Cloudy Hong Kong, Peak Tram, Star Ferry, Skyscrapers

Posted by – April 21, 2011

About 10 minutes after the last part of this video, there was a huge thunder storm over Hong Kong. They told me it may have been a long time ago there wasn’t that much rain over Hong Kong. This video features going down the Peak Tram in Hong Kong on a cloudy day, then going on the Star Ferry from Central Pier to Tsim Sha Tsui. I managed to jump on a subway to Sham Shui Po Electronics Market to buy a bunch of stuff and make more videos before flying back.

TAL Electronics Corp shows NEC/Renesas Cortex-A9 533Mhz Dual-Core tablet

Posted by – April 21, 2011

Here’s another new ARM Cortex-A9 Dual-Core capacitive 7″ tablet. TAL also provides some educational software for tablets, with interesting online features, assignment collaboration for school classes, overlay highlights, drawings, note taking and more.

Quality Industrial Technology Co Ltd shows NEC/Renesas Cortex-A9 Dual-Core tablet

Posted by – April 21, 2011

Quality Industrial has a $80 Rockchip Rk2818 resistive (+$15 for capacitive) and they are also showing a 1024×600 7″ capacitive 3G-enabled NEC/Renesas ARM Cortex-A9 533Mhz Dual-Core based tablet for about $200 a piece.

Shenzhen Sailing Digital Technology shows Marvell 166 powered Tablets

Posted by – April 21, 2011

Tablets with GPS and cellphone function. With 3G the cost can be $184 in bulk. They also use the Telechips ARM Cortex-A8 for $130 without 3G. And they’ll use the next Marvell processor next month and Infotmic also.

Play Doom on an E-ink screen

Posted by – April 20, 2011

Fun demo playing Doom on an e-ink screen using the new PocketBook 360 Plus.

Hanvon B516, new e-ink e-reader

Posted by – April 20, 2011

Hanvon presents their new e-ink e-readers.

Shenzhen Bly Electronics shows $60 VIA Wondermedia based laptops

Posted by – April 20, 2011

First seen a bit over a year ago such as in this video, the VIA ARM9 Wondermedia SoC and software solution is one of the platforms that makes it easy to make cheap laptops and tablets. Chrome OS software or Honeycomb seems to be needed for this type of $60 ARM Powered laptop solution to start to become viable solution. But probably also that faster processor with more RAM is also needed for full speed web browsing performance.

Dehoo shows a Skyviia based Android Set-top-box

Posted by – April 20, 2011

Here’s another new Skyviia ARM9 powered Android Set-top-box.

Video-review of the NEC/Renesas based dual-core ARM Cortex-A9 533Mhz capacitive 7″ tablet from livall.cn (desert safari and camel version)

Posted by – April 20, 2011

Since I know that you can’t wait for me to post more Android tablet videos, I decided to start filming my review in the desert while doing the desert safari and riding a camel, so you can further check out this cool new NEC/Renesas 533Mhz Dual-Core ARM Cortex-A9 7″ capacitive tablet that I got from livall.cn. I’ll post my full real video-review once I am back in Copenhagen later today.

You can also watch these other Qatar videos that I filmed:
1. Arrived in Qatar
2. Walking the Souq Waqif, the Corniche and checking out the Doha skyscrapers at night
3. Desert Safari with Arabian Adventure Qatar (includes a fun Video-review of the NEC/Renesas based dual-core ARM Cortex-A9 533Mhz capacitive 7″ tablet from livall.cn)

I’m in Qatar 2 (more Hong Kong videos to be uploaded tomorrow)

Posted by – April 19, 2011

The upload speed is not fast enough here in my Doha hotel to upload and post more of my Hong Kong Android tablet videos. So I will resume doing that tomorrow when I am back on my fast upload connection in Copenhagen Denmark. For now you can watch this second video from Doha Qatar where I show you how it looks to walk the Souq Waqif, the Corniche and to check out the Doha Skyscrapers at night.

You can also watch these other Qatar videos that I filmed:
1. Arrived in Qatar
2. Walking the Souq Waqif, the Corniche and checking out the Doha skyscrapers at night
3. Desert Safari with Arabian Adventure Qatar (includes a fun Video-review of the NEC/Renesas based dual-core ARM Cortex-A9 533Mhz capacitive 7″ tablet from livall.cn)