What Sony, Samsung Panasonic, Miele and Bosch revealed at IFA

Being part of the mediapack at an event such as IFA is not for the fainthearted. Appliance Retailer’s Simon King kept up as the global giants rolled out crates of desirable products and technology to keep retailers busy well into 2016. His first stop was the Sony conference which he described as one of the most popular of the Fair.

How far away is a Sony car?

While the arrival of Sony’s 5.2in Xperia Z5 smartphone was no surprise to the guests at the company’s media event at IFA on Wednesday, it is the subsequent comments by Sony Corp president and chief executive Kazuo Hirai that is receiving much attention. Speaking to the Financial Times, Hirai said Sony is open to pursuing a tie-up with a traditional carmaker to capture the automotive market.

CE industry flocks to premium Berlin Show

Organisers of IFA 2015 said the Berlin show has confirmed its position as the world´s leading trade show for consumer Electronics and Home Appliances with 1,645 exhibitors and rented floor space totaling 150,000 square metres. Simon King reports from Berlin.

Revamped LG washers to make IFA debut

LG is promising improved reliability and durability with a new suspension system, Centum System™, in its latest washing machine line-up for the European market. The machines will also feature an upgraded enamel coated exterior design and LG TWIN Wash™, capable of handling dual loads simultaneously, which will make its European debut at IFA 2015.

IFA’s ultimate platform for next gen tech

The future of Ultra HD, tablet displays, 3D printing and wearables for fun, health, education and training, will be revealed at IFA TecWatch. Featuring solutions for the interconnected home and growth of the Internet of Things, more than 50 exhibitors and partners from 15 countries will be dominating IFA with their expertise.

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