Peggy, of Somy http://www.somytec.com/en/product/index.asp takes us around their booth, specializing in Wi-Fi digital photo frames and tablet devices. The conversation delves into their product range, focusing on the Wi-Fi digital photo frames, their popularity, and competitive pricing.
Peggy introduces the Wi-Fi digital photo frame, highlighting its utility as a social media platform that allows users to share pictures with ease. The product’s increasing demand and affordability in the market are noted.
The discussion centers on the 10-inch Wi-Fi digital photo frame, which stands out for its IPS display and touch screen functionality. The affordability and connectivity of this device are emphasized.
Pricing details for the 10-inch photo frame and the larger 32-inch version are provided, making the latter suitable for hanging on walls and catering to individuals with visual impairments, especially the elderly.
The interview transitions to tablet devices, with a focus on the LTE 10-inch model. Peggy highlights the specifications, such as the MediaTek (MTK) processor and the “unicircle.” Both the MTK and uniso variants are considered good options for customers, with slight price differences.
Further discussion touches on a tablet with LTE capabilities, offering a memory of 4GB RAM and 64GB storage, coupled with a 5,000mAh battery and camera specifications. The pricing for this model is disclosed.
The conversation highlights the company’s global reach, serving customers in various countries, including Venezuela, Peru, India, Switzerland, and more. The availability of products worldwide is emphasized.
Peggy mentions the most budget-friendly tablet in their product lineup, the 7-inch model, and compares the advancements in tablet technology over the last decade. Tablets have become faster and more competitively priced, appealing to a broader user base.
The interview briefly touches on the company’s manufacturing facility in Shenzhen, which boasts over 100 workers. The company’s longevity, having been established more than 18 years ago, is highlighted, and its growth from a young enterprise to an established player is acknowledged.
The conversation closes with a mention of protective cases for tablets, Bluetooth products, and an exploration of the Frameo platform, an application with Danish origins. Peggy’s insights provide a comprehensive look into the products offered by the company, their competitive edge, and their evolving journey in the tech industry.
Filmed at the Hong Kong Electronics Fair using my Panasonic G9 (I would like to update to the G9ii) with 12-60mm Leica https://amzn.to/3ZXlPDQ and the Saramonic Blink500 ProX B2R https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL7xXqJFxvYvi1DeQspd43hydxLddBjU8Z text by chatgpt