Category: Tradeshows

CAVIUM 64bit ARMv8 for Servers and Base Stations

Posted by – February 25, 2014

Cavium talks about and shows their latest enterprise, data center, wired and wireless networking OCTEON and OCTEON Fusion SoCs based on ARMv8 64bit and MIPS, making customized optimized core designs for each in use for cloud servers and base stations among other. CAVIUM claims that their ARMv8 64bit enterprise/server design, due to be released later this year, provides more performance at lower power consumption than Intel´s x86.

Qualcomm 610 and 615 ARMv8 64bit ARM Cortex-A53 quad/octa core, 801 and 805/Adreno420 demos

Posted by – February 25, 2014

Qualcomm presents their latest ARM 64bit ARMv8 Snadragon 610 and 615 based on the ARM Cortex-A53 quad and octa core. These new include the Qualcomm Gobi 9X30’s LTE Advanced Category 6 capability with up to 300Mbps 4G LTE modem, 3G HSPA+, CDMA, and 802.11ac Wi-Fi all in one chip. Enhanced ISP for imaging and camcorder quality and Adreno 405. Qualcomm Snapdragon 610 and 615 are pin compatible with the cheaper 64bit Snapdragon 410 enabling faster time to market. Qualcomm also shows their upcoming Snapdragon 805 with amazingly fast 4K video upscaling, 4K video gaming.

Nokia Android Phone: Nokia X series launched starting at 89€

Posted by – February 24, 2014

As I have been Google+’ing for the past 3-4 years, this is it, Nokia is finally releasing their low cost ultra nice Android phone. Selling worldwide starting today for around 89€. This is totally amazing and congratulations to the Nokia team for an awesome first step in the right direction!!

I would also like to see a few more improvements to this:
– Nokia Home be a home replacement on Google Play (to turn any other Android device into a Nokia Home Experience device (including switching over to Nokia Store, Nokia Maps and everything else that ships with a Nokia X)
– Bring Windows Phone apps to Android. Tweak the Android AOSP software to add Windows Phone apps support. (same in the other direction, support Android apps on Windows Phone platform).
– Announce that Nokia and Microsoft would not be against Google authorizing them to pre-install and support the official installation of Google Apps like Google Play, Google Maps, Gmail, and etc. If Google won’t allow it, simply put public pressure so that media forces Google to open up how their Google Apps may or may not ship with modified Android devices. I think every device must be able to ship with any app and I think multiple app stores on a device is the best way.
– Nokia Store should include unlimited free apps for a very low monthly subscription price. Something like $5/month for unlimited games and apps. Start signing up as many paid app/games developers and of course include all the free ones anyway. Subscribers can have advertising disabled on ad-supported apps. For developing countries the monthly cost can be much lower, perhaps even for free in certain countries where the GDP per capita is very low. App/games developers can for example agree that their apps and games are to be free in certain regions of the world where people don’t make a lot of salary.

Konka $900 42″ 4K, $1000 50″ 4K, $1100 55″ 4K, $1600 65″ 4K, $4000 84″ 4K

Posted by – February 22, 2014

Here are the cheapest yet 4K displays for sale all over China, now being exported worldwide either under the Konka brand or under third party brands. They sell about 30K 4K displays per month at the moment and mass production of these are ramping up. Those all support HDMI 2 60fps by default. Konka uses the LG and Samsung 4K panels, so the quality is the same in terms of the panel, the CPU and 4K engine is different generating and upscaling perhaps different 4K quality yet, they use for example MStar 4K engine with among other things 4K HEVC decode support.

Panasonic GH4, 4K video camera, coming soon

Posted by – February 22, 2014

Panasonic announces their upcoming 4K mirrorless camera, successor to the GH3 (which is being used to film all videos on http://ARMdevices.net in the past year since CES 2013), it’ll use a new ultra fast SD Card system to record 4K video at up to 200mbit per second.

Latest Hasee Laptops, Phones and Tablets

Posted by – February 20, 2014

HASEE is a 20 year old company. HASEE makes laptops, smartphones, and tablets. HASEE employs 3,000 – 4,000 people in their factories. HASEE has a 4.5″ phone for 69 USD and a 5″ phone 99 USD and 139 USD and a 6″ phone for 159 USD all for retail price.

Company Website: http://www.hasee.com/en/

LG 4K Ultra HD TV

Posted by – February 20, 2014

LG makes 4k TVS anywhere in the ballpark of 49″ to 105″. LG TV’s have upscaling technology so that HD videos can be watched in 4k. LG plans to release the 49″ 4k television during 2014 at unspecified date with no announced price. Netflix plans to offer 4k movie streaming and the LG TVS will be compatible with it.

MT6582 and MT6572 phones from Shenzhen Go East Electronics

Posted by – February 14, 2014

Go East Electronics from Shenzhen shows their 2014 range of phones. Go East sells around 20,000 phones per week and 80,000 per month. Go east has a factory that employs around 300 people. Go east has a 6″ WVGA (800×480) android phone with a MTK 6582 processor for 30 USD. Go East has another model with a a 5.3″ screen and MTK 6582 processor for an unspecified price. GO east has a 4″ WVGA with a MTK 6572 processor for 52 USD.

$88 7.85″ IPS A31S, 7″ A31S, $80 10.1″ TN from Shenzhen Ployer

Posted by – February 9, 2014

The latest range of tablets from Shenzhen Ployer.

Here’s the contact information for Ployer (please tell them you saw the video):

Company Name: Shenzhen Ployer Electronics Co., Ltd.
Address: Building 8, Yusheng Industrial Park, Gushu, Xixiang, Bao’an District, Shenzhen, Guangdong, China.
Zip Code: 518102
International Business Contact
Telephone: 0086-755-82660733
Fax: 0086-755-82660533
Email: info@ployer.com.cn

Vuzix M100 Smart Glass now shipping for $1000

Posted by – February 8, 2014

Vuzix is showing their $1000 Smart Glass headmounted computer solution uses a compact WQVGA 16:9, 1Ghz OMAP4430 Powered, White Pearl display module and ultra-low-power driver IC from Kopin Corporation, 16GB Flash, 32GB MicroSD support, head-tracking sensors are 3 axis Gyro, 3 axis Accelerometer and 3 axis Magnetometer. 600mAh battery offering 1-2 hours of display usage but much more can be achieved with an external 3800mAh battery pack. Camera does 5megapixel photos and 1080p video. Mounting options include over head, Safety Glasses and can be used on either left or right eye. They have an SDK for further Android development for it links up using Bluetooth 4.0 to Android or iOS host device. You can read more about it here: http://www.vuzix.com/consumer/products_m100/