Continuing our IFA show floor highlights, we bring you coverage from AMD, ARCHOS, ATI, Beyerdynamic, Commodore, Creative, Dvico, Grundig, Intel, Kenwood, Loewe, MSI, Mitsubishi, One For All, Philips, Pioneer, Sharp and SonicGear booths in this final installment that wraps up the huge IFA event.
In part 1 of our IFA show floor highlights, we bring you a showcase of Blu-ray and HD DVD, Lite-On's next generation ODD solutions for both camps and feature booths of Samsung, Toshiba, LG and Hitachi. Read on for the full coverage!
HWM's Managing Editor braved the rainy summer of Berlin, Germany to bring you the latest news from the IFA, or Internationale Funkausstellung, one of the world's largest ICT events that began since 1924. Catch the latest buzz from consumer electronic players such as Philips, LG, Sharp, Samsung and so much more.
Never mind that the venue for COMEX 2006 is not nearly as accessible as Suntec, there is no stopping throngs of eager shoppers from braving heavy rain and longer travel time to cash in on unbelievable tech savings. Check out our coverage and you might join the crowd too!
To prepare some of you who are planning to be early birds to the event, www.hardwarezone.com has touched base with several exhibitors to bring you this preview of bargains you can expect from COMEX 2006.
Behold the world's first Intel Core 2 Duo notebooks - the NEC 6200 and 6210! Unveiled at a closed door event, the notebooks from NEC are not only equipped with the latest processor from Intel, but also designed by International award-winning product designer, Jun Katsunuma, whose model-like looks are comparable to the notebook itself!
Together with the new Dopod 595, the arrival of the 838 Pro reaffirms Dopod's continuing strive towards product innovation. www.hardwarezone.com was at the launch and we were treated to more than we originally anticipated.
Six new Lumix cameras ranging from the consumer series to the prosumer class were revealed. Besides raising the standard specs, new features and an improved image processor were incorporated in some of them. The biggest highlight however, was the Lumix L1 DSLR camera - a first for Panasonic.
Included in Samsung's latest lineup at their annual roadshow was the world's smallest laser printer as well as a dazzling range of new monitors and notebooks. Their exclusive Q1 UMPC was also featured with a live demonstration. Join us as we bring you on a quick tour of the Samsung Roadshow 2006.
A hotbed for the latest technological advancements from Korea, SEK2006 also had the government's 'U-Korea Vision' and 'u-IT839 Strategies' as key agendas. Here's your chance to learn more about them and glimpse into the future of what to expect - all from our report straight from Seoul, Korea.
- Microsoft joins the wearables market with the fitness tracking Microsoft Band
- Lenovo launches new Yoga series of products
- Onkyo's latest receivers let you replicate the Dolby Atmos experience at home
- Emergency service drones might just save your life in the future
- Samsung Techwin announces launch of SmartCam HD Outdoor Wireless IP camera
- Dyson launches new "Fluffy" cordless vacuum cleaner
- YouTube now goes up to 60 FPS
- Google is holding a Project Ara Developer Conference in Singapore