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15 hi-tech trends in China

12/31/2010 07:59 PM EST
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jayfolks
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jayfolks   10/29/2011 12:44:25 AM
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The season brings good tidings for shutterbugs. Whether you're shopping for someone new to digital cameras or a seasoned hobbyist, you'll find megapixels priced extremely favorably this year. Well, it goes every year, anyway. But we must admit that there are also choices of what's the best among the best. The best products continue to come from trusted names in the business, Canon and Nikon. Other companies offer lower prices and fun features, but for optimal optics you'll want to stick with the leaders in photography. Though some brands are also cramming to go up with the trends but these two brands still leads the business world. Trusted brands, eh? http://tinyurl.com/3ete28p

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phlei   1/4/2011 4:53:14 PM
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What about Solid State lighting. Check out the LED driver SQ9910 www.sqme.com.tw

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Baolt   1/4/2011 12:41:37 AM
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@hm well done, yeah we see lots of new chinese cars on the roads, like chery...Yeah they are still far behind compared to EU, JP or US based ones but indeed they are the ones who let automative electronic market to grow recent year.

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Luis Sanchez   1/3/2011 9:52:30 PM
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Glad to be reading eetimes again! I didn't know about the QiYi, the nemesis of YouTube... it's all chinesse though, I can't read chinese. But considering that chinese is the first most spoken language worldwide then, I'm in the minority :(. I got to start learning chinese. From this article we can see two phenomenoms of the emerging markets, 1st the leap frog effect that might happen with the quick jump from 3G to 4G networks and 2nd, the fact that people aren't willing to spend on e-reader material. That happens in other countries as well and so it depends on the buying power of the people. It will change with time then.

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chanj0   1/3/2011 6:10:41 PM
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When eInk technology gets a bit closer to mature, will the tablet and eBook merge into 1 single product? Unification of products sounds like a trend. Yet, the product will fall into all sort of problem including battery life and performance tradeoff.

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t.alex   1/1/2011 7:19:10 AM
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Aren't this list also applicable globally, not just China itself?

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_hm   1/1/2011 3:18:43 AM
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I may like to add some important and missing makrket like - automobile electronics, power electroincs for auto industry and battery technology. Auto industry has potential for huge market and China will be like to be front runner.

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pixies   1/1/2011 2:49:03 AM
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"E-readers are relatively pricey in China because e-reader vendors need to make money from the hardware since Chinese users resist paying for the content. That will change over time, possibly several years." Amazon's Kindle 3 supports Chinese and is being sold in China, I wonder what business model Amazon has in mind to crack the Chinese E-book market.

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Silicon_Smith   12/31/2010 11:40:52 PM
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This is almost an exhausrive list of all the technologies one can look forward to in coming years. Nice compilation.

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