Here’s a demohour.com “Chinese Kickstarter” project it sells for 498rmb ($79), you just strap an iPad mini sized tablet to it and shoot with the bluetooth machine gun remote controller that has feedback inside.
R.BOT presents a Telepresence Robot, just insert whatever Android device you want with USB Host support in it’s stand, phone or tablet, and your Android device becomes the brain and the display for this telepresence robot, which can drive around and extend or retract and turn it’s head based on either manual remote telepresence control or also by voice recognition, gesture recognition and autonomous algorithms and AI response. RBOT.COM R.BOT has Synergy Swan, Synergy Mime and R.BOT Mini, can be used at stores, restaurants, schools, shopping centers, trade shows and at companies who want to for example let the CEO remotely roam around the office.
Filmed at the HKTDC Hong Kong Electronics Fair (Spring Edition) 2014
Topwise uses IPS + OGS Touch Panels for high-end, 5″ qHD/720p/FHD using the Broadcom BCM23550 Quad-core ARM Cortex-A7 with Broadcom’s VideoCore425 GPU. Broadcom comes with dual-WiFi 5Ghz and using Broadcom’s modem. Topwise also shows the 3G single-core Spreadtrum SC7715 single-core ARM Cortex-A7, perhaps the cheapest 3G phone in the world. Topwise ships 800K phones per month with more than 1300 people in their factory. They also have the EDGE Spreadtrum SC6925C single core ARM Cortex-A5. Topwise also uses Broadcom BCM23550 in their 3G dual-sim Tablet with 1024×600 IPS 1GB/8GB. Broadcom thus here shows with Topwise how they are trying to aggressively compete with MediaTek for the entry-level Smartphone market, providing strong multi-core performance with some advanced SoC features integrated.
Goolan shows their latest set-top-boxes. Most of Goolan’s set-top-boxes are powered by AmLogic chipsets. Set-top-boxes shown here are powered by different chipsets generations of AmLogic like S802, S805, S812, M3 and MX. Android smart box with AmLogic S805 chipset costs $40 for MOQ 1K which is their cheapest quad-core smart box. Some of their smart boxes have DVB support and some others have a disc reader that can read discs directly from the device. Goolan is based in Shenzhen and sells more than 50000 smart box units per month.
Goclever shows their latest Intel powered ipad-mini style tablet, the INSIGNIA 785 PRO. The INSIGNIA 785 PRO is powered by a 2.0Ghz dual-core Intel Atom Z2580 CPU, has a 7.85″ 1024 x 768 resolution IPS display and costs 199 euro. The other Goclever Intel tablet introduced in this video is an 10.1″ tablet powered by Intel Processor. The tablet comes with a magnetic detachable origami-style case with keyboard and touchpad.
Huawei is working on making an innovation interface concept for set-top-boxes and Smart TV solutions. Huawei already has many set-top-boxes in the market with standard User Interface design but they are planning to integrate this new technology to beyond coming devices. Users may have the ability to switch different content for different ages and groups of people easily. This software interface is mainly targeted for set-top-box solutions but has similar design for mobile devices since it is generally based on android. You can stream content from the TV or Android Box to the smartphone or vice versa. The design concept is still in its first steps and is the main user interface for the set-top-box and its based in Android operating system but it can be done also over Linux-based or general web-based.
Vipstech introducing their newest Android Projectors. One of the Android Projectors uses DLP projecting technology, has a 800 x 480 projecting resolution and costs $215. This android projector can be controlled by an air mouse or a normal mouse. Another Android projector with higher specs and bigger size emits light with higher capacity and has a 1280 x 800 projecting resolution. This android projector can be controlled by a touchpad which is located at the top of the device and this android projector costs $600. Vipstech also makes power banks and tv boxes.
Zivi is a ShenZhen based company that makes smartphones and tablets. Zivi 3.5inch, mt6572 dual-core costs $36 for MOQ 10K. One of hottest products for the moment is their octa-core smartphone with 5inch FHD screen sold for $118. They are showing here their Broadcom line. There are a bunch of cost-efficient smartphones and tablets in different sizes powered by Broadcom chipsets. Zivi sells around 300,000 to 500,000 units per month.
pcDuino is an Allwinner A20-based development board targetted at education and hackers, it can run Android and Ubuntu among other. It has HDMI, Wi-Fi, 1GB RAM, 4GB Flash, and hardware headers interface compatible with Arduino (14xGPIO, 2xPWM, 6xADC, 1xUART, 1xSPI, 1xI2C). pcDuino can be used to teach Python, C and other things. pcDuino provides a Maker Space in Shenzhen where hackers and enthusiasts can come to hack some things based on the pcDuino. The pcDuino team will also be releasing an Allwinner A80 based development board in May. You can learn more about it at http://pcduino.com and http://learn.linksprite.com