A roboticist thinks robot nurses are on the horizon.
Australian company ZipZip is offering USB thumb drives that look like Lego bricks. It has undoubtedly captured the attention of the IFA audience, as the crowd at their booth proved. Now you can save your documents and childhood memories at the same time!
Commodore International, the company that brought us the Commodore 64 has announced that it too will be jumping on the netbook bandwagon along with the rest of the world.
Shuttle, inventor if the SFF PC, has been selling its square-fronted barebones for years. At this year’s IFA, the Taiwanese company showed its D10 barebone with an integrated 7” touchscreen.
Garmin showed off several new products at its stand in expo hall 2. The new 765T series with its 4.3” display gives clear audio directions and shows upcoming maneuvers in great detail.
At IFA, One For All is introducing a new programmable universal remote control and adding some features.
A look at JVC's IFA stand made one thing clear - the Japanese company is going for especially thin TVs which it fittingly calls Super Slim LCD TV. Measuring a mere 3.9 cm in the thinnest place, the 46" LT-46S90BU is one of the slimmest TVs around.
Toshiba hides its real highlights in display cabinets further back at its stand. The smallest LED projector barely weighs 100 grams while projecting at a brightness of 10 Lumen, making it a good companion for smart phones with video outputs.
Samsung is introducing its new 780 series of LCD flat panel TVs. Initially, there will only be a 40” model called LE-40A780 featuring a characteristic colour scheme which Samsung calls “Crystal Design (Ocean Black)”.
With its touchscreen cell phone i900 Omnia, Samsung is attempting to follow in the iPhone’s footsteps. Geo-tagging support ensures its snapshots are ready for services such as Google Earth, Panoramio and Flickr.
Panasonic is unveiling several new plasma TVs at IFA 2008 that are especially thin and energy efficient. Additionally, the company is also demonstrating a huge 150" Display.
The new 42LG6100 is definitely an extravagant designer piece for any living room. Both its slim profile of only 4.47 cm and the red back panel create a distinctive visual style.
A 120 GB hard drive, a 10-inch widescreen display and its stylish design are meant to set LG's X110 netbook apart from the competition.
Philips’ new hard disk recorders offer a solid feature set for fans of the good old TV. Thanks to HDMI 1080p, the recorders are also ready for HD-TV and high-def video.
MSI will be offering two fully-featured notebooks aimed at mobile entertainment. Special user-selectable profiles are meant to increase battery life.
Sony’s Blu-ray players BDP-S350 and BDP-S550 have been available in the US since the summer. In Germany and Europe, they will be making their debut in October and November, respectively.
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