Here's an update from the Chairman of the HKEIA Education Foundation on the HKTDC Electronics Fair, and about Hong Kong's position and role in the electronics industry.
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HKTDC Electronics Fair 2012 status by Professor K. B. Chan Honorary Chairman of the HKEIA Foundation
The electronicAsia trade show happens with the HKTDC Electronics Fair, in the same buildings and at the same time for 16 years now. It's a trade show about components used in the making of all consumer and industrial electronics. Ronald Unterburger is the managing director of MMI-Munich International Trade Fairs who co-owns and organizes the electronicAsia trade show with the HKTDC.
Archos is launching two more sizes for their Generation 10 Android Tablet series, including the $199 Archos 80 XS and the $299 Archos 97 XS, each with the optional $49 Archos Coverboard Keyboard Dock. I've been using my Archos 101 XS every day during these past 45 days, replacing my broken $1000 Intel Ultrabook for all of my on-the-go productivity and 10.1" Tablet usage. It's much thinner and lighter than an Intel laptop, the thin and light keyboard dock ads productivity to the already very awesome OMAP4470 tablet. The same priced $299 Archos 97 XS runs on the same OMAP4470 and the $199 Archos 80 XS runs on the Rockchip RK3066 processor to achieve thus a Nexus7-like price point with its own awesome thin and light magnetic Keyboard dock.
13.1" 1280x800 Allwinner A10 Tablet from Archos, probably to be released at an attractive price.
Rockchip Vice-President Chen Feng presents their new single-core ARM Cortex-A9 SoC for cheaper, faster, lower power consuming tablets! They call it the Single-core Terminator. They simplify to lower the cost of the SoC thus of the entry-level ARM Powered device all the while improving the performance to provide for better entry-levels tablets.
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