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I’m going to video-blog at the Canton Fair

Posted by Charbax – April 17, 2012

Thanks to a short storm over Hong Kong yesterday night and thanks to the easy flexibility of British Airways, I'm allowed to extend my stay in the Hong Kong, Shenzhen, Guangzhou region for another few days for free! I hear that the Canton Fair is pretty big so I'm now on the train on my way to the Canton Fair! I'm going to be looking for MT6575 phones, RK3066 Tablets, more Boxchip innovation, see what people are doing with all the other chips, I think that fair is going on until April 19th, so I'll video-blog there 2 days. I also have upwards 20 more videos from the HKTDC Electronics Fair and the China Sourcing Fair that I am going to post here in the hours and days to come.

Let me know in the comments or to my email charbax@gmail.com if you know of any awesome exhibitors and devices at the Canton Fair that you think that I should video-blog! Do you have any suggestions for things to do in the Guangzhou Canton Fair area? The name of a really good/cheap hotel in that area? You can also call me to my Zopo ZP100 MT6575 Dual-sim phone:

Chinese number: +86 1 7557 9692 (April 17-19th)
Hong Kong number: +852 9555 7482 (April 19-20th)

Dr the Hon Samson Tam Wai-ho, JP, Member of the Hong Kong Legislative Council

Posted by Charbax – April 16, 2012

Dr The Hon Samson Tam Wai Ho talks about the importance of the Hong Kong Trade Development Council's HKTDC Electronics Fair for the Hong Kong economy, for the world of technology, the advantages for Chinese exhibitors and worldwide buyers to meet at this fair, which the HKTDC claims to now be the worlds second largest consumer electronics fair after the CES.

Hong Kong ASTRI shows screen technologies at the HKTDC Electronics Fair

Posted by Charbax – April 16, 2012

The Hong Kong Applied Science and Technology Institute Co Ltd shows some of their latest display technologies at the HKTDC Electronics Fair.

The City University of Hong Kong talks about lower power fluorescent lamps

Posted by Charbax – April 16, 2012

They claim to have technology to halve the amount of power needed for fluorescent lighting.

Joyplus shows 8″ capacitive and wacom tablet

Posted by Charbax – April 16, 2012

This tablet supports both capacitive touch and wacom pen input.


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Joyplus shows 7″ and 10″ Tablets with Pixel Qi displays

Posted by Charbax – April 16, 2012

Joyplus continues to show their Pixel Qi tablet prototypes.


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Shenzhen Sanxo Technology shows Boxchip Tablets

Posted by Charbax – April 16, 2012


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Runbo X5, rugged Android smartphone with walkie-talkie and waterproof

Posted by Charbax – April 16, 2012

Based on the Qualcomm MSM7227T.

The 10 HKTDC videos on my corrupted/broken SD card have been recovered! Posting them soon

Posted by Charbax – April 16, 2012

Good news: all my 10+ video files have been recovered by a hacker expert on the 3rd floor of the Wan Chai computer market in Hong Kong (hkd$1600), he says they used a lab to open up the SD card and do some type of operation on the card, about an hour later they had all the files ready to be transfered back to my storage. Thanks to everyone who posted suggestions in this and this thread for how I could have maybe done it myself!

I'm not using 32GB class10 Patriot SDHC cards bought in Fry's Electronics again, and I am going to look at upgrading to a newer camcorder with a function to record to 2 SDXC cards at the same time.

$128 RK3066 1280×800 10.1″ ultra-slim and light Dual-Core Cortex-A9 tablet by Alldocube Technology and Science Co Ltd

Posted by Charbax – April 16, 2012

Let me know in the comments if you'd like me to try to organize a group buy of this device.


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