I have been enthusiastic about the 13.3" ultra-light flexible E Ink Mobius based e-readers since I filmed the Sony DPT-S1 in January 2014 here: http://armdevices.net/2014/01/19/e-ink-booth-tour-at-ces-2014-sony-dpt-s1-smartwatches-wall-clocks-and-more/ and from Netronix in January 2015 and in June 2015. The folks at Goodereader are teaming up with a supplier to get the 13.3" E-reader available to Indiegogo backers for about $699 a piece at https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/13-3-inch-android-e-reader/x/585198#/ I believe that the 13.3" E Ink E-reader form factor can be totally awesome, especially if real-time multi-user collaborative apps become very user friendly on this user interface.
Crowdfunded at https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/nexdock-the-world-s-most-affordable-laptop--2/x/585198#/ NexDock used ARMdevices.net's $500 Shenzhen Sourcing service and probably a lot of the ideas that I have been posting on this blog since before 2012 before launching the idea on Indiegogo. NexDock is an Empty Laptop 14" concept, with HDMI input to use the Empty laptop's display from any device with HDMI output, then with a Bluetooth keyboard and mouse to then control that same device as long as it has Bluetooth support. The device can be any Smartphone with MHL, Slimport, USB Type-C MHL or DisplayPort output, it can be any HDMI Stick, Development boards can also work. The Empty Lapdop Dock can also charge any device using one of its USB charging ports, I guess with 2A power output.
Now available for $137 at https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/riley-your-smart-and-mobile-companion/x/585198#/ the retail price will be $229 and distributors can buy it at $78 for 1 thousand pieces minimum order. It moves around quite smoothly and fastly, works on carpets too, can climb over small obstacles, it can get back up if it fall over on its side. They have nice app features such as taking pictures, video, night-vision, "wake up on movement", go back to charger home. They might add more functions like room mapping/memory, follow function, "automatic roaming security guard" and more.
Rockchip RK3399 is Rockchip's first big.LITTLE processor, 64bit ARMv8, on 28nm with two large ARM Cortex-A72 cores and 4 small ARM Cortex-A53 cores, with ARM Mali-T864 GPU, it features dual USB Type-C with DisplayPort audio-video output support, H265/VP9 10bit 60fps HDMI 2.0 decode, PCI-e, 8 channel microphone array and support for the latest Android, Linux, Chrome OS and Windows 10. The RK3399 SDK is available to Rockchip's partners with sampling of the chip starting before the end of this month, full mass production in consumer electronics should happen in the 3 months of July to September 2016, depending on Rockchip's mass production device partners reaching stable results with the chip. Rockchip may position RK3399 as a mass market well priced Hexacore 64bit platform.
MeLE StarCloud PCG60plus is Mini PC with very full aluminium tooling, powered by Intel Cherrytrail 64bit Quad-core Intel Z8300, 2GB RAM, 32GB Flash, runs official Windows 10, it comes with 2pcs USB3.0 port, micro-SD card reader, Giga bit Lan port, HDMI port and VGA out port. Dual band WiFi and Bluetooth4.0, pre-installed 8 languages windows 10 OS, Retail price at $149 freeshipping on aliexpress now.
You can contact MeLE here:
Mason Tong, Sales Director
Mobile: +86-132 6816 6362
Isaac Long, Sales Manager, Brand Developement for oversea market
Mobile: +86 186 7551 2024
Leo Owyang, Account Manager, OEM & ODM brand for oversea market
Mobile: +86 159 8952 0320
Headquarters office tour at LS VISION in Shenzhen, China, near university town, manufacturing CCTV, IP Camera, their latest special security camera is their LS-SPD5300, a 360degree Panoramic security camera with 5 lenses, merging every angle to form a 360degree surround video stream and recording. LS VISION makes IP Cameras that are all weatherproof, waterproof. LS VISION is looking for small to large distributors to ship their LS VISION CCTV brand worldwide.
You can contact LS VISION here:
Jenny Lee, General Manager
Mobile/Whatsapp:+86 138 2881 5727
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Zopo Speed 8 is going to be the first phone shipping with 10-core MediaTek X20, dual ARM Cortex-A72 + quad-ARM Cortex-A53 high clock speed and quad-ARM Cortex-A53 lower clock speed, runs stock Android 6.0, USB Type-C, 32GB Flash, 4GB RAM, white and black available for $279 on pre-order at http://www.zopomobileshop.com/369-zopo-speed-8-smartphone.html shipping by the end of the month or early next month. Zopo S Color 5.5 is 149€ and the Zopo S Color 5 is 129€ on MT6735 quad-core ARM Cortex-A53.
Orbital Composites aims to completely 3d print drones and satellites, here interviewed at 3D Printing USA. Orbital Composites has created new composite materials and 3D printer processes. The printer has a coaxial extruder. It can coat continuous fibers with a thermoplastic sheath. Carbon or copper fibers may be used to 3D print with. For more information, visit http://www.orbitalcomposites.com and http://www.IDTechEx.com
An interview with Powercast at the Energy Harvesting & Storage USA exhibition. Powercast is a designer and producer of embedded wireless power based on RF energy harvesting. Powercast's technology enables remote charging of micro-power devices using controllable wireless power, over distance, between one or more sources and multiple receivers. Devices with Powercast components can be designed for battery-free or battery-recharge operation, thereby eliminating disposable batteries. For more information see http://www.powercastco.com and http://www.IDTechEx.com
Interview with PolyIC at the Printed Electronics USA event. PolyIC develops and markets products based on the platform technology printed electronics. PolyIC offers products from the field Touch Sensors & Passive Devices. Touch Sensors & Passive Devices Touch Sensors based on the PolyTC® technology offer transparent, conductive and flexible possibilities for touch screens and capacitive keys in any variants. This technology also enables the setup of flexible circuit structures as passive devices for a variety of further applications. For more information see http://www.polyic.com and http://www.IDTechEx.com