Photos: Berlin's big gadgets show

ZDNet Germany and CNET team up to bring you some of the hardware highlights from the IFA exhibit.

Navigon 2100

The show may be over, but the gadgets are yet to come.

If you couldn't get to Berlin over the last week for the IFA consumer electronics show, don't fret. ZDNet Germany and CNET have teamed up to bring you some of the highlights. A lot of the gear, whether brand-spanking new or updates of not-so-old favorites, will only be hitting stores sometime this month or later still.

GPS devices--such as the Navigon 2100 pictured here--were prevalent at the gizmo fest. Notable, too, among the consumer-friendly machinery were a circular Sony PC for the living room, a 20-inch Acer portable with subwoofer, Casio's very-high-speed camera prototype and a speaker-microphone set for your cup holder.'s gallery is here: "Photos: Gadgets galore at IFA show"--and if you feel like testing your high school German, links are provided to the original coverage from ZDNet Germany.

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