Highlights from the Hong Kong Electronics Fair

Some of what was on the floor at the show in Hong Kong (Photos and captions by John R Quain)

Originally a Swiss brand known for its turntables and now a Chinese logo, Lenco showed acolorful line of speaker docking stations.  

Turning its attention from consumer to commercial hopes, Marvel introduced a line of glasses-free 3D displays for advertising.  

AIE introduced a bright solution for iPhone users who want to take the mobile devices to the desktop.  

Among the thousands of small booths at the Hong Kong Electronics Fair were a few major brands such as Coby, Motorola, Oregon Scientific, Parrot and Vtech.  

Stylish and multi-colored headphones look to ride the Beats by Dr. Dre wave.  

Among the scores of wireless Bluetooth speakers, some manufacturer tried to set themselves apart with unusual designs, colors, and even LED desk lamps.  

Android fashion statements were on display with candy colored chassis.  

Portable rechargeable speakers are coming out in every imaginable shape, size and color.  

Android TV dongles and set-top boxes, such as Skyworth's line, were in abundance.

Kitchen appliances also bloomed with a variety of colors at the exhibition, perhaps a sign of economic uncertainty.  

Several display makers added value showing off multi-touch LCD display to rival smart boards.  

A veritable rainbow of iPhone accessories at the electronics exhibit included these silicon cradles that redirect audio from a phone's speaker.  

Entrance hall of the 32nd annual Hong Kong Electronics Fair where buyers shuttled between floors.  

Smart phones look to take casual gaming to the next level with accessories like this game pad and cradle from iPega.  

Oregon Scientific's new smart phone speaker avoids the hassle of new plugs and connectors by streaming audio wirelessly from any phone it comes in contactwith (so-called near field audio).

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