"Other mobile products on display in MIPS' suite included numerous brands of mobile handsets offered by companies including Lenovo, TCL Corp. and others, with service provided by carriers including China Telecom and China Mobile. In addition, MIPS highlighted a $35 Android 2.2 mobile internet device from Gemei with a MIPS-Based chipset from Actions Semiconductor that includes games, social media and apps for the China market. Also on display were MIPS-Based e-readers including the QuokkaPad from Ubiq Technologies, the Bambook and the Hanvon e-reader. AMIMON and Lenovo demonstrated a version of the Lenovo IdeaPad tablet that integrates AMIMON's MIPS-Based chips with Wireless Home Digital Interface (WHDI) technology, enabling wireless transmission of content to any TV. The embedded WHDI solution can provide easy set up and sharing of content from the IdeaPad to a large screen TV, with no need for cables or external adaptors."