Retro LP turntable players with upgraded digital features like record to USB or SD card, CD burner/player, and some other stuff.
OK, now look forward to having hello kitty on all your home appliances. Prepare to be surprised!
Here’s http://commax.cc they also do Telechips ARM11 based tablets.
Welcome to Archos Shenzhen offices, Sandy Chen is Archos OEM sales director, she introduces the new Archos 7c Home Tablet, an updated Archos Home Tablet with capacitive screen and RK2918 ARM Cortex-A8 performance chip inside.
The first day of the Hong Kong HKTDC Electronics Fair is over, it’s huge, gigantic, I filmed a bunch of videos that I am now going to upload and publish as soon as possible. Look for cool new ARM Cortex-A9 products, new ARM Powered tablets, Smartphones and much more coming up. Make sure to subscribe to my RSS feed and subscribe to my YouTube channel to keep updated with my latest upcoming videos.
I actually found this being sold at 780 renminbi ($120) at the Shenzhen Electronics Market the day after I bought it. So the price for this is actually as low as that. Also see my video review of the similar but even cheaper $87 FG8 3.5″ capacitive MTK6515 HTC Desire clone. And my video interview with Karasnn.com the probable manufacturer of this $120 MTK6516 Hero H2000 smartphone.
Here are the specs for this cool $120 Android Powered iphone4-copy:
MTK6516 ARM9 460Mhz + 250Mhz DSP
Android 2.2 Froyo
2GB Flash storage, MicroSD expansion
3.5″ HVGA Capacitive touch screen
GSM/GPRS/EDGE Dual-SIM card slots (no 3G)
WiFi, Bluetooth 2.1, 3.5mm stereo heaphones, 2 Megapixel back-facing, 0.3Megapixel front-facing cameras
I bought one of my H2000 from Sinoteck for $149 (969 renminbi) at http://bysino.net a partner of http://dhgate.com (they were exhibitor at the Shenzhen Electronics Fair) and the other I bought for $131 (850 renminbi) on the Shenzhen electronics market, then finding it being sold for $120 (780 renminbi) the day after.
Rockchip is moving strongly into bringing high-end smartphone functionality into the $200-$300 mid-range smartphone pricing, with 3G support and more. They are also providing their RK2818 series for sub-$100 Android smartphones with ARM9 performance.
Eken shows their newest Android tablets, they also have a nice looking Honeycomb logo at their booth, but no Honeycomb actually in sight. I guess we’re all just waiting waving the honeycomb flags until the Google decides to bring it to us all.
Chang Jiang make some of the Mediatek 6516 based Android phones available in the Shenzhen market.
They seem to be the guys making my Hero H2000 Android 3.5″ capacitive $120 iPhone4-copy smartphone.