Sunchip CX-R9 is the latest Android TV Box powered by Rockchip RK3229 Quad-core ARM Cortex-A7 with ARM Mali-400 GPU, runs Android4.4, 1GB RAM, 8GB Nand Flash on board, comes with 3pcs USB host, SD card reader, 2.4G WiFi and 100M Lan port. With HDMI2.0 port, support 10bit 4K H.265 hardware decoding. Bulk price at $25 for 1000pcs order.
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Weccan Toys makes 12000 drone per month. Their mini model costs US$15 and is seen here in orange colour, flying about the booth. The bigger model sells for US$65 and their most popular model sells for US$27. They have their own R&D team in charge of developing new products every year. They also have on display their toy cars.
Shenzhen Longhorn Technology Co Ltd shows here their Android-running Point-of-Sale (PoS) unit for commercial use. The unit features integrated card swipe reader, and a battery that can last for 8-10 hours. Battery life depends on usage, and there is also a dual-screen solution with the secondary display facing the customer so that it can be used for PIN entry.
Phoenix OS is being developed by a team of 30 developers in Beijing China, based on Android, it supports to open any Android app in resizeable windows, to run and use several Android apps at the same time, usable with a mouse and keyboard as well as for the 2-in-1 tablet/laptop convertible market. Here at the Actions Semiconductor booth, Phoenix OS is shown running on the Actions s900 quad-core ARM Cortex-A53 open source Bubblegum-96 development board platform. The Phoenix OS team has optimized their UI platform on several ARM Platforms at the moment and they also have an x86 optimized version that can boot on any old Intel/AMD laptop or desktop off of a USB stick for example.
UCRobotics presents Bubblegum-96 development board with Actions Semiconductor s900 Quad-core 64-bit ARM Cortex-A53 at 1.8GHz with 600MHz PowerVR G6230 GPU, 2GB RAM, USB 3.0, HDMI with 4K output, 1080P@60fps H.264 video capture, ARM TrustZone security support, it can be used to drive up to multiple 3D printers, it is shown running Debian Linux with GPU acceleration and the Android based Phoenix OS and Remix OS smoothly for productivity. Read more about Bubblegum-96 at http://www.96boards.org/products/ce/bubblegum96/ and you can buy the development board at http://www.ucrobotics.com.cn/bubblegum96/
Onyx shows the latest BOOX ebook reader series at HKTDC Fair.
Onyx Boox Max is an ebook reader features with 13.3’’ flexible E Ink display at 1600*1200 resolution, powered by freescale iMX6 Quad-core ARM Cortex-A9, 1GB RAM, 16GB Flash on board, support up to 32GB micro SD card. It runs Android4.0, compatible with almost 3nd party Android apps, support up to 15 kinds TEXT format including PDF,DOC,TXT, HTML, EPUB etc, Pictures like JPG, PNG etc. It comes with a nice aluminum magnesium casing and electromagnetic touch support hand-writing, drawing, notes-taking by digital pen. The battery life up to 4 months with 4000mAH build-in battery. Suggest retail price around $700, start shipping around May 2016. Onyx also show Boox N96 features with 9.7’’ Eink display powered by freescal Imx6 runs Android 4.0, retail price around $400.
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Now available for $137 at https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/riley-your-smart-and-mobile-companion/x/585198#/ the retail price will be $229 and distributors can buy it at $78 for 1 thousand pieces minimum order. It moves around quite smoothly and fastly, works on carpets too, can climb over small obstacles, it can get back up if it fall over on its side. They have nice app features such as taking pictures, video, night-vision, "wake up on movement", go back to charger home. They might add more functions like room mapping/memory, follow function, "automatic roaming security guard" and more.
Rockchip RK3399 is Rockchip's first big.LITTLE processor, 64bit ARMv8, on 28nm with two large ARM Cortex-A72 cores and 4 small ARM Cortex-A53 cores, with ARM Mali-T864 GPU, it features dual USB Type-C with DisplayPort audio-video output support, H265/VP9 10bit 60fps HDMI 2.0 decode, PCI-e, 8 channel microphone array and support for the latest Android, Linux, Chrome OS and Windows 10. The RK3399 SDK is available to Rockchip's partners with sampling of the chip starting before the end of this month, full mass production in consumer electronics should happen in the 3 months of July to September 2016, depending on Rockchip's mass production device partners reaching stable results with the chip. Rockchip may position RK3399 as a mass market well priced Hexacore 64bit platform.
Fazein Acton Global, a Silicon Valley-based startup, has on demo their Rocket Skates, a pair of powered skates that run on rechargeable batteries and allow the wearer to move faster. The skates are available in different models differentiated only by price and battery runtime. Prices start at US$399 for the cheapest model.