Black and Paper Highlights from IFA Press Day 1 August 30th.
So much to see and experience today from the world’s largest consumer tech fair, connected houses, smart devices, and wireless were the themes of the day.
Skullcandy introduced a new series of premium but affordable headphones. Sleek, soft, and wireless, the Hesh listening devices have long battery life.
Miele says it has taken cooking to the next level with The Dialog oven centered-on M Chef Technology. The appliance offers 70% faster cooking time than regular ovens. The Dialog can cook an entire meal at once; meat, green vegetables, and potatoes. M Chef is an electromagnetic wave system that communicates with the food texture. According to the company, food is cooked harmoniously resulting in better tasty meals.
Bang & Oluffsen’s Beosound Shape, a wireless speaker system with a bespoke design element for the wall with noise dampers. The speaker’s fittings are wall mounted but in an unobtrusive manner. As a music lover, I liked what I heard.
Robert Bosch introduced high end connected products the healthy mixer was a highlight.
Siemens displayed a connected home with a control panel from an automobile.
IFA is a yearly consumer electronics tradeshow in Berlin, Germany.
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