Originally reviewed by Edward Chester 06 September 2011
First Look: We get hands on with Asus' second innovative tablet/laptop hybrid.Read full Asus Eee Pad Slider preview
Unfortunately we all can't be in the Internationale Funkausstellung building in Berlin this week for the IFA 2011 trade show, but fear not, we have gathered together all the latest news and hands-on previews in one convenient location so you don't miss anything. We'll be updating this constantly over the coming days as new products are announced.
Originally reviewed by Ardjuna Seghers 13 February 2012
If you can live with its lack of SD card reader and screen’s poor viewing angles, the IdeaPad U300s is a stylish and ergonomic Ultrabook, and our current 13in ‘budget’ favourite.
Originally reviewed by Andrew Williams 02 September 2011
Gear4 showed off a trio of Angry BIrds-themed audio docks at this year's IFA in Berlin. Still haven't had enough of the irate avians? Need a dock for your iPhone or Android device? Read on.Read full Gear4 Angry Birds iPhone Dock preview
Originally reviewed by John Archer 06 September 2011
Philips' latest flagship 21:9-ratio TV looks set to renew our love affair with the ultra-wide format. It's just a shame that still nobody is selling native 21:9 Blu-rays.Read full Philips 58PFL9956H new 21:9 active 3D TV first look preview
Ever wanted to draw a pair of horns and moustache on your favourite TV character? Well now you can.
Acer has joined the Ultrabook party at IFA in Germany, with the 13.3in Aspire S3
Philips' latest portable media player gets Wi-Fi and Android 2.3 goodness
The all-new Samsung MV800 makes light work of self-portraits and shooting from extreme angles.
A new innovation from Ford will let parents limit the speed at which their children drive the family car.
Samsung's all-new NX200 sees plenty of notable upgrades over its predecessor, including an increase in overall resolution to 20.1MP.
LG has unveiled 47in and 55in passive 3D TVs featuring its latest Nano Full LED technology.
The Fujifilm X10 is shaping up to be a bargain version of the X100, but retains its retro-styling.
Sony will launch its personal 3D viewer, the HMZ-T1, in November, allowing users to enter their very own world while watching films or playing games.
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