IFA is an annual consumer electronics show that takes place in Berlin, Germany. Think of it along the lines of Europe's answer to CES. In past years IFA has been home to huge product announcements from Samsung, Sony and many more, and the 2015 edition doesn't look to be any quieter. Be sure to bookmark this page for every single post that comes out of IFA 2015.
Toshiba came out swinging at IFA 2015 with the Radius 12 convertible. It's a 12.5-inch Windows 10 laptop with a breathtaking 4K display and Intel's Skylake CPU inside. Check out our hands on live from Berlin.
Serious gamers take their gear seriously, and the new ASUS ROG Swift PG348Q monitor is going to seriously appeal to a lot of them. This display is many things, including being enormous, curved, and beautifully-crafted especially for the gaming crowd.
Anybody who's tried gaming with a laptop knows the biggest problem they face: heat dissipation from a blazing-hot processor, GPU, and RAM. ASUS thinks they have a solution for that with the ROG GX700: a combination of high-powered gaming laptop with a crazy liquid cooling dock.
ASUS's Republic of Gamers brand is more than just their gamer-focused products; it's also a community of gamers and builders that create some truly awesome rigs. You can't buy either of these computers, but you can dream about putting together your own. These ROG ASUS gaming PCs feature top-of-the-line hardware inside, but it's the design itself that really piques our interest....
Acer today announced the Revo Build, the company's attempt to provide an easier way for consumers to customize and upgrade their desktop PC. We go hands-on with the Windows 10-powered tower that enables you to add and subtract blocks.
ASUS has announced the VivoStick, which is a small stick PC (think the size of a rather large USB Wi-Fi dongle) that has the capabilities to power Windows 10. Simply plug the VivoStick into a TV via HDMI and you now have a fully functional Windows PC.
Acer's back at IFA with a pair of new Windows 10 phones for the budget conscious. Flagship cravers need not apply, but the latest efforts are a step up, albeit a small one, from the last Windows Phone out of Acer.
Acer not only dedicated a portion of its IFA show to gaming, but the company also announced some refreshes and new machines in a number of the company's product families. We're looking at improved notebooks and shiny new desktops.