Li Rui is about to release a range of RK3288 Tablets at 7.85″, 10.1″ and 9.7″, now being lauched to distributors. In this video, Lirui is assembling their Rk3188 with 9.7″ Retina panel, they sold about 100K of that one, they also do 7.85″ and other. Li Rui has engineers optimizing the BOM cost, Tooling designs of the Rockchip based Tablets that they manufacture for several customers, some of them famous in the Shenzhen Tablet world.
UyeSee shows their Rockchip RK3288 Android TV Box (which you can order 5/10/15/20 samples of, read further down), the most powerful MiniPC, 4K Media Player and Gaming Box on the market! With a Quad core ARM Cortex-A17(or A12) with a DMIPS of 28800, Mali-T764 Quad-core GPU, HDMI 2.0 with 4K@60fps, Android 4.4, HEVC UHS hardware decoding, Gigabit ethernet, 5.8Ghz WiFi and Bluetooth 4.0. UyeSee also shows their ultra compact RK3288 PCB design and UyeSee is able to also design a RK3288 mini-pc design (if customer orders a minimum quantity) with VGA, series port, and a big capacitor stores your data when power is suddenly cut off. Audio in and audio out.
Samples (to be available for shipping by the end of September) can be purchased by sending an email to email@example.com in quantities of 5/10/15/20, to the price of $120 per unit you have to add the estimated 3-5-day shipping cost to Europe/USA: $50 for 5 units, $75 for 10 units, $100 for 15 units and $150 for 20 units.
Shenzhen iNet Technologies Co.,Ltd is a PCB Design House making Allwinner A33 and Allwinner A80 Tablet PCB designs, they’re a tablet solutions provider where their tablet designs are being shipped in quantities above 2 Million tablets per month. Factories around Shenzhen buy PCB designs for tablets from iNet, with over 180 staff mostly in R&D, they do software, hardware, testing and mass production planning.
MediaTek’s Octa-core ARM Cortex-A7 SoC is optimized for tablet in the MT8392, where the CPU is basically the same as MT6592 but where the SoC is tweaked for tablet usages, supporting higher charging power over MicroUSB, supports larger high resolution displays and more. MediaTek’s Tablet SoC design can scale on and off the cores to save power thus provide quite good battery life with for example their MT8392 Octa Core. MediaTek also has their MT8135 big.LITTLE processor with dual-core ARM Cortex-A15 and dual-core ARM Cortex-A7. They also shows their MT8125 Quad-core ARM Cortex-A7 with a PowerVR SGX544MP1 GPU. MT8117 is MediaTek’s WiFi only low cost dual-core ARM Cortex-A7 for tablets while the MediaTek MT8127 is a quad-core ARM Cortex-A7 at 1.5GHz with a quad-core ARM Mali-450 MP4 GPU, has built-in 3G, FHD display and H265 playback.
Flyshark is now on Kickstarter, it is the lightest, slimmest, full-sized foldable bluetooth keyboard on the market. Folded, the keyboard is close to a Samsung Galaxy Note3 in size. The Flyshark foldable keyboard has special X structure keycap, super slim edging and Alumnium alloy case with unbreakable “space material”. The weight is just 130g. The Flyshark Bluetooth keyboard supports Android, iOS, Windows adopting Broadcom chipset 3.0 with super-low power consumption.
Chuwi showing their latest products. A 7inch 1280×800 resolution, MTK8382 quad-core, 1Gb of RAM and with 3G costs $99 for MOQ 1K. This tablet is dual-SIM 3G with Micro-SIM and Mini-SIM slots. They are also showing some Rockchip 10.1inch Retina display tablets and some Intel Atom powered tablets. Chuwi VX5 has a 8inch 1280×800 resolution display, MTK8382 quad-core, 1Gb of RAM and with dual-SIM 3G costs $105 for MOQ 1K. There are also some 4G LTE tablets introduced at Chuwi.