Some of those cheap ARM Powered laptops, but still ARM11 based.
Rockchip is moving strongly into bringing high-end smartphone functionality into the $200-$300 mid-range smartphone pricing, with 3G support and more. They are also providing their RK2818 series for sub-$100 Android smartphones with ARM9 performance.
Eken shows their newest Android tablets, they also have a nice looking Honeycomb logo at their booth, but no Honeycomb actually in sight. I guess we're all just waiting waving the honeycomb flags until the Google decides to bring it to us all.
Chang Jiang make some of the Mediatek 6516 based Android phones available in the Shenzhen market.
They seem to be the guys making my Hero H2000 Android 3.5" capacitive $120 iPhone4-copy smartphone.
Cheap Android smartphones based on MediaTek MT6516 dual-sim GSM.
Here are some Android Mediatek 6516 smartphones, they have different designs, resistive and capacitive.
Shenzhen Geniatech shows a pretty impressive ARM Cortex-A9 AmLogic (Single Core 800Mhz) Set-top-box which they have told me can actually be sold in bulk starting at $70, here I interview their product manager about their status, where they want to bring this product, if he thinks they could be getting Google TV software for this.
- Geniatech Android TV Set-Top-Box (armdevices.net)
This is the first tablet that I have seen that is using the Renesas/NEC 1.2Ghz ARM Cortex-A9 Dual-Core processor platform (Renesas and NEC are collaborating on this ARM Cortex-A9 Dual-Core processor targeted at consumer electronics devices). I wonder how good this $135 Dual-Core Cortex-A9 tablet performs, I'll try to get a sample to review further for you later during the next few days. Let me know what needs to get tested on this in the comments.