The 2013 IFA is well under way in Berlin. A gadget extravaganza to rival CES, IFA touches about every corner of the technology world with everything from to to laptops. Oh, yeah, and there's also a certain smartwatch and even a healthy dose of appliances.
So if you can't be in Berlin, join CNET for a video tour of some of the hottest devices and most fascinating finds of the show.
The Samsung Galaxy Gear is a high-tech touch-screen timepiece that partners with your phone to see your alerts, track your exercise, and even make calls.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 is a 5.7-inch monster of a smartphone that uses its oversize screen for multiple apps all at the same time, with a new leather-and-stitching look.
Sony's Xperia Z1 smartphone packs a Full HD display, supercharged quad-core processor and 20.7-megapixel camera into a waterproof, glass, and aluminum body.
In this revamped Note 10.1, you get a fresh style and powerful new processor tech. Check out our hands-on video.
In this video we get our mitts on the revamped Kindle Paperwhite, which has a new processor and a brighter screen, plus all-new apps.
Here we get up close and personal with Acer's new S2 smartphone. It shoots video in 4K, but how useful will that really be?
The Asus Zenbook UX301 slaps a glass top onto a skinny ultrabook body and stuffs it full of the latest Intel processors.
The Sony QX100 Smart Lens has the same 1-inch, 20-megapixel sensor from Sony's compact digital cameras, but ditches the screen, instead connecting directly to your smartphone.
The chunky Asus Transformer Book T300 springs from Windows 8 laptop to 13.3-inch tablet at the touch of a button.
But is it art? LG's newest TV comes with a painting-style frame to mount on your wall. Check out our hands-on video for our first impressions.
The Asus Memo Pad 10 is a 10-inch Android tablet boasting a quad-core processor, bright designs, and hopefully a rock-bottom price. Asus also introduced the.
At 7 inches, the Asus FonePad 7 is very much in tablet territory, but it packs a 3G radio, functioning as a standard Android phone.
The HTC Desire 601 boasts a 4.5-inch display, LTE and stylings from its pricier siblings but apparently will come with an affordable price tag.
The LG G Pad 8.3 slaps a Full HD screen and a burly quad-core chip inside a slender metal frame.
Is Android the desktop operating system of your wildest fantasies? Probably not, but it's a cool idea -- take a look in our video.
We get to grips with Acer's cheap and cheerful 10.1-inch tablet, though the dodgy screen resolution could spoil its chances.
Acer has given this all-in-one PC a makeover. Find out what's new in our video.