The Berlin electronics show is filled with TVs, PCs, Blu-ray players, home theater systems, and new Android-based tablets. Here's a slideshow of IFA sights.
Panasonic also touted its consumer-oriented 3D camcorder that lets people record and play back 3D video.
Also at the show, Yahoo announced that Europe-based TV and set-top box maker Vestel Group signed up for its Connected TV initiative, which like Google TV aims to put Internet-enabled applications on TVs.
The dual-screen Libretto can be used to show pages in either portrait or landscape orientation.