instead of LED as the light source for the DLP Projector market. shows the smart portable projector powered by TI DLP laser technology, it comes full aluminium body with only 23mm thickness,750g weight. Xming M1 features with 100% laser ALPD light source with 700 lumens brightness and up 1280*800 resolution, life time up to 60,000hours, that means nearly lifetime usage. It is powered by Rockchip RK3188 Quad-core ARM Cortex-A9, runs Android4.4, 1GB RAM, 16GB Nand Flash, with dual-band 2.4G/5G WiFi, dual 2Watt speaker, bulk price at $500. Xming also shows the high end model S1(same tooling with M1) based on 1000lumens laser light source, powered by RK3188, 2GB RAM, 16GB Flash, bulk price at $700.
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.