Tencent releases its first gaming console, the miniStation

Tencent has released a new Android-based video gaming console capitalizing on its hugely successful QQ-based gaming platform.

This week’s hot picks in Chinese gadgets

AllChinaTech wraps up the week’s news in consumer electronics. Read on for the past week’s headlines!

China’s first “smart” pillow promises to eliminate snoring

Expanding the vast array of smart device categories on offer, Chinese e-commerce platform Dapu.com has moved into the fray, offering a new pillow device that promises to bring relief to snorers.

DJI unveils embedded computer to boost drone artificial intelligence

Shenzhen-based DJI released an embedded computer for its developer drones on Monday to expand on its efforts to make self-aware drones a reality.

So what’s it gonna be? The Xiaomi 4c or the fresh-out-the-factory OnePlus X?

With last week’s launch of the OnePlus X, we thought we'd do a brief comparison with another fairly popular Chinese release, the Xiaomi Mi 4c.

Meet the Niu N1: the first ‘cool’ e-bike from China

Built locally from the ground up, the Niu N1 manages to sell in a climate of uncertainty for the Chinese e-bike industry with no infrastructural support and with uniform regulation nowhere to be seen.

Will the Chinese go for high-end e-scooters? Niu sells 20,000 in 15 hours.

Chinese e-scooter startup has concluded its 3rd round of sales bringing in 100 million RMB in a sign that Chinese consumers may still have room for the high end.

Xiaomi brings China back to the fore with People’s Hoverboard

At just the right time, Xiaomi has unveiled its Segway inspired personal transporter, will this be the trojan horse Xiaomi has been waiting for?

Huawei executive says domestic sales will overtake Xiaomi

Richard Yu, VP of Huawei Consumer Business Group said the cooperation with JD will further boost Huawei's domestic sales to take on domestic rival Xiaomi and global rival Apple.



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