This year's IFA has hit Berlin, and with it has brought brought loads of lovely, shiny new tech. Being one of the biggest tech shows out there — there's well over 1,500 exhibitors — there's a lot of new stuff being announced.
Whether it's a new phone or some kind of home appliance to make your life 0.3 per cent easier, it'll be at IFA. And we've waded through all the chaff to bring you the best bits right here, without ever having to leave your chair. Hooray for us!
You'll find all our IFA 2019 news rounded up below, and we'll continue to update this as new stories roll in. Enjoy!
In the months since the company's concepts first appeared at MWC, a lot has changed.
Shoot some baddies instead of slicing them with your lightsaber.
Sometime before Christmas, apparently.
Fossil – and its horde of designer brand partners – brought four totally new watches and some familiar friends to Berlin.
Which would be really quite something.
And it's getting a relevant price tag to go with it
Will be giving out £200 store credit to affected customers to say sorry.
They even have the airbud-style earpiece. Again.
And the latest version closes all the way. No gap.
Remember Acer's ridiculous Predator Thronos gaming chair? Get ready for its successor: the Predator Thronos Air.
The new Elite 75t look like a slimmed-down version of Jabra's excellent 65t earbuds, which can only be a good thing.
The Ray-Danz soundbar is designed to blast sound all around your living room thanks to some slick curves and Dolby Atmos technology.
One of those parts is already available.
One of the apparently major design upgrades is staring you right in the face. Do you see it?
Everything's coming up Nokia today.
And it's... rugged.
Catering to the masses also means new smartphones.
It's a classic flip phone though, not one of these fancy foldable screens.
It connects to four devices made by anyone, not just two sets of Apple earbuds.
No word on the 4G model, though.
21:9 is the new 18:5:9, apparently. According to Sony.
It finally feels like Garmin may have figured out the balance between fashion and function.
And a lot of other new stuff.
In Korea tomorrow. Then its rolling out to other places, including the UK.
This chic health-oriented wearable boasts “medical grade” ECG and PPG sensors, and 14-day battery life – but that extra long battery life comes at a price.
But they're not cheap.
About bloody time.
If that sounds ridiculous, it sort of is.
It’s a spare, standalone handset that rethinks how smart a smartphone actually needs to be.
We don't know how much the thing will cost yet, but we can safely assume it'll be a LOT.
Sadly it's not the epic chonky phone we saw at MWC earlier this year.
It's not from Amazon, but it's a lot cheaper.
But it costs a pretty penny.
Roku is charging further into the home audio zone with a new soundbar that also works as a Roku set-top box.
In Korea. We may have to wait until the end of the month.
Day one of IFA has kicked off in Berlin and new laptops are already falling from the proverbial heavens.
Beyond the new GPU and the update to the CPU, these new Blade Stealths are mostly unchanged from their predecessors.
With the new MX Master 3, Logitech has propelled its flagship mouse into a class of its own.
The big announcements to look out for from this year's IFA, based on rumours, pre-announcements, and a little educated guesswork.
The Arctis 1 Wireless looks like a good solution for anyone looking to embrace cord-free audio, especially on the Switch.
After going back to standard stereo cans, I’ll never be truly satisfied now that I know what I’m missing.
120-inches of 8K goodness right in your eye hole.
The new wearable tech boasts a "100-inch cinematic viewing experience."