MediaTek MT7621 + MT7615 + MT7615 aims to provide a good quality and ubiquitous wireless connection experience in a secure and reliable way, providing easy automatic setup (not even the need to enter the Wi-Fi password, just plug-and-play), Ban Steering, Roaming, Network Healing and Security. Filmed in 4K using Sony AX53
MediaTek shows what they claim is the world's fastest charging technology that they call MediaTek Pump Express 3.0, it uses USB Type-C, using any standard USB Type-C cable, it can charge a smartphone battery to 70% in 20 minutes; charging for 5 minutes allows for 4 hours of talk time. Mediatek claims Pump Express 3.0 is ready for mass production on MediaTek P20 SoC with their design for a new 5V/5A USB Type-C power adaptor. MediaTek claims to be the first to enable Direct Charge, which bypasses charging circuitry inside the phone and prevents device from overheating by routing the electrical current directly from the adaptor to the battery. MediaTek claims it is Ultra Safe, with 20+ protection mechanisms due to the high 5V/5A charging power.Filmed in 4K using Sony AX53.
Distributors/Brands can contact the MediaTek Pump Express 3.0 team here:
SY Lin, Sr. Manager
firstname.lastname@example.org (let them know you watched this video)
Michel Popovic, Chairman of AFELIM discusses printed electronics at the IDTechEx Show! in Berlin. Several of the organization’s members show off new developments in printed electronics, including GenesInk, Arkema PiezoTech, Ardeje, In-Core Systemes and others. AFELIM is the French printed electronics association. It represents the companies that do business in printed electronics in France. AFELIM represents every profession in the value chain.
Dr. Peter Harrop, chairman of IDTechEx interviews David Brown, CEO of BroadBit at the IDTechEx Show! in Berlin. David talks about BroadBit’s metallic sodium batteries, which provide nearly 2x the Wh/kg of lithium-ion batteries with the same volume density. BroadBit is developing revolutionary new batteries using novel sodium-based chemistries to power the future green economy. Filmed in 4K using the Sony AX53
BroadBit has invented and is commercializing a new type of metallic sodium battery in two families: Hi-Energy batteries with twice the energy per weight and Hi-Power batteries with ten times the power as todays lithium-ion batteries. BroadBits Hi-Power batteries can be fully charged in as little as 5 minutes. BroadBits batteries are made with abundant and cheap raw materials (e.g. table salt) and its manufacturing process is simpler than Li-ion. With these advantages, BroadBit expects its cost per kWh to be a third that of Li-ion when in mass production. Moreover, initial tests of the technology show no detectable degradation in battery performance over 600 cycles. This is because, unlike Li-ion, there are no side reactions, dendrite formation or mechanical stress due to ion intercalation.
These innovations, if BroadBit can turn them into mass production and meet their promises, could make mobile devices lighter, faster charging and longer lasting and will finally enable low-cost, high range and convenient electric vehicles including cars, buses, bikes and even electric air planes and bring about the long awaited post combustion era of transportation. BroadBit is now scaling production of its proprietary electrolytes, anodes and cathodes and is looking for partners worldwide to assemble batteries from its components.
Joysmart shows Point-of-Sale devices that come as an all-in-one package, integrating multiple functions and accessories. Here we see their flagship model with a 15” touchscreen and RK3188 chip, running Android or Windows (with an Intel CPU). It features 8 USB ports for accessories, two SCSI ports for peripherals, Ethernet (RJ-45) port, headphone and microphone jacks. The Windows version costs US$380 while the Android version sells for US$340. Another model on display features RFID tag recognition, barcode scanner, printer, and magnetic swipe card integrated into the main unit with dual displays, selling for US$310.
GSou shows Bluetooth speakers doubles as a clock with alarm, with a built-in rechargeable battery, bulk price at US$16. The more popular model on display is a patterned metal-clad unit that comes with a 12400mAh battery, bulk price at $22. The company even has on display speakers conforming to military standards that can survive rough usage including free-fall drops, bulk price at US$16.
Here is the JmGO booth tour at China Sourcing Fair, JmGO shows G1, P1, P2 on the trade show. JmGO View get $257K from Indiegogo campaign and now ready for shipping. You can buy JmGO View(P2) here: http://www.aliexpress.com/JmGO
Distributors can contact JmGO directly:
Pacha He, Overseas Sales Director
Mobile Phone:+86 13632711546 (also works with whatsapp)
Flyshark shows the new Android TV box iLepo M9 Plus powered by Amlogic S905 Quad core ARM Cortex-A53, runs Android 51 2GB RAM, 16GB Nand Flash, comes with private tooling, dual band WiFI 2.4G/5G and Bluetooth 4.0, Gigabit Lan, support 4K H.265 hardware decoding and KODI 15.2 & Add-ons Pre-installed. Price at $46 from 1pcs MOQ.
Distributors can contact FlyShark here:
Mary Ma, Sales Manager
Mobile: +86 13714507573
http://www.dhgate.com/iLepo M9 Plus
http://gaoxin-mid.en.alibaba.com/iLepo M9 Plus
$9.9 Vensmile MiraScreen Wire USB to HDMI cable for iPhone, $13.9 MiraScreen Wire+ C1 for iPhone and Andriod Phone
Vensmile shows the the new generation miracast dongle but with wired USB cable connecting with iphone and android phone here. C2 is powered by Actions 8252, support only iphone mirroring, bulk price at $9.9.
C1 is powered by Actions 8251 support both iphone and Android phone(above Android4.4), bulk price at $13.9.
Connected with standard USB power adaptors, C1 and C2 support charging the smart phone while mirorring.
You can contact Vensmile here: (Please let them know if you watch this video)
Cherry Mo, Sales Manager
Mobile: +86 18617132669 (works with Whatsapp/Wechat)