What is worth seeing at the biggest consumer electronics trade fair in Europe?

The largest trade fair for consumer electronics in Europe, IFA 2016, has just launched, attracting more than 200,000 annually. Visitors, which is a great opportunity for everyone to familiarize themselves with the full range of widely used consumer electronics.

From computer hardware to household appliances, everyone is sure to find something interesting here, especially as apart from the products available for sale, fairs are a great opportunity for many manufacturers to present novelties that will hit the shelves. There are no smaller companies here, for whom it is a great opportunity to present themselves to a wider audience, as well as Asian manufacturers looking for a road to the European market.

Of course, the focus is on the products of the big producers, which we can see in Berlin for the first time. These include: Smart Watches – Asus ZenWatch 3, Samsung Galaxy Gear S3, TomTom Runner 3 and Spark 3, Moto Z Play smartphones, HTC One A9s, Huawei Nova and Nova Plus, Sony Xperia XZ and X Compact, the world’s thinnest laptop. – Acer Swift 7, record monitors proportions 21: 9 from LG (largest and first with refresh rate 144Hz) and Lenovo Yoga Book: tablet, laptop and notebook in one.

As usual, apart from the mass of gadgets and accessories, a lot of space is also occupied by audio equipment, televisions and household appliances, both large and small, and the sign of “new times” are… the cages where the skills of flying drones are presented.

In one place you can test assortment in all areas of consumer electronics, including gadgets more difficult to access. This will not miss the opportunity to test many types of VR goggles, try out how they are in the hands of the latest smartphones and how the various devices work, including those not available in the official sales on our market.

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However, the sight, even the cursed area of ​​Messe Berlin is a task for at least a few hours, but better to book immediately all day. Is it worth it? Certainly, and not only because of the aforementioned premiere products, but also because of the opportunity to get to know one place with the current state of the new technology.

The fair in Berlin is the largest event of its type in Europe. This year, officially launched on Friday, IFA 2016 will last until Wednesday.

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