Category: Computex

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SECO UDOO x86 development board

Posted by stromium – December 22, 2016

On display here is the SECO UDOO x86, a computer along the lines of Raspberry Pi that combines a processor (a 2.56GHz 14nm quad-core Intel 64-bit part), RAM (up to 8GB), and storage (8GB eMMC upgradable to 32GB). The board features WiFi, Bluetooth 4.0 (integrated Intel Curie microcontroller), and a fanless design. It can drive up to 3 4K displays via the 1xHDMI and 2XMini DisplayPorts. It is intended for use as a Windows/Linux/Android x86 computer, or as a development board for universities and students. The basic version starts at US$89.

Acer Chromebook 14

Posted by stromium – December 22, 2016

The Acer Chromebook 14 ($274 at Amazon) is a Chrome OS device that comes fully finished in metal for around US$300. Equipped with 14" 768p (1366x768) or 1080p (1920x1080) pixel display, dual or quad-core Intel Celeron processors, 4GB RAM, 16/32GB of Flash storage, 2xUSB 3.1 ports, the Chromebook 14 is meant primarily for web usage and light office applications. Claimed battery life is up to 14 hours for the lower-resolution version.

Synology RT2600ac Router, up to 2.53Gbps Wi-Fi combined bandwidth

Posted by stromium – December 22, 2016

Synology, a Taiwan-based company specializing in NAS (network-attached storage) devices, has on display their RT2600ac router. The router is claimed to have a throughput of 2600Mbps. Equipped with four antennae, four LAN ports, 1xUSB2.0 port, 1xUSB3.0 port, and an SDHC card reader. The router runs Synology's OS for routers, dubbed Synology Router Manager (SRM) 1.1, that allow for features such as being able to roll back files on the network to their previous versions and load balancing between different network inputs. The router can accept multiple internet connections including cellular data dongles via USB.

Marvell ARM Powered Network Switches

Posted by stromium – December 22, 2016

Displayed here is Marvell's broad range of network switch solutions running ARM processors. The first board uses dual-core ARM Cortex-A9. has 24x10Gbps Ethernet ports and two additional 40Gbps ports. Marvell's ARM CPUs come embedded with their security engine that allows for monitoring data activity. We also see their prosumer range meant for professional use, with support for a 10Gigabit port.

Netronix 13.3″ E Ink Notepad $520 and 6.8″ $135

Posted by juliusaugustus – December 21, 2016

Netronix offers and accurate digital inking experience. Netronix electronic Notepads offer a digital notetaking experience. The digital notepad runs on an Android based system. The notepads have a black and white 13.3" 1200x1600 e-paper screen. The digitizer is based upon walltop passive digitzer technology. The digital notepad sells for $520 for a minimum of 3000 Units. Netronix also makes a 6.8" model with a 1440x1080 resolution. The 6.8" models sells for $135 for a minimum of 3000 pieces.

Acer V9800 4K Projector on TI DLP 2000lumens, Acer 1080P Projector 6000lumens

Posted by Gennie – July 3, 2016

Acer shows their prototype of V9800 4K projector, the all-new UHD projectors support 4K resolution in 3840*2160, it is powered by TI DLP technology, delivering more than 8 million pixels, with a super-resolution video engine built-in, follow the Rec 709 protocol and wider range of colors with Acer ColorPurity Technology to bring you the cinematic color experiences. Acer V9800 4K Projector will be in mass production on the 2nd half of this year.

Realtek USB Type-C Dock with HDMI, DisplayPort, Gigabit Lan; Realtek USB Type-C Monitor

Posted by Gennie – July 3, 2016

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, 4K HDR Smart TV SoC with embedded universal DVB supported

Posted by Gennie – July 2, 2016

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 booth tour at Computex 2016, up to 84’’ touchscreen PC

Posted by Gennie – June 16, 2016

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

You can contact faytech here:
sales@faytech.com
http://www.faytech.com
http://www.facebook.com/faytechtouch
http://www.twitter.com/faytechshenzhen

$59 Geniatech Dragonboard 96Boards, Dronecast DVB-T HD video Streaming for Drones

Posted by Gennie – June 16, 2016

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.


You can contact Geniatech here:
http://www.geniatech.com
sales@geniatech.com (let them know you watched this video)