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IFA 2011 Europe's largest consumer electronics show, held every year in Berlin, brought a bumper crop of cool kit this year. Read all about it.

Tablets

First look at Toshiba's Portégé Z830 Ultrabook
Hands on with Acer's Aspire S3 Ultrabook
Hands on with Toshiba's 'world's thinnest' Android 3.2 tablet
Medion hides Android 3.2 tablet behind closed doors
T-Mobile shows off Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.9
Sony Tablet P in pictures
Sony Tablet S in pictures
Toshiba outs 'world's thinnest, lightest' tablet
Samsung's Galaxy Tab 7.7 gets aired
Sony Android tablets in-bound

Home Entertainment

LG shows two-picture TV for gamers
Toshiba: Europeans to get specs-less 3D TV
Sharp shows off 8K4K hi-res prototype telly
LG backs Sharp, Philips TV apps would-be standard
Philips extends Fidelio sound quality to headphones

Computers

Acer claims first Core-i7 Ultrabook
No Ultrabook from Dell - yet
First Ultrabooks surface at IFA

Smartphones

Hands on with the Samsung Galaxy Note
HTC outs 'Mango' WinPho 7 smartphones
Samsung outs 5in Galaxy Note as new smartphone concept
Sony Ericsson launches Xperia Arc S

Car Tech

Ford unwraps Evos cloud-connected concept car
Ford readies in-car Sync for 2012 release
Sony drives DAB+ motoring

Photography

Samsung unveils 20Mp EVIL shooter

Odds'n'sods

Apple gives green light to Eton solar cell iPhone case
Pogoplug maker intros nano Nas for smartphones

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