iView was founded in 2007, is a leading supplier of Pico-projector Optical Modules and a National High-tech Enterprises with modules widely used in projectors, mobile & wearable devices, HUD, advertising, 3D scanning and printing. With a worldwide market coverage, iView has established long-term relationship with many well known brands here demonstrating projectors sold in China from companies such as Alibaba, Xiaomi, JmGO, Xgimi and probably also many other from low cost devices to high end devices too which I have been filming over the past decade https://www.youtube.com/user/Charbax/search?query=DLP Also here showing some of their advanced new R&D designs they integrate DLP projection for AR, headmounted displays, heads up display, table touch, holographic view and more.
Category: HKTDC Electronics Fair
Shenzhen Podoor shows their newest DLP pico projectors from FWVGA to Full HD, eith lumens from 70 to 400, distributors can contact them for bulk order.
Put the fertilized eggs in this machine and they manage the incubation until the eggs hatch.
An overview of the new Onyx Boox Note2, with its new performance.
You can see behind the scenes as they show it to many Chinese media: https://youtu.be/91-ENuLUXzM
Onyx presents the new 10.3″ Note2 with Qualcomm Octa Core ARM Cortex-A53 platform, responsive, with front-light, battery effecient, probably the most optimized and the most advanced E Ink notepad in the world at the moment. And the new 13.3″ Boox Max3 also thinner, lighter, also running on the Qualcomm Octa-core platform on an Android 9 base.
The Zhiyun Weebill-S seems to be the best gimbal stabilizer on the market for small to medium sized mirrorless camera and lens setups, with direct digital compatibility with the cameras on the list at https://www.zhiyun-tech.com/weebills/en with all other camera and lens setups also compatible as long as their size and weight are within this compact and light gimbals physically supported limit.
Sandro Casiraghi presents https://www.padformusician.com/en/ based on the awesome Onyx Boox Max2 for a single or dual 97% of full A4 “like A4 paper” digital music notes reading experience, with a synchronized Bluetooth page turning pedal and Smartphone app. There are more than 1 million professional musicians in the world who potentially could benefit from this technology. This is made possible due to Onyx’s Android solution on their Boox E Ink e-reader platform, as this is enabled through Android. The two readers connect via Wi-Fi direct and the master reader connects with the pedal and Smartphone using Bluetooth. Thus far they have been reaching out to professional and amateur musicians to get their feedback. Onyx is bringing their whole E Ink e-reader range up to their new Quad-core 1.6Ghz ARM platform with smoother and faster page turns, faster and better Android support. Onyx shows some of their new 6″ e-reader designs including Boox Ligo, Boox Nova, Boox Poke that will come before the end of the year. While the 10.3″ Boox Note is awesome, it is probably not a large enough screen for the music reading market. The Boox 9.7″ Note S is newer and thinner and lighter too on their new faster platform too.
Interested distributors of the PadMu and potential e-Music reading customers can contact and read more about PadMu here:
Sunchip shows some of their latest products including their all-in-one AR system based on Rockchip RK3288, RK3399 board for digital signage. $58 Amlogic S912 TV box, $26 RK3126 HDMI Stick, $200 Apollo Lake Box. 360 panoramic camera. $7 single Smart Wi-Fi Plug, $11 for dual Wi-Fi plug.
Actions S900 is a Quad-core ARM Cortex-A53, the Actions S500 is a Quad-core Cortex-A9. Actions also shows some other products for video smart speaker, smart door bell, smart kids robots, Actions also provides their MIPS based chipset for Bluetooth speakers, here also they are launching their new ATB1103/ATB1109 ARM Cortex-M0 system for their upcoming Bluetooth and perhaps also low cost smart speakers platform.
The ThiEYE t5 is a remote controlled action camera with video quality comparable to a GOPRO Hero 5 with 4k/30fps recording. The T5 features a waterproof case and filter ands there are additional cases and filters as well. The price for the T5 is $100 – 150.
Onyx unveils the world’s first 13.3″ Flexible high-resolution E Ink Carta device, for the first time shown to the public, with an amazing 2200×1650 resolution, fast handwriting for annotations and notes, beautiful rendering of A4 documents, pdf, epub and any other formats compatible with e-readers on Android. This is just one of the whole range of E Ink Carta devices shown by Onyx, they also have 6″ devices, 6.8″, 9.7″ and the 10.3″ device and the 9.7″ ONYX Typewriter that I also filmed in this other Onyx video, ONYX also shows that it will be possible to mirror or extend a laptop display (or any other HDMI source) onto an upcoming 13.3″ ONYX device and also ONYX has an amazing 9.7″ ultra-light device with capacitive buttons in the works featured at the end of this video.
Onyx Typewriter has up to 25 days battery life in use (up to 50+ days battery life in standby according to Onyx), it is the world’s first E Ink Laptop. The screen can be perfect to type texts outdoors, during the day in the sunlight, in the park, on your boat, on your balcony, on the beach, to get some natural sunlight while doing work! Of course the E Ink Laptop cannot replace your existing laptop, this is why a smart UI is going to be required. Onyx Typewriter runs Android so a smart app/instance could potentially make this great.
Onyx 10.3″ BOOX Buddy from Onyx (at 7min27sec in this video) is one of the most amazing E Ink devices that I have even seen, amazingly light, thin, the E Ink display is flexible! Flush with the bezels, has a digitizer annotations support and capacitive touch, extremely beautiful and check how quick the stylus input is, it feels nearly like writing with a pen on paper!
These new awesome Onyx devices are two of the coolest new devices in the world. Here are just two, but there is more (check my other Onyx video featuring Onyx BOOX Max Carta 13.3″ 2200×1650 Flexible E Ink device here) could enter mass production and be released in the months to come, when they can be perfected for release. Hopefully the price for these will be affordable, that might depend on the popularity and demand for these special E Ink displays, as the highest cost of these devices is the E Ink display and E Ink prices their displays cheaply only if the volumes are going to be big enough.
The Ghost drone 2.0 is a completely mobile controlled drone that has no joy stick. The drone will take advantage of a smartphone’s motion sensor. The drone has a home button function to return to where it started. The Ghost Drone 2.0 offers 4k video recording at 25 FPS.
EziSmart is a company based in Norway with factories in Shenzhen. The EziSmart K1 is a range of keyboard cases that one can insert a phone into, to enable a hardware (non-QWERTY) keyboard. Targeted towards the elderly, the case can be flipped close to reveal an SOS button and four buttons for instant use. The company’s app displays the caller’s name in the open window on the case, with hardware buttons for picking up and ending calls. Their feature phone comes with a heart rate monitor, a pedometer and keypad with large keys.
This wearable features a piece of glass that allows for a 800x480px display for visual information from the Android v5.1 interface. The wearable comes in B2B and B2C versions costing US$480 and US$639 respectively. Demonstrated is the consumer model that features a capacitive touchpad on the body that allows UI control and recognizes taps. Battery life is rated at 2-4 hours of moderate to heavy usage and over 4 hours of light usage. There’s an 8MP camera, 32GB of storage, and a microphone integrated for voice commands.
The RFTECH smartwatch runs on Android 6.0 with a quadcore Mediatek MTK6580 processor and 3g connectivity. Price for the Mediatek MTK6580 model is not available. RFTECH also has other smartwatch models available in different price ranges.
The Coolux Q6 is an Android 4.4 Rockchip RK3126 based projector with a 0.3″ DLP lense which is able to project a resolution of 854×480 for 3 hours of battery. The Coolux Q6 sells for $165 for 100 pieces moq. Coolux also a motion controlled projector. Coolux sells 720p projectors for $230-260.
Woddon Toys makes the iConFly remote control;ed quadcopters which are controlled over wifi with Android or iOS devices. The quadcopters can be controlled with onscreen controls or motion sensing. Some models have built in cameras for things like live video recording. The larger white model sells for 399 USD, the smaller white model sells for 149 USD and the small yellow model sells 39 USD. Woddon also sells the HiRobot remote controlled vehicle for 149 USD.
Blueant is a Australian based maker of bluetooth audio products used by such brands as Garmin. Blueant bluetooth headphones and headsets are designed with fitness in mind and come in both on ear and in ear configurations. Blueant headphones and headsets are durable and sweatproof. The pump lite sells for 49 USD, the pump mini 2 sells for 89 USD, and the pump Soul sells for 119 USD.