LED TVs, high-definition players and advanced A/V systems will lead consumer electronics exhibits at the China Sourcing Fair.
LED TVs, hybrid high-definition media players and upscale A/V systems will top the consumer electronics product exhibits at the China Sourcing Fair: Electronics & Components in Hong Kong. The world's biggest assembly of Greater China suppliers runs from Oct. 12 to 15 at the AsiaWorld-Expo.
TV buyers will be treated to a selection encompassing the latest innovations in technologies and designs. Among the notable releases are LED TVs. Suppliers will also be showcasing 19in LCD TVs with detachable DVD players, 22in models with iPod docks and 42in all-in-one PC TVs.
IP TVs with built-in HDDs and Wi-Fi capability will be displayed as well. Buyers will also find 32in game TVs with wireless joysticks.
Those looking for portable sets will be able to sample LCD types ranging in size from 2.8 to 7in. Such units are equipped with dual tuners, USB ports, card slots, touchscreens, cameras, video recorders, TV-out and optional GPS.
Many high-end A/V products will be unveiled during the show. These include wireless subwoofers and full-HD soundbars with HDMI, Ethernet and Wi-Fi connectivity. Multimedia projectors will pack extra home entertainment functions such as SD slots and integrated digital TV receivers.
Hybrid home media centers supporting full HD playback, digital TV reception, BitTorrent downloads, LAN/Wi-Fi, time-shift recording and TB HDD capacity will be available for viewing. Even matchbox-sized mini players are capable of 1920x1080 decoding, integrated flash memory and mini HDMI output.
Gaming enthusiasts will find a range of handheld gaming devices with 2 to 3.5in TFT displays. These double as portable media players.
Manufacturers will demonstrate 5 and 6in e-book readers with 8-level grayscale e-ink technology, text-to-speech, touch keys, FM radio, digital music player, photo slideshow and G-sensor.
Besides sampling the latest products and technologies, show visitors will be able to see up-and-coming electronic brands on display at the Brand Zone. The Conference Program will enable buyers to obtain sourcing insights from industry professionals, while the Ask the Experts will allow them to consult with import/export veterans.
The China Sourcing Fair: Electronics & Components is colocated with the China Sourcing Fair: Security Products and Korea Sourcing Fair: Electronics & Components.
Beelan Enterprise Co. Ltd
Bo Jue Tong Technology (SZ) Co. Ltd
Camsports (HK) Ltd
Chaozhou Sycco Development Enterprise Inc.
Coagent Electronic S&T Co. Ltd
Coupoint (Shenzhen) Ltd
Dongguan Goldyip Electronic Science & Technology Co. Ltd
Dongguan Siyoto Electronic Co. Ltd
Dongguan Xuya Industry Co. Ltd
Ceiling, PA, wall and surround sound speakers, integrated, personal sound and power amplifiers, speaker stands, and karaoke players are included in the company selection. These are shipped to North America and Asia. Models bear the Aepel brand.
Trading since 2001, Beelan offers more than 200 models of accessories for mobile phones, PDAs, e-book readers, iPads and iPods. These are made of materials sourced from South Korea, Taiwan, Turkey and Hong Kong, and are exported to North and South America, Europe, and South Africa.
The company manufactures products under the Beelan and Wowcase brands.
Emphasizing quality, ISO 9001:2000-certified Bo Jue Tong supplies cases for iPods, chargers for iPhones, mobile phone cases and novelties, and wired earphones following CC, CE, FCC and UL requirements. The company is supported by 500 workers, including 20 R&D members and 10 engineers.
The Hong Kong-based supplier exports to the US, Canada and Japan. It has two factories in Guangdong province, mainland China.
Camsports manufactures personal video recorders designed for filming extreme sports and outdoor activities such as motocross and car racing, paragliding, skiing, and mountain biking. Models follow CE, FCC and RoHS requirements.
The supplier conducts live tests on various racetracks in France, Belgium and Spain, including Dijon-Prenois, Magny-cours, Spa and Jarama.
Camsports was established in 2007.
Supported by more than 1,000 workers, including 50 R&D members and 30 engineers, and equipped with injection, tooling and professional cable processing machines, Chaozhou Sycco boasts in-house manufacturing capability. Its factory has a total area of 10,000sqm and is located in Guangdong province.
The supplier offers A/V cables and accessories for iPads, DVI and HDMI cable assemblies, electronic handheld games and accessories, joypads and USB cables.
Coagent offers car multimedia players, and headrest and in-dash DVD players. It boasts a 1,500-strong workforce, including almost 250 engineers and more than 90 product development officers.
The supplier has created models used in Buick Enclave and Mazda 6 cars. It is said to be the first to release in-car DVD players in China and holds over 50 patents.
Coupoint invests 40 percent of annual turnover in R&D. With an 18-member product development team and two engineers, the company releases two new models monthly to update its selection. Samples are completed within 30 days.
The supplier offers products under the Coolech brand and has a monthly capacity of 100,000 units. They have 1-year warranties and follow CE and RoHS requirements.
Dongguan Goldyip started manufacturing radio and cassette recorders in 1996, and has since expanded its selection with personal CD, VCD, MP3 and DVD players, and mini hi-fi systems. The company supplies the Goldyip, Dasom and Sobo brands. Its major customers include Sanyo Taiwan, India-based T-series and Dubai Geepas.
The Guangdong province-based company is supported by 4,000 workers, including more than 100 product development members and engineers.
Dongguan Siyoto, specializing in earphones, stays abreast of the latest trends and develops five new products monthly. It provides a 1-year warranty for all models, each of which is CE-certified.
Supported by 300 employees, including five R&D members and 10 engineers, the supplier accepts OEM orders and completes samples within three weeks.
Manufactured under the Invons brand, Dongguan Xuya selection includes computer speakers, headphones, clip-on and computer microphones, earphones for iPods, laptop coolers and surround sound amplifiers. These have FCC, CE and RTTE approval.
The Guangdong province-based supplier turns out roughly 2 million units every month. Among its major clients are Wal-Mart, Sony, Trust, Elecom and Hyundai.
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