As pixel counts go, Panasonic's hall at IFA 2012 was up there. Of course its 145-in 8K TV didn't hurt
Panasonic's impressive vision of the future cooking: its cold-to-the-touch Induction Hob can detect where pans are placed, and can additionally power kitchen appliances
In addition to its eye-controlled prototype, Haier brought along a "transparent TV"
We couldn't quite see the appeal of SEIL's tinny, wrist-worn vibrating "Tangible Sound System," but imagine a certain type of teenager will love it
Of all the hanging displays, Bosch's "chandelier" of handheld food blenders was one of the highlights
The face of IFA poses in front of some Bosch vacuum cleaners
A familiar face: Windoro is set for a US
Panasonic shows off its "Swipe & Share" to display images from a mobile device on a large screen with a flick of the wrist
Panasonic's interactive multiview 3D display technology
The obligatory LEGO model, courtesy of Samsung
Of all the refrigerators on display at IFA this year, Bosch's range was the most colorful
tape.tv's boom box wall
We tracked down Sol Republic's headphones for cats
LG's 3D TV wall puts it in firm contention as the hall with the highest pixel density
LG's impressive "world's first" 84" UD 3D TV
A tank at IFA 2012
The most understated booth at IFA 2012?
Dell unveils its XPS Duo 12 hybrid Ultrabook
With IFA 2012 having come to end it's possible to finally take stock of a week in which Berlin once again became the center of the universe (at least so far as consumer electronics were concerned). As you'll see, it wasn't all about product announcements and prototype demonstrations. Here are five miscellaneous trends, oddities, curiosities and trivialities that, for whatever reason, made an impression upon Gizmag at IFA this year.
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