IFA 2015: Interesting gadgets you may have missed

By Team Digit | Updated Sep 07 2015
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The IFA 2015 saw some really good launches in various categories, ranging from the awesome-looking Sony Xperia Z5 to Acer’s Predator range of gaming PCs.  However, apart from the regular stuff, IFA is also the place where new technology is introduced, mostly away from the shutter-buzz of big brands. Here's looking at some new launches, that might be a regular name in the near future.

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Starting off with big TVs, the one here is made by two companies. German manufacturer Metz and Chinese manufacturer Skyworth joined hands to make this huge LED screen a reality. We had a lot of fun playing on this!

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8K resolution displays are the future, and Toshiba had it on display. This is the LC-80XU30, an 80-inch television with an equivalent resolution of 8K. This particular model will be sold in Japan for now, and will possibly cost a big fortune.

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Talking about large screens, Samsung was there with a 110-inch 8K display. It may cost as much as a small house, but... Well, 8K is better than 4K, isn't it?

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The day is near when we will rely on household robots to do our household chores, and some companies are making just that. This is the FURo-S - a smart robot made for commercial sectors and kiosks.

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FURo-S can communicate with people in 30 different languages, and can be used in exhibitions, events, showcases, restaurants, etc.

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This is the new TomTom Bandicam action camera. This is TomTom's first tryst with 4K resolution action cameras.

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To edit photos, states TomTom, shake the phone with the app installed, and you're good to go. You can also dive down to a depth of 40 metres with this.

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3D printers have been shedding prices drastically, and the da Vinci Jr. 1.0 is a good example of one that comes at a very reasonable price of $349 (Rs. 23,400 approx).

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XYZprinting, the company behind this printer says that the printer is very easy to use and doesn't require any calibration. The printer uses bio-degradable PLA filaments, and makes sure that nothing is wasted.

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