Latest Chinavasion Electronics: The Runbo X6 Rugged Smartphone, Electric Unicycle ‘Uni-Wheel XR-3’ & more

Author Administrator 23.12.2014. | 18:30

Runbo X6 Rugged Smartphone

Latest Chinavasion Electronics

Today we launched some eye catching products, which include the Runbo X6 Rugged Smartphone. Find out more about these new listings below!

Runbo X6 Rugged Smartphone: The Runbo X6 has a 5 inch touch screen that displays in HD 1920 x 1080 resolutions so you get great quality visuals. Additionally the screen has Corning II Gorilla Glass so it’s well protected against damage. This large screen rugged phone has an IP67 rating and to get this accreditation it was arduously tested by being submersed in up to 1 meter of water for 30 minutes, so it’s waterproof and dust proof. What’s more, that tough rubberized outer shell makes it shock proof so it’s able to withstand the gruelingly challenges of working in the great outdoors. The GPS features will allow you to pinpoint your location so you will never get lots thanks to the GPS and AGPS functions. The Walkie Talkie feature operates across a UHF 400 to 470MHz range.

Electric Unicycle ‘Uni-Wheel XR-3’: The ‘Uni-Wheel XR3’ is the ultimate self-balancing electric unicycle; it’s environmentally friendly, easy to carry at less than 10KG and can be operated hands free. It uses the latest gyro stabilizing technology to help keep it upright making it easy to learn and safe to use. This self balancing ‘Uni-wheel’ comes with a foam protection cushion that can be attached over the wheel to protect it from the inevitable knocks and bumps it may encounter in the early stages of riding. The powerful 350 Watt Samsung lithium battery can be fully charged in about two and a half hours after which, you have ample power for a range of around 18 to 20km. With speeds of up to 18 km/h you can leave pedestrians behind you and zip to your destination in style and easy in a way that will cut out the traffic jams and congestion as you effortlessly glide by the envious masses.

Runbo Q5 Rugged Smartphone: This is the Runbo Q5, a rugged phone with a difference that is touted as one of the toughest phones around today. Inside the hardy muscular exterior is an MTK6589T quad core processor that is capable of 1.5GHz. This CPU is backed up by 2GB of RAM and lets you get a great overall performance from this beast of a phone. Built from high quality materials to precision specifications gives the Runbo Q5 an outstanding IP67 rating that confirms its hardcore pedigree and keeps it protected from water and dust ingress as well as making it shockproof. Having been tested by submersion in depths up to 1 meter of water for 30 minutes this phone was fine so it can handle some tough situations like water boarding. With a 4.5 inch screen that provides 1280×720 resolutions you get a clear display that sits neatly in the palm of your hand.

Android 4.4 Quad Core TV Stick: This smart TV dongle uses a CPU from the Rockchip R31XX series, these were specifically targeted to the tablet, TV box and TV dongle market as it is very popular in devices that seek good performances. Therefore with a Quad Core Rockchip 3188T processor that takes advantage of 28nm technology and runs alongside a Mali 400 GPU and 2GB of RAM you get a fast, reliable performance that can turn your TV into a powerful mini PC. With built in Wi-Fi you can connect this dongle to your wireless network and you can use this TV dongle to download HD videos or stream movies directly to your TV. Miracast and DLNA makes it easy to share media from another device such as your phone or tablet and a dedicated OTG supported port makes file transfers quick and easy.

 

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