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$47 Android phone and $140 A31 Tablet by Simon Electronics

Posted by Charbax – May 27, 2013

Simon Electronics shows Allwinner A31 10.1" for $140 and they show a MediaTek powered Android phone for $47 (I forgot to ask more details) and more. Sells 10-15K phones per month, mostly to South America and Europe.

Filmed at the HKTDC Hong Kong Electronics Fair (Spring Edition) 2013

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Handpad Tablet Factory Tour

Posted by Charbax – May 26, 2013

Handpad Digilink shows around their factory in Shenzhen China, making Allwinner, Rockchip tablets and more. They make and ship about 2000 tablets per day from this factory.

$66 6″ front-lit E Ink e-readers from Jawei

Posted by Charbax – May 26, 2013

Jawei shows their latest range of E Ink based e-readers, starting at $40 for a 4.3" E Ink e-reader without touch, $66 for 6" without touch, add a bit for touch. Minimum order quantity is 2K.

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$1.50 iPhone cases by Famewell

Posted by Charbax – May 25, 2013

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Superinworld A31/RK3066 Tablets

Posted by Charbax – May 25, 2013

$145 A31 10.1", $45 A13 7" and more.

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Eken shows $74 7″ IPS RK3066, $133 A31 9.7″ IPS ($20 more for Retina), $136 A31 10.1″ IPS and more

Posted by Charbax – May 25, 2013

Eken sells about 300K tablet per month. They sell 800K PCBs for tablet per month. They show ultra thin 7" IPS, $47 for VIA 8801 single-core ARM Cortex-A9 with 512MB RAM, $56 for the 7" Allwinner A20 800x480 and a bunch more.

Check also my video at the Eken car DVR factory: http://armdevices.net/2012/06/18/eken-camera-factory-tour/

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Geniatech dual band WiFi and DTV tuner on MicroUSB for HDMI Sticks and Tablets

Posted by Charbax – May 25, 2013

Geniatech shows their new HDMI Stick with built-in 5Ghz dual-band WiFi support and provides a new compact DVB-T tuner on MicroUSB for Rockchip and AmLogic based tablets (comes with default driver on AmLogic tablets and for Rockchip requires modification to the tablet firmware). They have a DTV to WiFi battery powered box for $45 (guidance, I guess bulk price). Geniatech also shows some of their other current devices and they tease the next generation quad-core 2Ghz AmLogic ARM Cortex-A9 with Quad-core Mali-400 that is due to arrive in products around June/July.

Next Berlin: TextMaster crowdsourced translation and copy-writing

Posted by Charbax – May 25, 2013

50 thousand translators and writers contribute translations and copy-writing, targeting 2 million euros revenue this year. You can go online and order your content and you get it back translated a couple of hours later. Disrupting the translation market at about 3 cents per word at Basic quality, 10 cents per word for the standard level and up to 18 cent per word for expert translation and copy-writing mode.

Next Berlin: Hercules Fisherman, serial entrepreneur, investor in start-ups

Posted by Charbax – May 25, 2013

Here Hercules Fisherman is showing his new app called Artspedia, pointing at works in a gallery, it can show information about that painting.

Next Berlin: Blinkist iPhone app resumes non-fiction ebooks in a blink

Posted by Charbax – May 25, 2013

They provide abstract versions of non-fiction ebooks so people can "read" ebooks in 10-15 minutes on an iphone.