After successfully funding the first Flyshark foldable keyboard on Kickstarter in 2014 their Mobile-Phone-Sized, full-sized QWERTY keyboard supporting Android, iOS, Windows, the 1st version Flyshark foldable BT keyboard sold over 20,000 pcs. Here is Flyshark’s 2nd version foldable BT keyboard with a more fixed structure when unfolded so it’s usable on the laps, with better battery life up to 2 month when used every day, only 1 hour charging needed, the second generation Flyshark keyboard Bluetooth is automatically powered-on when opened. Flyshark also optimized the ID and mechanic design, also available in new different colors including Pink, white, black for keyboard; gold, pink, purple, white, black, silver for housing. The final mass production for this new foldable Flyshark keyboard is ready for August, minimum order quantity starts at 1K, at $5 more than the 1st version.
Finding good noise-canceling headphones out of Shenzhen factories is rare. Flyshark presents their affordable noise-cancelling headphones with Microphone. It has a nice in-ear design and a shiny circular metal surface on the earphone. There is a switch to turn on/off the Noise-Cancellation and an LED indicator on the Control Module Midway. This type of earphones is for listening to music, podcasts and to watch videos comfortably in airplanes, trains, buses, subways and any other crowded public place. They may reduce noise, I will soon test them to see how they compare with the expensive 1st–Class noise-canceling headphone brands like BOSE selling at over $300, JVC selling at over $150 and Sony. Huawei also has Noise-Canceling headphones priced at over $120 with 2 hours battery life. The Flyshark Noise-Cancelling earphones start selling at $30 with 8 hours of battery life. If the quality of the noise cancelation is good, Flyshark may have a best seller right here!
Flyshark shows their new sports camera using Actions SOC records 1080P with WiFi, streams video and photos to mobile phone, you can order starting from 1 unit with the iLepo brand name. The Flyshark $25 Bluetooth foldable keyboard, Ultra slim and light, special for smart phone and tablet. $69 Flyshark smartwatch, MT6261, GSM, Bluetooth. Supports Android, iOS, Bluetooth connection to smart phone. It got 700+ backers on kickstarter.
GCell shows an iPad keyboard powered by their photovoltaic device. The photovoltaic technology is based on DSSCs which operate efficiently at low light levels, such as indoor lighting. It is used in keyboards to negate the need to replace any batteries. See more about the technology and markets in this video. For more information see http://www.IDTechEx.com
Dr Jon Harrop and Rachel Gordon, analysts at IDTechEx, explain how unique software developed by IDTechEx shows the range of performance of different 3D printing technologies from 208 3D printer suppliers. This identifies unmet needs/gaps in the 3D printer market, by technology type and other parameters. There is also huge innovation in materials used for 3D printing – and still big needs. IDTechEx have also found that 3D printer projects on Kickstarter have raised almost $20million to date. Learn more at www.idtechex.com.
The Paper Battery Company develops super capacitors with very high energy and power density and flexible form factors. These devices recharge very quickly, and hold enough energy to take care of peak performance usage. The form factors that they are developing give designers more choices and options on how to fit power in previously unusable spaces. Applications for the Paper Battery technology range from mobile wearable devices to backup power in computing. They have two product lines that meet a varied set of needs, in all cases they can relieve battery anxiety, improve performance, and enable smaller, lighter products and reduce costs for the customer.
Fuffr is a company based in Stockholm, Sweden. Fuffr is a smart iPhone 5s case that can offer users an interesting additional feature like motion tracking other than protecting the phone. Fuffr has its own sensors that help it track all sorts of movements made on a surface on the sides of the phone, and sends information back to the phone by Bluetooth. The technology can be used to improve games and other apps, allowing users to control their devices without touching the screen.
Flyshark is now on Kickstarter, it is the lightest, slimmest, full-sized foldable bluetooth keyboard on the market. Folded, the keyboard is close to a Samsung Galaxy Note3 in size. The Flyshark foldable keyboard has special X structure keycap, super slim edging and Alumnium alloy case with unbreakable “space material”. The weight is just 130g. The Flyshark Bluetooth keyboard supports Android, iOS, Windows adopting Broadcom chipset 3.0 with super-low power consumption.
Singapore based Gajah International has designed a superior Bluetooth Speaker to compete with bluetooth speakers such as the ones from Jawbone and Beats at less than half of the price at a retail price around $80 to $90.
You can contact Gajah here:
Mobile: +86 13925259985 http://gajah.com.hk
Meetion has a device that lets you send music to speakers from devices connected through a wifi network. The device works with both Android and iOS. The wifi player sells for 15 USD in bulk. So far Meetion has sold 10,000 wifi music players a month. Meetion also sells a wireless charger for 7 USD.
The Cuptime provides you accurate information about every liquid you pour into the cuptime. The cuptime can come up with the best times to drink water and what amount to drink. The cuptime also has an Android app to be used along side it.
Uni showing their art phone cases. They have a wide range of art phone cases with different designs. These cases are available for brand phones and tablets from Samsung, Apple and other companies. Uni is trying to promote artists that make these designs. These artists include Britto Romero from Brazil, Alexander Zakharov from Russia, Jieun Park from South Korea, Mari Kim from South Korea, Sonya Fu from Hong Kong and Olga Tobreluts from Russia.
Filmed at the HKTDC Hong Kong Electronics Fair (Spring Edition) 2014
Sungale shows their latest products. Sungale is a Shenzhen based company that was founded in 2004. Their latest product is called Netchef. The Netchef is a kitchen recipe reader developed by Sungale that is powered by Android, features a 1024×768 8inch touchscreen and is powered by a dual-core CPU. Netchef costs $128 for wholesale and $269 retail price. This kitchen cooking companion comes preloaded with over 500 recipes and has 4GB of internal memory and up to 32GB of external expansion memory ability that can be used to store your own recipes, pictures and videos. Sungale Android tablet with dual-core RK3066 and 7inch IPS display costs $59. Sungale also makes Smart TV Boxes, Android Tablets, Power Banks, Bluetooth Speakers, Wifi Digital Photo Frames and other products.
Filmed at the HKTDC Hong Kong Electronics Fair (Spring Edition) 2014