Five eye catching devices at IFA this year

Every year at this time of the year, the latest and the greatest innovations and products from tech companies make their debut at IFA, this year was no different. It’s a six day long festival for the technology lovers where the press gets to taste the latest tech before it reaches the masses. Some of these are revelations fans have been waiting for, hoping to get blown away and some fairly new ideas that one never really thought of.

Here’s a selection of Five of the most eye catching gadgets from IFA this year in no particular order, whether they are good products however can be a topic of discussion.

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One Signature Sound: Sony Pushes the Boundaries with Ultimate ‘Signature Series’ Audio Range

As part of its 70th anniversary celebration, Sony Electronics unveiled today a new line of high resolution personal audio products that have been specifically designed to deliver the ultimate in music performance. All four models – including the MDR-Z1R headphones, NW-WM1Z and NW-WM1A Walkman® players, and the TA-ZH1ES headphone amplifier – have been meticulously crafted to address the needs of the most demanding music enthusiasts.

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What’s on My Android

What would you say is the best thing about android? Of course, if your answer is not the fact that it is open source, it’s probably “Customization”. The ability to make your phone work the way you want is what every android user loves about it the most. Whether you like filling it up with widgets or you love a minimalist approach Android lets you do all of that.

I used to be someone who changed home screen setups almost every 2 days or 7 at max if i invested a lot of time in it. I used to get bored pretty easy. But now i don’t do a lot of fancy things and i just love the way android looks by default. Not necessarily the stock android though because I am not much fan of the stock look, nor a fan of heavily skinned versions. Something like a stock build with a Cyanogen theme engine would be my perfect android.

But since there is no such option yet, I prefer the Sony Xperia skin. It is quite close to stock except for the icons and colors which are more fun and colorful than stock in my opinion and it has some useful features like audio controls and some call quality controls and other small but handy features that don’t bog down the overall experience. With that out, let’s show you what’s on my android and maybe you’ll find something useful that you like.

P.S. Grab some cold drink and popcorn because this can be long depending upon your definition of long.

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