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IFA 2012 in Berlin starts August 31

01 Aug 2012 | Rasmus Larsen |

This year’s IFA 2012 show in Berlin starts August 31 and ends on September 5. You can look forward to all the new and exciting products and technologies from major electronics brands. All the big TV manufacturers have been confirmed and FlatpanelsHD will be there to tell you all about it – so stay tuned!

IFA 2012

As always, IFA will open its doors in the German capital, Berlin. Electronics manufacturers, the media, consumers and industry watchers flock to IFA to see the latest and the greatest. Samsung, Sony, Panasonic, LG, Philips, Sharp, Loewe and Toshiba have all announced their arrival.

Last year 1441 exhibitors attended IFA and more than 130,000 visitors visited Berlin. This year’s show will be even bigger and you should expect some great new product announcements, too.


FlatpanelsHD will guide you through it all so check back in by the end of august. Or subscribe to our newsletter, RSS or twitter to get daily updates from the IFA 2012 show.

IFA 2012 news


All articles will be posted on the front page but you can also find everything in the IFA 2012 hub. IFA 2012 is also open to the public. You can buy tickets at the entrance or from home at www.ifa-berlin.com.



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