GPD shows their design of a Gamepad with the Rockchip RK3288 inside, samples are ready, mass production starting now. The price can be about $90 (bulk) with the 1024×600 display. GPD has been making Android Gamepads, 4″ and 7″ for portable Gamepads, they also develop the Android Set-top-box for gaming as a games console. GPD develops the key mapping Android software layer. The future of gaming on Android is going to be huge.
You can contact GPD here (please only contact if you’re a serious distributor):
GPD (HK) Company Limited
Shenzhen GPD technology Co.,LTD
Kelvin Zhang, Sales Director firstname.lastname@example.org
Mobile: +86 18603037717
Phone: +86 755 26012425-619
Phone: +86 755 26012425-628
Skype: kelvinzhang555 http://www.gpd.hk
Savino makes a car that can be controlled by an iPhone that has camera functionality built in. Savino robots have a limited battery of 8 minutes and sells for 40 Euro. Savino also makes a dedicated remote control robot without smartphone connectivity that sells 149 Euros.
Slap it onto your wrist, and your movements turn into sounds through bluetooth to your smartphone/tablet. Successful on Kickstarter, it has over 30 sounds on the app thus far, you can play air drums, you can sword fight, you can shoot, you can throw ninja weapons or make some magic in the air.
Motion Device is a Korean company that works on motion devices solutions. Their main market is China and southeast Asia. They are showing here at Shenzhen Electronics Fair a device that combines hardware robot arms with game software algorithm to provide a great gaming experience. The game software algorithm can be custom attached with the hardware to be able to play any game. The game that is being played at this demo is a car racing game called DIRT 2. The game runs on a Windows desktop PC that has its board built-in on the device. This device can used commercially on entertainment parks and costs around $23,000.
You can contact Motion Device here:
Address: 131 Gyeonggi Industry University Cooperation Bldg. 237, Sangidaehak-ro, Siheung-si, Gyeonggi-do, Korea 429-793
Tel: 82 70 4025 1516
Mob: 82 10 7766 9605
Website: www.m-d.kr Members only: The business card for this company is here[/s2If]
Transtar showing their latest devices. An Android gaming tablet with custom-built key buttons around the casing specially built for gaming features a 7inch 1280×800 resolution display, 1Gb of RAM and an Actions 7021 dual-core CPU costs around $50 for MOQ 1K. A tablet with 7.95inch display and a MTK8382 quad-core CPU costs around $110. A 7inch 3G tablet with MTK8312 dual-core CPU costs around $60.
Latest android game box X8 with unique remote control and joystick from MeLE, it comes with 2G DDR3 RAM and 8GB ROM. It is powered by Allwinner A31 chipset and PowerVR SGX 544MP2. It comes with latest new shinning red casing and WiFi allowing you to enjoy games on TV at home. MeLE has already tuned and made 100 games compatible and workable on MeLE X8, they will keep working on that and will invite developers to support and benefit from it. For only 69 USD retail price, shipping since the end of June.
You can contact MeLE directly here:
OEM & ODM Brand for Android Tv Box, Air Mouse, HDMI Dongle:
Contact: Tina Zhang Email: email@example.com Skype: tina.zhang703
Contact: Coco Jiang Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Skype: melecoco
Distributor & Reseller for MeLE Brand of Android Tv Box, Air Mouse, HDMI Dongle:
Contact: Gennie Peng Email: email@example.com Skype: apvell091
Contact: Isaac Long Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Skype: isaac_520320
Phonejoy Play got funded on Kickstarter. Phonejoy game controller is a bluetooth game controller for Android and iOS devices. The Phonejoy game controller lets you play your favorite games on your Android phone, tablet, PC, iCade and OUYA with real physical control buttons. The gamepad’s spring-loaded expansion mechanism has 12 chrome-plated steel springs that keeps devices secured and flexes really well offering the ability to use it with a huge number of devices including tablets with 10.1inch screen or small devices with 3.5inch screen. This controller has a great ergonomic design that fits everybody’s hand and gaming style. The buttons are catchy and the surface has a soft touch feel. It can be used with with devices in landscape and portraid mode. Phonejoy game controller can connect with PC computers to play games, supports iOS and Android devices and uses bluetooth 2.1 technology to connect with devices. The game controller comes only in black but is coming soon on white too. The Phonejoy game controller basic bundle costs $69.90 and is sold via their website: www.phonejoy.com. Phonejoy actually won 2 prizes at the HKTDC Electronics Fair.
Filmed at the HKTDC Hong Kong Electronics Fair (Spring Edition) 2014
Here’s a demohour.com “Chinese Kickstarter” project it sells for 498rmb ($79), you just strap an iPad mini sized tablet to it and shoot with the bluetooth machine gun remote controller that has feedback inside.
MiiPC by zerodesktop is a desktop computer, media center and gaming hub all in a single device. Running on the dual-core Marvell Armada 1500 Plus with Gc100 GPU, 2GB RAM (1GB on basic model), 8GB built-in eMMC Flash (4GB on basic model) expandable via SD slot and 3xUSB 2.0 Host ports, WiFi-N, Ethernet, Bluetooth 4, speaker jack. They have developed web-based and app based parental control systems, MiiP Web app center, and the user interface of their customized Android is optimized for the desktop user experience. The idea for the MiiPC is for this to be a cheap desktop for children to use in the home while it being managed by the parent. You can buy it here: MiiPC basic 1GB RAM 4GB Flash and MiiPC Premium 2GB RAM/8GB Flash MiiPC here. The MiiPC was launched as a kickstarter project that sold for over $175 Thousand dollars: http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/2102024857/miipc-power-to-the-parents
Nvidia launches Tegra K1 with quad-core ARM Cortex-A15 and their 192-core Kepler GPU, now bringing DX11, OpenGL 4.4 PC-class gaming to ARM Powered devices. Nvidia now claims that most x86 PC games can be ported over to their Kepler ARM platform relatively easily. They will release a dual-core 64bit Denver version of Tegra K1 later during the year. This video also includes parts of the CES 2014 Nvidia CEO Jen-Hsun Huang keynote which you can also see the full official video below.
Mele shows off 4K video playback on their Linux (not yet Android based) Allwinner A31 quad-core ARM Cortex-A7 Set-top-box. Playing back specific codecs, bitrates, framerates, 30fps for now. Mele also shows OTT video-on-demand support. Mele also shows their new Telechips dual-core ARM Cortex-A9 with full multimedia playback including the Blu-ray ISO files support, thus supporting all the video playback.
ARM works with the ecosystem to support the game developers to take optimally advantage of the ARM Mali Graphics, GPU Compute. ARM is to be in the core of the future of Gaming. Already dominating in Smartphones and Tablets, most Smart TVs and Set-top-boxes also use ARM, most of them are becoming Home Consoles now also, quickly closing the gap with home consoles (from Nintendo/Sony/Microsoft). In the very near future, we will probably see most high-end video games running on ARM Powered devices. Here showing the Unity Engine running at 1080p smoothly at full framerates on Exynos5420 with ARM Mali-T628 with OpenGL ES 3.0. Working closely with developers, working closely with Google collaborating on the tools for development of advanced video games. Supporting the most advanced video-games on the latest Android.
Archos releases the Archos Gamepad 2 ($199/179€ MSRP) on Rockchip RK3188 Quad-core ARM Cortex-A9 28nm HKMG 1.6Ghz, with 2GB RAM, 8GB or 16GB Flash storage (perhaps more storage options to be available for people who want to store many Android games on built-in Flash storage and not on MicroSD?), 1280×800 super high quality IPS display, new improved Gamepad buttons, new improved design compared to Archos Gamepad from last year (2, 3, 4), 5000mAh battery for long enough battery life, Mini-HDMI output, USB host/slave, Bluetooth (nice for controllers too when connected to HDTV). Basically this is better than a portable open Ouya. The future of Android gaming is nice. If I do get the chance to test the device for a bit, let me know what I should test on it. Should I test certain emulator performance such as N64? Dreamcast? Which games?