IFA 2007 News Round-Up

Posted: Aug 31 2007, 3:00am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 3:37am CDT, in News | Technology News

IFA 2007 News Round-Up
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The IFA 2007 officially opens today to the public in Berlin. Yesterday several companies held their IFA press-conferences and product announcements have been released already all week.

There have not been any mega announcements, but several interesting ones. Sony announced PVPs for the U.S. market and opened their players for the Microsoft music ecosystem and ditched ATRAC.
Philips pushes its ambilight to the limit with the new Aurea line.

See all IFA 2007 news that appeared so far on I4U NEWS below.
IFA 2007 News:

IFA 2007: Samsung SP-A800B full HD Projector

Philips to Launch Aurea TVs at IFA 2007

IFA 2007: LG shows 60p full HD LCD TVs

IFA 2007: Samsung 225UW Monitor with Webcam

IFA 2007: LG Design Art LCD TVs

IFA 2007: LG Pause & Play TVs

Sony Bravia X3500, X3000, W3000, V3000 and S3000 coming this Fall

New Sony NWZ-A810 and NWZ-S610 Video Walkman

LG-KS20 - the new 3G iPhone Killer from LG at the IFA 2007

IFA 2007: NXP PNX5100 Video Processor first to remove Halo Effect

The above photo shows Miss IFA 2007.

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