Realtek shows the USB Type-C mini Dock reference design from USB type-C extend to VGA(also can replaced to HDMI), USB Type-C, USB3.0 host; the full function USB Type-C docking turnkey solution with Gigabit Ethernet, USB3.1 Hub, DisplayPort, HDMI etc. Realtek also shows the USB Type-C monitor cooperate with Philips.
Realtek RTD2999 is the lastest 4K HDR Smart TV SoC based on 64bit Quad-core ARM Cortex-A53 with high performance 3D GPU, runs Android 5.0, with HDMI2.0 and HDCP2.2, it support all most the video decoding include: VP9 4K@60fps, HEVC 10bits 4K@60fps, HDR10 Dolby vision. It also include DVB Soc with embedded universal demodulator for all the regions include DVB-T, ATSC, ISDB-T, DTMB.
faytech shows the touch devices for outdoors and indoor using powered by intel or allwinner SOC running windows or Linux OS on Computex 2016.
84'' 4K resolution optically bonded capacitive Touch Monitor
55'' capacitive multi-touch PC table
4x 42'' Capacitive Touch Monitor Video Wall
21.5'' and 32'' Touch PC kiosks---with 10 point-touch with aluminium design
15'' High Brightness capacitive rugged Touch PC
13.3'' capacitive Touch PC – with Full HD display and IP65 front
11.6'' ButterflyMX building intercom & door control system
8'' resistive IP65 High Brightness Touch Monitor
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Geniatech shows their dragonboard development board following the 96board credit card size, to be sold at $59 it uses the 64bit Qualcomm Snapdragon 410 Quad-core ARM Cortex-A53, 1GB RAM, 8GB Nand Flash, 2x USB 2.0 host, HDMI out, compared with the other 96boards, it comes with Ethernet port and uses a regular 6.5V-18V DC-in power. For Smart Drone development, Geniatech shows their Dronecast development board, for drone video streaming using DVB-T standards, it support 720p live video streaming and controls for the Drone at up to 2 Kilometer distance.
Geniatech also shows their 23" FHD All-in-one on Amlogic S812 Quad-Core ARM Cortex-A9, HDMI-in and tuner TV inside.
Realtek shows the ready-for-mass-production development board on Realtek 1295 Quad-core 64bit ARM Cortex-A53 with Mali-T820 GPU on 28nm, this is a prototype with Dual-band AC WiFi Rounter, Gigabit Lan and SATA port, you can also use it as a gateway and server at home. You can video streaming via monbile phone from the local HDD inside the RTD1295 TV Box. Realtek1295 support 4K HDR 10bit and VP9 video decoding, with all most 4K DRM supported, runs Google Android TV 6.0, with HDMI-in it also support Picture-in-Picture functions. Realtek claims RTD1295 TV Boxes will be mass production in Q3 2016.
Weeview Eyeplug is a pico camera dongle features with 0.3mega pixel camera inside, connect to Android smart phone by micro USB or Type-C , makes your Android phone to shoot 3D pictures or 3D VR videosIt can support deep learning feature can switch focus or out of focus. Retail price will be around $40 in Taiwan.
Amlogic S912 is their high end CPU with 64bit Octa-core ARM Cortex-A53 with High performance OpenGL 3.1 3D GPU on ARM Mali-T830 GPU for higher performance gaming. Amlogic S912 supports 4K HDR including Dolby Vision, HDR10 and HLG, 4K@60fp 10bit video decode and picture in picture display, multi-format video playback including VP9, H.265 10-bit and AVS+, with complete Dolby, DTS certifications, support operators level hardware security 4K DRM. Mass production and shipping will start from Q3 2016.
Amlogic also shows S905X, which is their upgraded version of Almogic S905, 64bit Quad-core ARM Cortex-A53, compared with S905, it now supports HDR10 and VP9, intergrated Ethernet port inside the CPU. That means S905X can be certified by Google for Android TV at a very low system BOM for the TV Box market.
Rockchip RK3399 dual-core ARM Cortex-A72 with quad-core ARM Cortex-A53 big.LITTLE at 28nm with ARM Mali-T864 GPU is ready for mass production, here showing an ultra-slim tablet, featuring dual USB Type-C for charging, for data and display output. Rockchip also shows their high performance VR solution ready for mass production based on RK3399, Chromebooks, Windows 10, Set-top-boxes, Robots and more are probably to come.
Goodway shows their latest docks for USB Type-C, for USB3.0 using DisplayLink, with 12V/3.25A DC-in, some feature 5pcs USB3.0 host, Gigabit Lan port, 1pcs USB Type-C, dual HDMI-out support dual display 4K output at 4096*2160@60fps or single display with 2 HDMI-in up to 5120*2880@60fps. The dock also comes with SPIDF support 5.1 audio channel. Goodway also shows their Type-C Continuum docking solution which they may be providing to Microsoft for use with Windows Continuum Phones, it comes with 2pcs USB2.0 host and 1pcs USB 3.0 host, Gigabit Lan and 1080P HDMI out.
AIQ shows their washable smart clothes with heart rate sensor, ECG, HRV, their key material is stainless steel fiber, 10% of size of human’s hair. AIQ's smart clothes features a removable electronics moduel with ARM Cortex M0 and battery, it supports about 7 days battery life with normal usage.