The Top 5 Gadgets that stole the show at IFA 2014

The world’s top gadget makers have announced some of their latest wears they hope you’ll buy at this year’s IFA electronics trade show in Berlin.

IFA 2014The massive Messe Berlin is loaded with large curved TV sets, wearables offering a raft of new applications, 3D printers with amazing capabilities, sleek smartphones and a number of connected home devices.

With an event this big, you’re likely to miss important gadgets. But every year, there are a few standouts that grab our attention. We’ve listed here some of the best gadgets spotted at IFA 2014 expo.


LG flexible 4K OLED TV

LG electronics is at the IFA expo 2014 and they’ve just launched 77-inch flexible 4K OLED TV with a controllable curve. According to LG, this kind of TVs delivers the ultimate viewing experience with 4K screen resolution, with automatically controlled color temperature for individual pixels. It will be available in the US either later this year or at the start of 2015.

Price: $34,000


Asus ZenWatch

Tech companies like Sony, Samsung and LG all unveiled their latest smartwatches at IFA this year, but the credit for stealing the show goes to Asus. Asus has announced its first wearable device- the Zen watches at IFA 2014 electronics show a few days ago. The most striking feature is its genuine stitched leather strap. If you want to change it with any 22mmstapr you can easily do so by releasing the latch on either side of the Android wear.

Price: $199


Dyson’s Eye 360 robot vacuum

Dyson is well-known for its bladeless fans, futuristic hand dryers and bagless vacuum cleaners, but the company is now working on self-cleaning robots. The Dyson 360 Eye uses high speed digital motor and cyclone technology, has the strongest suction power to deliver better performance. The device is equipped with a 360-degree panoramic camera that helps it detect obstacles and navigate around the room. The smartphone app also lets you remotely schedule cleaning. Dyson’s vacuum cleaner is expected to launch in Japan later this year and will hit NorthAmerica until fall 2015.

Price: $1,000

Nokia Lumia 830

Microsoft announced the Lumia 830 on the second day of the IFA trade show 2014. Although the handset is not that powerful as other smartphones in the market, it is affordable and is designed with customers in mind. The device packs a wireless charging feature using Qi standard, which other smartphones lack.

Price: $430

Sony Xperia Z3

Sony Xperia Z3 is arguably the best small screen Android phone around. The core design features a glass metak frame and OmniBalance design, 5.2-inch IPS LCD capacitive touch screen, which translates into a resolution of 720 X 1280 pixels. Z3 is equppied with 2.5 HZ quad-core Snapdragin 801 processor and 3GB of RAM. With the highest waterproof rating, you can find your way in a downpour and capture images underwater. The Xperia Z3 matches the latest gaming with the best Sony technologies. With a super-bright display and digital noise-cancelling technology, immersing yourself in your game has never been easier.