Netronix offers and accurate digital inking experience. Netronix electronic Notepads offer a digital notetaking experience. The digital notepad runs on an Android based system. The notepads have a black and white 13.3″ 1200×1600 e-paper screen. The digitizer is based upon walltop passive digitzer technology. The digital notepad sells for $520 for a minimum of 3000 Units. Netronix also makes a 6.8″ model with a 1440×1080 resolution. The 6.8″ models sells for $135 for a minimum of 3000 pieces.
TechNexion is a Taiwanese company under European Management with own manufacturing facilities in Taipei, Taiwan. Florian Wohlrab, Marketing manager at TechNexion shows us around their booth at COMPUTEX 2016. The first thing to see is their tiny Modules which pack an ARM based NXP i.MX6/7 CPU (UltraLite/Solo/DualLite/Dual/Quad) with RAM, Memory and WiFi on just 36mm x 40mm. They are also the only one running a NXP i.MX7 live demo at their booth. The NXP i.MX7D is with 2x Cortex-A7 and a Cortex-M4 this a tiny, ultralow power, that can be used for vending machines, industrial applications or generic headless systems. TechNexion is also committed to the open source EDM standard for ARM Modules. Their boards are fit for Digital Signage, rugged industrial Applications and many more. Technexion can scale up to the NXP i.MX6 QUAD Plus, which will be available shortly. They also have some cool ARM bassed systems like their BoxPC the TEK Series. This Box PC’s have MiniPCIe slots with SIM-Card holder inside and also M.2 Slots for memory upgrade. Technexion also supports USB Type-C and for automation a VGA connector as well a HDMI to fit it for Digital Signage as well. Inside is a modular system which allows you to switch e.g. Power input between 12V/24V/10~30V/PoE (Power over Ethernet). TechNexion HMI series ranges from 7” to 10” and 15” again with NXP processors. All the Software is freely available on their website with no need to register.
Onyx shows the latest BOOX ebook reader series at HKTDC Fair.
Onyx Boox Max is an ebook reader features with 13.3’’ flexible E Ink display at 1600*1200 resolution, powered by freescale iMX6 Quad-core ARM Cortex-A9, 1GB RAM, 16GB Flash on board, support up to 32GB micro SD card. It runs Android4.0, compatible with almost 3nd party Android apps, support up to 15 kinds TEXT format including PDF,DOC,TXT, HTML, EPUB etc, Pictures like JPG, PNG etc. It comes with a nice aluminum magnesium casing and electromagnetic touch support hand-writing, drawing, notes-taking by digital pen. The battery life up to 4 months with 4000mAH build-in battery. Suggest retail price around $700, start shipping around May 2016. Onyx also show Boox N96 features with 9.7’’ Eink display powered by freescal Imx6 runs Android 4.0, retail price around $400.
You can contact Onyx here: (let them know if you watch this video)
Andreu Coll Rovira, Marketing Representative
Demonstrate ODP IPSec ESP protocol offload advantages over standard algorithm-oriented crypto API. Core utilization is measured for a given traffic load using standard odp_ipsec application and an ESP offload enhanced version of the same application (odp_ipsec_proto_ Benefits of significant core utilization decrease and simpler application code are demonstrated.
Toradex shows their upcoming Freescale i.MX7 based System on Module (SOM). The module is pin compatible with the existing Toradex Colibri Modules based on i.MX6, Vybrid, PXA and Nvidia Tegra. The i.MX7 is a heterogeneous asymmetric multicore system including a Dual-core ARM Cortex-A7 and a ARM Cortex-M4 microcontroller for real-time. The Toradex computer module will be available at the official i.MX7 launch early next year. Also first time in public, Toradex shows Microsoft Windows 10 IoT Core on an ARM based SOM which is designed to be used directly in volume. The module is based on a Nvidia Tegra 3 which is pin compatible with the I.MX7 and provides a fully HW accelerated DirectX driver.
1 million 11 year olds in the UK will receive the BBC microbit when they come back to school after the Christmas holiday in January 2016, they can use it to get started with programming and hacking with hardware. BBC micro:bit runs on Nordic Semiconductor nRF51822 16MHz 32bit ARM Cortex-M0 microcontroller, Freescale Kinetis KL26Z – 48 MHz ARM Cortex-M0+ core, that includes a full-speed USB 2.0 On-The-Go (OTG) controller, used as a communication interface between USB and main Nordic microcontroller, Freescale MMA8652 3-axis accelerometer sensor,
Freescale MAG3110 3-axis magnetometer sensor to act as a compass and metal detector, 25 LED lights in a 5×5 array and Bluetooth technology, it is given for free to every child in year 7 or equivalent across the UK. You can read more about BBC micro:bit here.
Uyesee shows the Industry Board used for KTV, Digital Signage and Server based on Freescale, Broadcom, Hisilicons SOCs.The Freescale Board is good solution for Digital Signage, powered by Freescale I.MX6Q Quad-core ARM Cortex-A9, 1G or 2G RAM optional, 4G Flash or up to 32GB optional, Support OS including Linux, Android,and Ubuntu, with WiFi and 3G/4G module, 100M LAN, Build-in SATA HDD, with 3*HDMI 1.4 Port support up to 3 display. Uyesee have another Freescale industry board for server with Dual Giga-Lan and 4*USB port.
The Broadcom solution powered by Broadcom BMC7252 Dual-core ARM Cortex-A15, 2GB RAM, with SATA, USB3.0 port and Giga Bit Lan, with HDMI 1.4-in and HDMI 2.0-out support 4K@60fps H265, it can used for Digital Signage and 4K streaming player.
You can contact UyeSee here:
Ryan Jiang, Sales Director
Mobile:+86 186 8870 3923
LeMaker releases their $75 LeMaker HiKey development board, it’s powered by the HiSilicon Kirin 620 Octa-core ARM Cortex-A53 64bit CPU at up to 1.2GHz and high performance Mali 450MP4 GPU. It also has 1GBLPDDR3 DRAM (800MHz) and 8GB eMMC storage on board. The price is $75 for the 1GB RAM version and $99 for 2GB RAM.
The LeMaker HiKey board follows the Linaro LCG 96boards design specification, with the standardized expansion buses for peripheral I/O, display and cameras in the 96boards ecosystem, we have many add-ons to work on HiKey. LeMaker, as one of the LCG members will contribute more resources and technical support to 96boards community.
This video also features LeMaker Guitar on Actions S500 Quad-core ARM Cortex-A9, LeMaker Banana Pro on Allwinner A20 Dual-core ARM Cortex-A7 and LeMaker Piano on Freescale i.MX6Quad and Dual Quad-core and Dual-core ARM Cortex-A9.
Qualcomm shows their AllJoyn open source project part of the AllSeen Alliance Internet of Everything development platform featuring the Qualcomm QCA4002 on the GT202 reference design development board with Freescale Freedomboard, Renesas RX11 and STMicroelectronics Microcontrollers, as well as launching the very low power Qualcomm QCA401x Wi-Fi chip that includes a RTOS based Microcontroller to power end-point devices like light bulbs and home surveillance cameras to answer manufacturer demand for increased computing, memory, and advanced features while lowering size, cost, and power consumption.
Netronix show their latest E-ink display on Computex 2015, 13.3 inch E Ink display with 1200*1600 pixels resolution, Touch screen, handwriting input with stylish, build-in notepad with selectable background and ink mode(brush/pen/pencil ), with also Android 4.0.4 and Li-polymer battery 1500mAh.
Netronix also show their 6.8″ E Ink notepad with IR touch and pen input on Computex 2015.
For the payments processing market, for small stores, guest houses, restaurants, any merchants receiving payments can use this POS phone. Flyshark Fleet Technology Co.,LTD has developed a POS smartphone, they claim that this is the first mobile POS phone model with PCI Security Standard, suitable for super market cashier; delivery courier; traveler; financial services, can support Magnetic Card Reader; IC Card Reader; Contactless Card Reader, supports Security standards PBOC/EMVL1&L2; PCI Standard; POS terminal security certificate. The phone features 5″ display running on the MediaTek MT6582, 2GB RAM and 16GB Flash, 5.0M front/13.0M rear camera, android 4.4. The secure payments part runs on a Freescale K21 Kinetis ARM Cortex-M4 supporting Magnetic card reader: Integrated triple track (track 1, 2, 3), Contactless EMV, Dual PSAMs card and IC card reader: EMV L1 & L2.
You can contact Flyshark here:
Ms Mary, Sales Manager
Mobile: +86 13714507573
Phone: +86 755 89485250
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com
WhatsApp: +86 13714507573
Flyshark has Gaoxin as a brother company, established in 2009, where Flyshark focuses on R&D product development while Gaoxin focuses on the sales. They have created their brand” Flyshark” and “iLepo”. They have developed new products including the Flyshark keyboard (which I first filmed with them 6 months ago here), the Flyshark health smartwatch, Flyshark POS smartphone, the Flyshark massage mat and more.
Distributor can contact Flyshark here:
Ms Mary, Sales Manager
Mobile: +86 13714507573
Phone: +86 755 89485250
WhatsApp: +86 13714507573
pcDuino Acadia 1, powered by Freescale i.MX6 Quad processor with 1 GB RAM, 8GB eMMC, 2 SD card interface, 2 camera interface, other common ports, and Arduino hearders in order to connect Arduino shields to this Linux/Android board. It has IR receiver, up to 6 buttons. With Ubuntu 12.04 and Android 4.4 support for the board, as well as the usual API and development tools available for other pcDuino boards, you can read more about it here: http://www.linksprite.com/?page_id=829
You can contact the pcDuino team here:
Mobbile: +86 186 0272 9237
Mobile: +86 18664537463
The coolest product in the world is back, this time by Netronix, it’s their ultimate E Ink device, it has better specs than last year’s 13.3″ Sony E-reader device as it runs a faster i.MX6 Solo Lite Android platform, and it can be sold significantly cheaper than the $1000 Sony device. Netronix is right now looking for distributors around the world and they are still optimizing the weight and performance just a little bit more before releasing this ultimate note taking and document collaboration device. Hopefully it won’t be long and the ultimate Android APK for document notes real-time and deferred collaboration will be available, one that lets groups of lawyers collaborate on annotating a same court document, on that lets several students and teachers easily annotate and read large learning documents, one that easily enables note taking and stylus based creativity on top of text, in a connected way, as a side-kick to Laptop productivity. When this device is sold to mass markets below $500, even massively mass produced and sold below $300, things will change. For that E Ink also needs to drastically lower the price of the display, hopefully some big orders come in from Governments and from massively courageous brands who are ready to bring it to all people!