Category: HKTDC Electronics Fair

AAPPAA 5″ Quad Core MB-501, 5″ Quadcore MB-500 Smartphones, and 6″ Dual Core MID-600 Phablet


AAPPAA is a Shenzhen based technology company founded in 2005 that makes mobile devices and accessories. AAPPAA makes 300,000 phones per month and employs 200 people in their factory. AAPPAA’s main market is south Africa. AAPPAA makes a quad core MTK 6582 5″ QHd (960×540) smartphone called the MB-501. The MB-501 costs 96 USD for 3,000 pieces. AAPPAA also makes the MB-500 a quad core MTK 6582 5″ QHD (960×540) smartphone. The MB-500 features a different design and sells for 84 USD for 3,000 pieces. AAPPAA makes a low end 6″ WVGA (800×480) phablet called the MID-600 with a dual core MTK 6572. The MID-600 sells for 62 USD for 1,000 pieces.

You can contact AAPPAA here (please only contact them if you are a serious importer bulk buyer, and you can tell them you saw this video):
Summer Liu, Sales Director
summer@aappaa.com
Skype: bobyin2020
Phone: +86 18123748816

Onyx Boox T68 1440×1080 Android E Ink E-reader


Onyx showing their new e-readers line called Boox. The new Boox readers come in different screen sizes. One of them has 6.8″ e-ink display with 1440 x 1080 resolution, is powered by Freescale i.MX6 and runs Android 4.0. Another one has a 9.7″ e-ink display with 1200 x 825 resolution that runs Android 4.0.

You can watch my previous Onyx videos here: R&D Headquarters Tour (2, 3, 4, 5, 6)

Filmed at the HKTDC Hong Kong Electronics Fair (Spring Edition) 2014

You can Contact Onyx International (please only for serious buyers/importers worldwide):
Kim
Onyx International Inc.
Skype: Onyxkim
www.onyx-international.com
kim@onyx-international.com

Uni Art Phone Cases


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

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$131 5″ HD MT6592 octa-core, $58 4.7″ MT6572 and more from Bright Future


Bright Future shows their smartphones. 5″ qHD MT6582 smartphone costs $94. Smartphone with 4.7″ qHD MT6572 costs $78. One with 4.7″ FWVGA and MT6572 costs $58. Another one with MT6592 octa-core and 5″ HD display costs $131. Bright Future sells around 30K units per month.

Filmed at the HKTDC Hong Kong Electronics Fair (Spring Edition) 2014

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$60 4.7″ MT6582 and $15 Bluetooth Headphones from Daza


Daza shows their products at their booth. They make a wide range of products like headphones, smartphones, car DVRs and in-car navigation systems. A pair of bluetooth headphones with more than 10 hours of battery life costs $15. Smartphone with 4.7″ screen and MT6582 CPU costs around $60-$70.

Filmed at the HKTDC Hong Kong Electronics Fair (Spring Edition) 2014

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$32 Smartwatch, $28 Smartbracelet and more from Zhengfang


Zhengfang is a ShenZhen-based company that makes smart wearables like smartwatches, smartbracelets and other products like power banks. An interesting bluetooth bracelet can get connected with a phone and can be used to manage phone calls and get other information right from the bracelet. It vibrates and plays sound when the phone receives phone call. This device costs $28. Another product is a smart watch that costs around $32 and offers a remote camera capturing function that allows recording videos or capturing photos right from the watch. A smartwatch that offers 2G connectivity, SD card memory slot, powered by Mediatek chipset and running some proprietary operating system, costs $74. They have planned on making android smartwatches soon.

Filmed at the HKTDC Hong Kong Electronics Fair (Spring Edition) 2014

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$45 Smartwatch and Power Bank from Polobands


Polobands shows their $45 Bluetooth smartwatch to play music, send messages, make phone calls and capture photos or video. It runs on Java-based operating system, the company is planning to make Android soon. Polobands also make power banks. These power banks have a jewelry look because they have Swarovski crystals and come in different colors. The power banks have a capacity of 6000 mAh and cost aroud $58.

Filmed at the HKTDC Hong Kong Electronics Fair (Spring Edition) 2014

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$55 MT6572 Smartwatch, $48 7″ Kids Tablet from Akstron


Akstron shows their Rockchip and Intel tablets, $103 educational tablet, $48 7″ kid tablet, $55 MT6572 smartwatch. Akstron sells more than 200K units per month.

Filmed at the HKTDC Hong Kong Electronics Fair (Spring Edition) 2014

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$126 YQT Android Smartwatch, round-shaped LCD and E Ink Smartwatches coming also


YQT shows their upcoming displays at 2:20 including E Ink and round LCD that they will integrate within a month. YQT shows their MT6577 Smartwatches, GPS tracking (for tracking children), basic Smartwatches at sub-$40 and more.

Filmed at the HKTDC Hong Kong Electronics Fair (Spring Edition) 2014

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$128 Sungale Netchef Digital Kitchenware

Posted by – April 27, 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

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7″ A23 for $42 and other from Dafong


Dafong is a Chinese company that makes Android tablets. These Android tablet are primarly powered by Allwinner, Rockchip and Mediatek chipsets. A 7inch Allwinner A23 tablet costs around $42. Android tablet with 7.85inch 1024 x 768 resolution IPS screen and supposedly powered by Intel chipset costs around $86. Another new tablet from Dafong has 7.85inch 1024 x 768 resolution IPS screen and Allwinner A31S quad-core CPU. For prices and availability you have to contact Dafong. Dafong factory has more than 350 workers and they sell around 200K units per month.

Filmed at the HKTDC Hong Kong Electronics Fair (Spring Edition) 2014

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Phonejoy Play, sliding extendable Bluetooth Game Controller


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

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Good & Easy $4.3 blinking Sports Armbands, Bluetooth Speakers, Smartwatch


Good & Easy shows accessories for iPhone and Android, including a $4.30 (bulk) Sports armband with blinking lights for traffic safety, a $13 Bluetooth speaker, and a $27 Bluetooth watch.

Filmed at the HKTDC Hong Kong Electronics Fair (Spring Edition) 2014

You can contact the company here:
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Russian Robot Company rbot.com presents Android Telepresence Robot


R.BOT presents a Telepresence Robot, just insert whatever Android device you want with USB Host support in it’s stand, phone or tablet, and your Android device becomes the brain and the display for this telepresence robot, which can drive around and extend or retract and turn it’s head based on either manual remote telepresence control or also by voice recognition, gesture recognition and autonomous algorithms and AI response. RBOT.COM R.BOT has Synergy Swan, Synergy Mime and R.BOT Mini, can be used at stores, restaurants, schools, shopping centers, trade shows and at companies who want to for example let the CEO remotely roam around the office.

Filmed at the HKTDC Hong Kong Electronics Fair (Spring Edition) 2014

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Sunchip RK3288 HDMI Stick and Set-top-box


Shenzhen Sunchip shows their RK3288 based HDMI Stick and Set-top-box PCB, the hardware is ready, they just need another month or so for the software to be ready and optimized. We’re talking Quad-core ARM Cortex-A17 (according to Rockchip and posters), Mali-T674 GPU. Sunchip sells about 30K HDMI Sticks and Set-top-boxes per month. I will look for the Chrome OS based RK3288 HDMI Stick, check http://ARMdevices.net for news on that. You can also watch my videos filmed at the Sunchip HDMI Stick heaquarters in Shenzhen (2, 3, 4)

Sunchip RK3288 HDMI Stick

Sunchip RK3288 HDMI Stick Sunchip RK3288 Set-top-box Sunchip RK3288 Set-top-box

Filmed at the HKTDC Hong Kong Electronics Fair (Spring Edition) 2014

You can contact Sunchip here:
Kobe Chen
kobe@sunchip-tech.com
http://sunchip-tech.com

Shenzhen Tena RK3288 HDMI Stick


Shenzhen Tena shows the mockup for their upcoming RK3288 Quad-core ARM Cortex-A17 HDMI Stick. For now this is just a mockup, but the RK3288 HDMI Stick should get ready by around next month. With 2 USB Ports, IR remote control, MicroSD card. Shenzhen Tena will also provide a RK3288 based Set-top-box. Tena has a RK2928 Miracast dongle with 5Ghz WiFi. You can also watch my Factory Tour at Shenzhen Tena HDMI Stick maker filmed last year (2).

Contact info (please only contact them if you are serious about buying/importing large quantities of these devices):
Shenzhen Tena Ltd
http://www.sztena.com
Sales manager: Calvin Huang
calvin@sztena.com

Filmed at the HKTDC Hong Kong Electronics Fair (Spring Edition) 2014

Aprolink shows RK3168 SmartGlass


Aprolink is a Taiwanese company that is currently working on smart watch and smart glasses solutions. They are showing their new smart glasses along with a smart watch with a small OLED display. The smart glasses module is detachable that can be put on and off even in your prescription glasses. The smart glasses are powered by a Rockchip RK3168 CPU. The device has a HD micro display by Himax and runs Android 4.2. The smart glasses can be connected with other devices with its Bluetooth 4.0 and has a battery life expected up to 3 hours with its 500mAh battery. Aprolink smart glasses can be controlled by a touchpad that is located on the right side of the device and the retail price is expected to be under $500.

Filmed at the HKTDC Hong Kong Electronics Fair (Spring Edition) 2014

Ir Dr the Hon. Lo Wai Kwok, Chairman, HKTDC Electronics/Electrical Appliances Industries Advisory Committee

Posted by – April 17, 2014

Interview about the HKTDC Electronics Fair with Ir Dr the Hon. Lo Wai Kwok, the Chairman of the Hong Kong Electronics Industry Advisory Committee.

Filmed at the HKTDC Hong Kong Electronics Fair (Spring Edition) 2014

Pipo shows RK3288 Tablet, 6.4″ FHD MT6592 and more


Pipo P1 is one of the world’s first Rockchip RK3288 Tablets yet shown features Retina, , to be released perhaps as soon as the end of this month. Pipo also shows some Phablet 6.4″ FHD and other large MT6592 devices, PIpo also shows some Intel powered tablet and tablet with Surface-style keyboard.

Filmed at the HKTDC Hong Kong Electronics Fair (Spring Edition) 2014

Chrome OS on Rockchip RK3288 with Mali-T764 in Tablets, Set-top-boxes, shipping next month


Rockchip shows RK3288 Quad-core ARM Cortex-A17 in Tablets, booting Chrome OS (named Chromium OS when not Google certified), playing back H265 4K 60fp HDMI 2.0 10bit, extremely fast Mali-T764 GPU, mass production starts next month.

Filmed at the HKTDC Hong Kong Electronics Fair (Spring Edition) 2014