Category: Computex

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MediaTek CrossMount, standard for Hardware sharing

Posted by Charbax – July 31, 2015

MediaTek CrossMount is a new standard for sharing hardware and software resources between different consumer electronics devices in the home, to be available in late 2015 for MediaTek-based Android devices. Based on the UPnP protocol, CrossMount connects compatible devices wirelessly, using either a home Wi-Fi network or a Wi-Fi Direct connection, to allow one to seamlessly access the features of the other. So you can start watching streaming video on the living room TV, for example, then switch it to your tablet when you move to another room, or use your TV’s speakers for a hands-free phone call with your smartphone. The CrossMount Alliance for MediaTek partners, customers and developers tries to make developing CrossMount applications easy, MediaTek says that many brands and developers are already on board.

MediaTek MT3188 wireless charger Multi Mode Receiver supports the 3 major wireless charging standards

Posted by Gennie – June 20, 2015

MediaTek MT3188, is a tightly-integrated solution that supports resonant charging technology, which support multiple major standards including Alliance for Wireless Power (A4WP)、Wireless Power Consortium (WPC) and Power Matters Alliance (PMA).
With a Ultra-compact design for smartphones, tablets, wearable devices and other consumer devices, Highly integrated, with an optimized bill of materials that requires no external active components,Provides the option of in-band communications in resonant mode for applications where a Bluetooth transceiver is not available, mass production starts around August 2015.

Foxconn Smart Glass module by Gold Tek subsidiary

Posted by Gennie – June 20, 2015

Gold Tek, as a subsidiary company of Foxconn, was show the latest products on Computex 2015, include Google glass, smart watches, tablets.
Their latest Google glass module on Computex 2015, with a pico projector inside with resolution up to 1280*720, Easily synchronize with smart phone via WiFi or Bluetooth, photo and video recoding, navigation, voice commands, they are request orders from world wide now, MOQ from 10-15K.

$649 ASUS P3B projector 1280×800 LED 700 Lumen

Posted by Gennie – June 17, 2015

ASUS P3B projector is portable, battery powered, short-throw projector with lightweight--- only 700g.
with Linux OS based, featured an LED light source with 30,000-hours lifespan. for maxim 1280x800 resolution s at a maximum brightness of 700 lumens. with MHL, HDMI, VGA video input, With USB port, you can connect to USB Flash drive directly. ASUS P3B projector can also double as a 12,000mAh power bank to charge mobile devices, with 3 hours of use, you can watch a whole movie. To be priced at $649, it'll start shipping from August 2015.

NXP shows common usages in society for their NFC

Posted by Gennie – June 17, 2015

NXP show their latest NFC and wireless technology on Computex 2015,NFC enabled vending machine, with NFC mobile phone or other wireless devices, customer can purchase or sell products in more secured and faster way. With a swipe of NFC-equipped entrance passes, customer can traveling with bikes, buses, and metros very convenient.

Netronix 13.3″ E Ink notepad, still waiting for mass production brand partner

Posted by Gennie – June 16, 2015

Netronix show their latest E-ink display on Computex 2015, 13.3 inch E Ink display with 1200*1600 pixels resolution, Touch screen, handwriting input with stylish, build-in notepad with selectable background and ink mode(brush/pen/pencil ), with also Android 4.0.4 and Li-polymer battery 1500mAh.
Netronix also show their 6.8" E Ink notepad with IR touch and pen input on Computex 2015.

$149 Haier Chromebook 11 on RK3288, ready for OEM brands worldwide

Posted by Charbax – June 11, 2015

Haier presents their Haier Chromebook 11 on Rockchip RK3288 selling at $149 now at they are also the only manufacturer who can provide this as the OEM Chromebook for any brand who wants to make a big order. Before the end of this year, Haier will also make a 13.3" Chromebook. This is the product that I have been waiting for for 10 years since OLPC was launched. This is potentially the $100 Laptop for Education realized. It's $149 now in retail, but it could be $100 maybe if subsidized when providing for the children in developing areas of the world. Google needs to invest in a lower power sunlight readable LCD display, HTML5 offline apps and content needs to work better, the Android apps integration in Chrome OS needs to be fully supported. If Haier, Google, Rockchip, Governments and others do this right, they can sell 100 million of these.

You can contact the Haier OEM brand representative if you are a member below:

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Hatch Custom Android Devices Development and Manufacturing

Posted by Charbax – June 9, 2015

Hatch supports customers from experienced engineers to non-technical folk. The underlying similarity is that these customers require a clear and turnkey product solution. They can communicate the requirements to Hatch, sometimes at a highly technical level and sometimes they just explain the use case for the product and Hatch puts technical parameters around that. Benjamin Dolgin-Gardner founded Hatch's predecessor Xtatix, a private label brand of commodity electronics, in 2004. Now Hatch works with all the main Android IC companies and other parts of the manufacturing eco-system to bring client's ideas/dreams/requirements to reality. Customer demand ranges from mainstream product like a tablet or smartphone to customized Android devices that seem to have an endless amount of uses.

You can contact Hatch here (thanks for letting them know you watched the video):
Benjamin Dolgin-Gardner
Founder, Business Development
Phone: +86 755 8368 9256 ext 8032
Linkedin: /company/hatchmfg

Acer Chromebook 13 with touchscreen on Nvidia Tegra K1

Posted by Charbax – June 7, 2015

Acer BYOC is a cross-platform, multi-device, multi-network cloud system to create, personalize IoT devices to help make IoT devices be successful, where the IoT cloud apps are run on edge devices, to gateways to the cloud.

Acer BYOC “build your own cloud” for IoT

Posted by Charbax – June 7, 2015

Acer BYOC is a cross-platform, multi-device, multi-network cloud system to create, personalize IoT devices to help make IoT devices be successful, where the IoT cloud apps are run on edge devices, to gateways to the cloud.