Category: HKTDC Electronics Fair

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EAMEY smartwatches with LCD display and sleep monitoring function

Posted by stromium – September 20, 2016

EAMEY makes smartwatches, and on display here is their idea of a smartwatch – it features a normal watch bezel and dial, with a small LCD in the center that displays stats. The watch connects via Bluetooth to iOS and Android devices, and charges through a cradle connected to two pins on the back. The company behind the smartwatch, Shenzhen Tianyi Intelligent Technology Co., Ltd, is based in Guangdong. The price is US$34. Also on display are their Bluetooth earphones that also support sleep monitoring, selling for US$16.

GIO Pillows – music playing pillows with inbuilt speakers and Bluetooth connectivity

Posted by stromium – September 20, 2016

GIO Clavis Co, Ltd., is from Korea (established in 2011) and specializes in pillows, earlier baby pillows. Here they show their smart pillow which features two small speakers inside for night time listening. The speakers cannot be felt by hand so there is no chance of injury to the head from hitting the pillow too hard, though harsh use is not advised. The pillow is also washable, and comes with an external optional controller for music track playback control.

OceanRich dirt cleaning products

Posted by stromium – September 20, 2016

OceanRich is a Taiwan-based company that manufactures home appliances such as fans, humidifiers, kitchen appliances etc. Seen here are their smart cleaners that do not use any sensors. The movement of the appliances is random. There is a ball (called the “Mopet”) that picks up dirt and lint that can be brushed off. The price for one is US$8.8, and it runs on AA batteries. Next is their mopping device, also random in movement, which can run for 8-9 hours on two AA batteries. There is also a model with a water dispenser inbuilt for faster cleaning.

For more information visit: http://www.oceanrich.tw

Merlin Leonardo VR kit for on-screen editing

Posted by stromium – September 20, 2016

Merlin shows the Leonardo virtual reality kit that allows one to control 3D images displayed on the screen, using their proprietary controller that uses 3 IR sensors to monitor the position. The software also allows for direct import of 3D CAD files, supporting output to 3D printers. Based in Budapest, Hungary, the Leonardo sells for US$1000 and uses an open API that can be used for creating 3D games. The kit includes a pair of 3D glasses, the software suite and the wired controller.

Drone Lead-Go smartphones with MTK6735P, MTK6572/6582

Posted by stromium – September 20, 2016

Drone Lead-go (HK) Digit Technology Co., Ltd is a HongKong-based manufacturer of that shows here their DLG502 smartphone running a 5” 720p display, MediaTek MTK6735P chipset, 1GB RAM, 8GB ROM, 8MP + 2MP front/rear camera configuration, and LTE connectivity for Chinese TDD bands. It sells for US$52 at an MoQ of 3000 units. The DLG5W5 uses MTK6582, 5” TN LCD display (854x480px), 512MB RAM, VGA+2MP camera configuration, 4GB ROM and 3G connectivity for US$33. Their 3G tablet with an 8” display costs US$39.

XiaoYi cameras with Sony Exmor R sensor, Ambarella A7LS

Posted by stromium – September 11, 2016

XiaoYi is Xiaomi's camera business, here they showcase their smart camera that sells at US$65. There is a 360 degree camera setup using 6 units that costs US$500, allowing one to create stitched pictures and records video at 2K. It uses an Ambarella A7LS processor and 16MP Sony Exmor R CMOS sensor units. It is waterproof and can be used underwater for up to 40 meters depth.

Shenzhen Banana tablets and smartphones with MTK6582, RK3688

Posted by stromium – September 11, 2016

Shenzhen Banana Technology Co., Ltd., is based in Shenzhen and started off as a trading company. They now have their own manufacturing plant and make tablets. Manufacturing approximately 50k pieces per month, their most popular tablet is shown here. It uses an Intel chipset and costs US$65. The other, larger tablet uses a RockChip RK3688 CPU and has what seems like a 10.1” display. The 7” Intel model sells for US$40. Tablets have been made for 5 years and smartphones for 2 years – they show a model with a MediaTek MT6582 quad-core CPU that sells for US$53.

$100 Sunco S091 4K@30fps Actions Camera on Ambarella A12, $60 4K@24fps Actions Camera on NTK96660

Posted by Gennie – May 25, 2016

Sunco S091 is a 4K actions camera powered Ambarella A12, features with SONY IMX117 sensor and 170degree wide angle lens, support 4K@30fps, 2K@60/30fps, 1080P@100/60/30fps, 720P@120/60fps H.264 video recording. It comes 2’’Full HD screen,with build-in micro-SD card support up to 64GB, and an 60 meters waterproof case. It also with mini HDMI jack, support video streaming output to big screen by HDMI cable. With WiFi inside, it also support wireless control from remote and mobile phone via APP. Bulk price at $100 for 1000pcs order.
Sunco also shows S032, the 4K@24fps actions camera powered by Novatek NTK96660, bulk price at $60 for 1000pcs order, and the single lens 360 degree camera as well.

You can contact Sunco here: (Let them know if you watch this video)
Jason, Sales Manager
Mobile:+86-139 0298 6423
Tel:+86-755 8374 8050
manager@suncohk.com
Skype: suncosales001
http://www.suncohk.com

$25 Sunchip CX-R9, 4K Android TV Box on RK3229

Posted by Gennie – May 21, 2016

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.

You can contact Sunchip here: (let them know you watched the video)
Kobe Chen, Sales Manager
kobe@sunchip-tech.com
Mobile: +86 13751103656
Phone: +86 755 26733959
Skype: Kobechen6132
QQ: 1191324838
http://www.sunchip-tech.com

Weccan mini toy drones and toy cars from $15

Posted by stromium – April 28, 2016

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.