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Taiwan Companies: ASUS, Advantech, D-Link Corporation, E Ink Holdings Inc. and Waltop International Corp Showcase Innovative Communication and Mobile Solutions at Mobile World Congress 2014

BARCELONA, Spain, February 25, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --

Executives of leading communication and mobile technology makers in Taiwan- Advantch, ASUS, D-Link Corporation, E Ink Holdings Inc. and Waltop International Corp have presented their newest technological products during the Mobile World Congress.

ASUS introduced the ASUS ZenFone series that features Corning® Gorilla® Glass 3 screens for incredible scratch resistance and durability. Now available is the ZenFone 4, ZenFone 5 and ZenFone 6. The PadFone mini combines the pocketability of a smartphone with the screen size of a tablet. With a powerful Intel Atom Z2560 processor with Intel Hyper-Threading Technology, 8GB of internal storage, and up to 64GB micro SD card support, PadFone mini has all the power and resources needed for both phone and tablet apps. Furthermore, the Company has introduced Z ZenUI, the all-new user interface exclusive to ASUS mobile devices, first available on ZenFone and PadFone mini.

Advantech has presented the 1U Rackmount Network Application Platform. This product has highly cost effective mid range appliances. It integrates processor flexibility from Intel® Xeon® E3, Intel® Core™ down to Intel Celeron® thus enhancing scalability, security, and reliability for networking applications.                                                          

D-Link presented the DSP-W215 mudlink Wi-Fi Smart Plug. This is a multi-purpose and easy-to-use device that allows you to monitor and control your home electronic devices from wherever you are. It also introduces the EyeOn™ Baby Camera DCS-825L that transforms your mobile device into a versatile, yet easy to use baby monitor and The D-Link DWR-932 LTE Mobile Router is a compact, portable solution for sharing your LTE mobile broadband connection among multiple devices, with downlink speeds up to 150 Mbps.

E Ink Holdings Inc. introduced the Amazon Kindle Paperwhite 2, with the latest standard for eReaders and the most recent electronic ink technology, the YotaPhone, a smartphone with a unique dual screen design and features, and the Sony Digital Business Device, a full size 13.3" reading and note taking device that weighs only 358g, and the Sonostar Smartwatch.

Waltop International Corp. presented the Innovative Stylus Solution for Mobile Devices that provides a native writing experience with high precision and high resolution design and 1024 (or above) levels of pressure sensing, which altogether make writing on digital devices as intuitive as a native pen-paper writing experience. Waltop also introduces the Software Development Kit for Stylus Applications, which helps mobile device makers to address growing end-user demand for effective drawing and writing functionality via various applications.

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