The Toshiba Satellite ND15t offers a conventional laptop form factor with a touchscreen. Specs include a 11.6″ HD (1366×768) Touch screen, Intel Pentium or Celeron processors and a variety of full sized ports. Expect pricing to be around 399 Euro which would make it one of the cheapest touchscreen laptops on the market. Includes HDMI, USB 3.0, and an 802.11n Wi-Fi.
Here’s a cheap Allwinner A20 1024×600 tablet being sold by Luckystar Aoson for $53 each in bulk.
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The first product shown is a 7″ 1024×600 tablet with an unspecified dual core MTK processor, built in 3g and storage options up to 32gb. The next tablet shown is a 10.1″ 1280×800 tablet with an unspecified dual core process (presumably from MTK). Wexler also makes a Tegra 2 based tablet with a 7″ IPS screen and storage up to 32gb. Wexler’s latest 7″ tablet has a Tegra 4 processor. Wexler also makes tablets for airlines. Wexler’s new product category was a smartphone. Wexler’s smartphone has a 5″ full HD screen, Quad Core Mediatek Processor, 13mp camera, and dual sim functionality. Wexler also sells a flexible unbreakable e-reader. Wexler doesn’t give away the bulk or retail pricing of any of their products. Wexler sells their products mostly in Eastern Europe.
The new E Ink Carta technology delivers a 50% increase in contrast over Pearl E Ink, 20% less reflections, Carta technology is now in the newest Amazon Kindle Paperwhite 6″ e-reader, and E Ink also shows the new Regal Wave Form technology which removes the need for full page refreshes allowing for faster refreshes for up to a hundred page turns when reading. E Ink also shows a smartwatch based on their flexible E Ink Mobius screen technology. E Ink Mobius screens are flexible and can be custom shaped enabling smaller new form factors. E Ink claims that the CST-1 watch is the thinnest watch in the world at .8mm thick. The E Ink watch amazingly gets a month of battery. Also here’s an A4 sized Mobius display. Sony has there own Mobius display based product designed for education with touch and active digitizer capabilities. E Ink Mobius screens due to their flexibility are much more durable than glass LCDs. Mobius screens currently use E Ink Pearl technology but could in theory upgrade to E Ink Carta. E Ink also shows electronic replacements for paper signs which is useful in retail outlets. Electronic signs enable real time price updates enabling much more accurate pricing which makes consumers more confident in a retailer. The electronic signs can last 5 years on a battery and in theory could operate without batteries.
Henry goes and sees LG Latest products such as mobile products including the LG GPAD and LG G2. Henry also looks at LG TV products such as the TV covered wall and as well various kinds of 4K and 3D televisions. You can subscribe to Henry’s own YouTube channel at: http://youtube.com/TechToThePeopleVideo and watch his other IFA Booth Tour videos:
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TCL demonstrats a 4K TV with pen touchscreen input support. The Large touchscreen allows for people to draw on it. The Pen uses a special sensor to interact with the screen. The TV is connected to a computer running Windows. For artists, education, business, no price yet.
Archos 50 Oxygen is the high-end MT6589T 5″ 1080p IPS phone from Archos, featuring two cameras, a 5mp camera on the front and a 13mp camera with dual LED Flash on the back. The targeted retail price is around $350€.
Archos shows latest products in their platinum range. The Archos 97 platinum features 2048×1536 IPS screen “exactly the same as in the latest iPad”. The Archos platinum range also has dual band wifi, a Quad Core RK3188 processor clocked at 1.6ghz with 2GB RAM. The Archos Platinum range has a aluminium shells rather than plastic. The 97 platinum will be priced in retail at around $300€. Archos platinum range also comes in 8″ (I think $200€ maybe $150€) and 10.1″ (probably at $250€).
Archos is showing the Archos 101 XS2 the successor to the Archos 101 XS thin 10.1″ tablet with keyboard dock. The Archos 101 XS2 has a 10.1″ 1280×800 “real full IPS” screen. Like the previous generation the 101 XS2 comes with its own keyboard cover, here included at the 250$/€ targetted retail price. Upgrade from last year’s dual-core OMAP4470 Archos 101 XS the XS2 uses a Quad-core ARM Cortex-A9 28nm HKMG Rockchip RK3188 CPU with Mali-400 GPU along side 2gb of ram.
Lenovo shows their latest range of 7″ Tablets, here’s the Lenovo S5000, one of the lightest at 247 grams, 7.9mm thick, quad-core MediaTek (MediaTek 8389 in the 3G model, MediaTek MT8125 in the Wi-Fi-only version), with a 1280×800 IPS screen, retailing at 199 Euro retail for WiFi version and 249 Euro for the 3G version. Lenovo also shows their other latest and upcoming tablets S1000, S3000 and more in this video.