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$45 Dual-SIM 7″ MediaTek MT6515 Tablet with hot-swappable batteries

Posted by Charbax – July 17, 2013

Check out this 7" dual-sim-GPRS MT6515 dual-core ARM Cortex-A7 based tablet with hot-swappable batteries that I found on the market in Shenzhen. I think you can get IPS for $10 more and 3G-capable dual-sim MT6577 for $10-$20 more. I like the hot-swappable batteries.

Filmed by http://mobilegeeks.com

Shenzhen Tena RK3188 HDMI Stick and Set-top-boxes

Posted by Charbax – July 17, 2013

Shenzhen Tena is a close and early partner with Rockchip designing and implementing Rockchip RK3188 based HDMI Sticks and Set-top-boxes, they have 14 production lines currently outputting 30K HDMI Sticks and Set-top-boxes per month but with a capacity that is much higher as soon as software is fully optimized and as soon as demand is maximized.

Shenzhen Tena at the Shenzhen Electronics Fair

Vido Yuandao RK3188 Tablet Factory Tour

Posted by Charbax – July 17, 2013

Vido Yuandao Window88 shows around their Shenzhen factory where they are currently manufacturing Rockchip RK3188 based tablets and a lot of other tablets. Here you get a tour around their R&D department, the production lines, packaging, testing and more. One of the tablets that Vido outputs is the Vido Mini One on 7.85" RK3188 of which you can see my video of here and see a tour at Vido's booth with more Vido videos to come on http://ARMdevices.net

This is how it looks when I film this type of video at the Vido factory using my Steadicam Merlin 2 on vest:

Charbax video-blogging at Vido factory

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Resuming uploads on ARMdevices.net after my father’s funeral

Posted by Charbax – July 17, 2013

It's been more than a month now that I have been trying to dry the house in Switzerland that my father inundated when he died in the shower without having a house insurance. I've been scraping off floor carpets and doing some of all the stuff that needs to be done. I'm now taking a little break from that here on the Kos island in Greece, where I am now going to spend time on the beach Wi-Fi and my 3G sim card to publish hundreds of videos that I've filmed last month in Asia. I plan to soon start automatically publishing a new video on http://ARMdevices.net every 12 hours, if I can find an easy way to queue publishing up automatically. I also plan to launch some new services for distributors of smart devices worldwide, so check back for that. I would like to hire a young student type enthusiast of my video-blogging to help me with the writing of long relevant titles, descriptions and to help me manage my video publishing queue on YouTube and on my Blog. Let me know if you may be interested.

The whole night of the 1st of April 2013, during the last time that I saw my father (March 29th to April 8th), me and my father watched these YouTube videos (here embedded as a 45-video playlist) during the whole night. Read more about how I watched those YouTube videos with my father at: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL7xXqJFxvYviz1rtxUWTvCkIpqOjjXNo-

My father is dead

Posted by Charbax – June 11, 2013

Gérard was my father, he watched many of my videos but he didn't tell me much about what he thought about them. I wish I had geared my father up with a wearable computer to detect his heart-attack, if that is what killed him. My father died a few years too early to be able to take part in Singularity, as artificial intelligence can soon use video and our recorded responses to make us live forever believably in a virtual reality. But my father never wanted to be recorded, pictures with him are rare, especially in the last 20 years. I visited him in Switzerland about 10 times a year in the last few years using Easyjet. He lived alone since my mother left him 20 year ago, but he loved talking to people. My father could amaze anyone with his smart and fast wit filled with humor, cultural references, football references. He could start talking with anyone in the street, in stores, at stadiums, and he'd be able to entertain them and talk at least half an hour about football. My father has been fully invested in watching every single football match since the early 50'ies, he knows everything about every football player and trainer throughout Europe. His and my favorite teams are Servette FC in Switzerland, Inter Milan, Napoli, Juventus in Italy, Borussia Mönchengladbach and Dortmund in Germany.

Please understand that I am delaying the publishing of about 50 videos that I filmed in Asia, in Shenzhen and in Computex Taipei these past 2 weeks as I am flying back to Europe to be with my Sister and to take care of the things that need to be done.

A couple of months ago, the last time I saw my father, my father and me enjoyed watching youtube videos a whole night, read more about that night on the playlist page:

Cambrios Silver nanowires to revolutionize touch screens and displays

Posted by Charbax – June 9, 2013

Sriram Peruvemba is the new Chief Marketing Officer at Cambrios, the company that is shipping silver nanowire based inks to the transparent and flexible conductor markets. Their ClearOhm material is already replacing ITO and enables high-conductivity transparent film ranging from 10 to 300 Ohms/square. In this video, Sri showed us examples of products already in the market - All-In-One computers from LG Electronics, large area monitors from eTurbotouch, mobile phones from NEC/NTT Docomo, kiosk monitors from G-Vision etc.- that use their ClearOhm silver nanowires. While at Computex we saw more and more devices with touch screens in them, the market appears to be growing rapidly and having more transparent and more conductive touch screens makes perfect sense. And with electronic paper and flexible OLED products getting close to mass production, transparent conductors that can also be flexible/bendable/rollable would be very desirable. We will bring you more updates on this technology in future videos.

Shuangshuang 9.7″ IPS quad-core for $150, 7″ for $75 and more

Posted by Charbax – June 8, 2013

Here are all the latest tablets from Juangsu Shuangshuang, including also a $35 Android based TV remote control using IR blaster.

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

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Wecan drones, remote controlled helicopters, quad-copters and more

Posted by Charbax – June 8, 2013

Wecan sells drones.

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

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T-Online Deutsche Telekom web services, used by 16 million Germans per month

Posted by Charbax – June 8, 2013

Deutsche Telekom talks about their consumer web services at Next Berlin, talking also a bit about Deutsche Telekom's talk about metering web bandwidth usage in Germany.

Mailjet SMTP server cloud based email service

Posted by Charbax – June 8, 2013

Mailjet was founded with the aim of providing a powerful tool for developers and novices alike to manage emails from A to Z, in a very simple way. They are based in Paris, self-funded and has been cash positive since day one. This interview is with Elie, Head of Marketing and Quentin, Deputy CEO. Mailjet is an all-in-one solution to send, track and deliver both marketing and transactional emails. Its cloud-based infrastructure is unique and highly scalable. A proprietary technology optimizes the deliverability of the email messages. Developers use Mailjet's API to integrate a robust email delivery system to their app. On their side, Marketers leverage the intuitive interface and the in-depth analytics. Mailjet actually offers high granularity for all its delivery and activity metrics. From the integration to the effective sending, everything is simplified to the maximum. The volume based pricing is highly competitive.