IFA 2017 Largest Tech Bash – Berlin
The largest tech bash of Europe will be coming up shortly in Berlin with usual range of gadgets in the form of smart tellies, phones together with speaker systems put up on the show. Probing in the expansive conference that would be taking place at Messe Berlin, the TwitIQ is providing you the highlight comprising of the strangest gadgets that are hidden between stalls run by tech titans such as Samsung, Sony and Panasonic.
Sony Smart Speaker Gadget
A novel voice-controlled smart speaker designed to compete with the Amazon Echo and Google Home; gadgets have been unveiled by Sony. Known as the LF-S50G the speaker is said to accommodate the same Google Assistant AI which tends to run on Google Home. By utilising the command `OK Google’, it tends to get activated and has the potential of answering queries as well as control smart home appliances and also play music. At times Google is also said to record the conversation even if you do not say `OK Google’.
Personal Health Gadgets: Bizarre Hair Drying Helmet
The gadgets of hair dryer is said to have 400 watts of power with not less than two temperature setting. It is the Profi Care PC-HTH 3003 Hair dryer hood. It is an ionising device, a slogan in hair care relating a process that tends to make hair shinier as it seems to dry. The hair dryer is accompanied with a round brush having a 1.8m cord together with a convenient travel bag in case one intends of wearing it on your vacation.
Health Gadgets: Waterproof `Self-Massage’ Balls
The gadgets known as the Medisana VarioRoll, it is good for stimulating, restoring, fascia training and massage. It tends to relieve the tired muscles in the back and neck area by rolling it up and down on the area which cause pain. However it could also be used on bigger muscle areas in your arms as well as the legs. The company had mentioned in its statement that `since each body seems to be different, the VarioRoll can be adapted perfectly to the different muscle areas through an adjustable distance of 20 to 24 centimetres between the balls’. It further added that the gadget `VarioRoll is mainly unaffected by moisture
SmartHome Gadgets: Smart Fridge Camera
Another of those gadgets – smart fridge camera comes at a price of £100 and informs when your stock of food is low and also suggests recipes on whatever may be available in the chiller. Intended to save on time, money as well as energy together with food waste, this wireless Smarter FridgeCam priced at £99.99 enables you to peek in your fridge from anywhere through your smartphone. Several of the costly manufacturers had started offering these gadgets though it seems a strange manner of making the `dumb fridge function for you at a portion of the price.
Virtual Reality Gadgets: The Virtual Simulation Scanner
A French company has claimed to have designed the Matrix with a concept which enables supporters to spend real time in its virtual reality scanners and wear headsets. It is said that relaxing in virtual reality could be beneficial in easing the anxiety and stress of individuals and hopes to franchise the gadgets out the simulation shop to other countries all over the world.
Pet Treat Dispenser
A home camera known as Pawbo helps in keeping an eye on one’s pet while you are away and tends to speak to them remotely. These gadgets comprises of a laser pointer game which distracts them and also the option to reward them with treat that is stored in a drawer which tends to slit open on demand.
Wearable Technology: New Smartwatch of Samsung
The Samsung Korean electronics company revealed two innovative models of smartwatch in Berlin recently and it tends to come just a few weeks before the reports released date of opposing gadgets from Apple. A bold and brightly coloured fitness tracker in the form of Gear Sports is shaped like a clock face, comprising of jam packed features inclusive of flicking through TV channels, control presentation slides together with the usual smartphone functions such as messaging and email. Besides this there is also the new curved Gear Fit2 Pro that is somewhat lighter on features having a slimmer design.
Beam your TV shows like Magic with these Gadgets
The new projector of LG is fantastic flashy gadgets making your TV show appear like they have appeared magically. For immersive home cinema effect, the LG PorBeam UST provides a Full HD image in an ultra-short throw design. The Ultra Short-Throw projector is said to be suitable since they do not need specialized installation, with heap of unappealing cables or expansive space between the projector and the screen. The ProBeam UST needs about 4.7-inches of space in order to display a 100-inch HD image.
Buzz Away Your Double Chin
The Rio toner tends to have three 60 second programmes to tone the entire neck and the chin area and claims to focus on the much despised double chin with only a usage of a minute a day on using electrical muscle stimulation. Identical claims have also been made on the gadgets by companies which tend to promise clients, abs by strapping on a vibrating belly belt. So far there has not been any before-or-after image to convince the audience.
Personal Hygine Gadgets: Curry Stain Remover
The Japanese company has been focusing on the Indian market when customers in the country had issues with other wash modes that had been unsuccessful in removing the stubborn stains. The gadgets comprises of 15 varied modes inclusive of the one to remove sauce, curry as well as oil stains.
Personal Health Gadgets: Fat Shaving Pants
One could just imagine sitting around consuming ice-cream and at the same time tend to get slimmer. These Mass and Slim trousers tend to do precisely that. It claims that its Bamboo Viscose and Tourmaline material could cause the loss of cm when in contact with the skin. But there is not much proof for how tourmaline, semi-precious gem gadgets could have the ability of making one thinner.
Voice Controlled Telly
TVs have been controlled through gadgets through `Alexa, which is the talking technology in Amazon Echo or Echo dot smart home hubs. Viewer can command from anywhere in the room – `Alexa, turn the volume up’ or Alexa, put on BBC1’.