A tour of the Ramos booth at the Hong Kong HKTDC electronics fair, based on the AmLogic 800Mhz ARM Cortex-A9 Single Core processor, the price starts around $200 when bought in bulk.
Shenzhen Amidia Electronics Co Ltd makes this AmLogic ARM Cortex-A9 800Mhz Single Core Set-top-box, this video features the performance of this device, web browsing on a HDTV and doing other stuff.
Some nice Bluetooth keyboard designs. They also explain some of the Bluetooth 3.0 standard advantages to come in their upcoming ARM Cortex-M3 powered Bluetooth 3.0 input devices, for lower power consumption, faster response time, easier setup.
One of the first real i.MX53 tablet prototypes I have seen other than the reference design development kit.
They add Android to their GPS navigation devices.
They make over 200 Mp3 players and PMPs, now they also make tablets.
Here’s the Arnova 10 with capacitive touch screen and the RK2918 ARM Cortex-A8 processor. At around $229 MSRP it could possibly become one of the best value 10.1″ ARM Cortex-A8 capacitive tablets on the market. It’s thin, uses most of the nice design features of the Archos 101 Internet Tablet released in October 2010, but removes the kick-stand (to lower cost), replaces some of the metallic design features with plastics (to lower cost), removes HDMI output (I need to let them confirm this, perhaps that was just removed on the prototype). This device uses the new 1.2Ghz Rockchip processor, with 1080p video codecs support (possibly all codecs at up to over 30mbitps high profile playback), new better graphics performance, but most importantly, this awesome 10.1″ tablet may be sold around $229/229€ at retail MSRP (with capacitive and rk2918), and there is a good chance Rockchip should be getting access to the Honeycomb source code soon (comon Google, give it to them sooner rather than later! (I have no idea if Rockchip has Honeycomb yet or not, I will try to interview Rockchip again about Honeycomb at China Sourcing Fair tomorrow)).
A discussion with a Tablet industry salesman at Trend Technology (HK) Ltd about how it works for them to get those tablets made and distributed.
Uptek explains how they are doing their Android based set-top-box with customized UI solutions, and even VOD stuff.
They make some LCOS pico projectors, they are now also experimenting with including Android in the pico projector.