Hi-lights from this years IFA tech show ran from a new TV standard to a gaming chair with one of the best product names we've heard in a while.
Here are the products we thought were the most impactful or at least the most interesting.
Samsung had its 8K Q900 television on display at its booth, backed by a promise that it would hit retail by October this year.
We don't have pricing information yet, but you can expect this 85-inch monster to hit the high four digits at least.
Regardless of the price, the Q900 will be one of the first major TVs to bring 8K viewing to consumers.
There miight not be enough content to justify 8K screens yet, but we said the same about 4K when it Odds are good that even if they won't see individual benefit, consumers wil assume bigger is better and help propel 8K to the new normal in TV resoluton.
Google updated its Wear OS software in time for the show this year, which brought out a trio of wear OS smartwatches from Skagen, Diesel, and Casio.
While this feels like Google trying to get ahead of a new Apple watch, Where OS also brings some useful new features, like heart rate monitoring, an easy to navigate notification system, and better integration of Google assistant.
The Yogabook C930 isn't Lenovo's first laptop with two screens, but it is a first where one of the screens uses E Ink display tech.
Rather than an LCD.
E-Ink gives this Yoga Book a virtual keyboard with a more tactile feel.
The Yoga Book C930 hits stores in the US this October with a starting price of $999.
The Netgear Orbi Voice helps consolidate the various pieces of hardware around your home.
By joining an Alexa speaker with a mesh WiFi extender.
You can buy it as a stand alone product for 300 bucks if we already own a Netgear or Remash router, or as a kit with the orbi router for 430 dollars.
The kit goes on sale this September and you can buy the orbi voice by itself later this fall.
Finally, we're not sure this one will be a real product or it merely exists to catch for headlines, But on the strength of its name alone we have to include the Acer Predator Thronos PC Gaming Platform.
The reliner can go back to 140 degrees, and a motorized support system will blast 3 27 inch monitors worth of gaming action directly into your eyeballs.
Assuming this thing exists, how much will it cost?
And that's everything we saw here in Berlin at IFA 2018.