19. LG's UD 3D TV
Ultra Definition? Check. 4K? Check. 3D? Check. LG’s world’s first UD 3D TV hopes to blow you away with its 84-inch 3840x2160 resolution screen thanks to LG’s Triple XD Engine and deliver 8 million pixels per frame. There’s CINEMA 3D tech on board to deliver that truly immersive viewing experience and 2.2 Speaker System made up of two 10W speakers and two 15W woofers to blast out the sound. Smart TV support means you also have access to 1,400 apps and content when there is nothing on the box.
Price: TBC | Release date: September 2012
20. Panasonic TX-L60ET5 60-inch TV
Having normally flexed its muscle in the plasma telly domain, Panasonic has now officially announced its largest LED TV ever. The super bright 60-inch IPS panel that deliver full HD also supports the same passive 3D that you can enjoy at the cinema with the four pairs of 3D specs packed in the box. There's also access to Panasonic's Smart TV platform and the ability to browse on the web over Wi-Fi.
Price: £1,999.99 | Release date: September 2012
21. Sony XBR-84X900 Bravia 4K TV
If you like your tellies large, Sony's gigantic 84-inch might just be of interest. Hulking screen size aside, the 4K LCD set will deliver passive 3D playback and boasts a 10-driver speaker system.Delivering 4 times the resolution of Full HD standard, it also comes armed with Sonye's X-Reality PRO’ super-resolution high picture quality engine, which enables users to reproduce a variety of content - including movies, TV programs, photos and games to 4K quality. If you've got a Sony tablet or smartphone at hand, you;ll also be able to use the mobile device to change the channel if you've lost the remote.
Price: TBC | Release date: October 26th
22. ASUS Vivo Tab
Jumping aboard the Windows 8 bandwagon, ASUS is following up its success with the Android-powered Transformer range with its first hybrid tablet which will run on Microsoft’s sleek new OS. Following in the metallic finish footsteps of the Transformer Pad Infinity, the Vivo Tab features a similar keyboard dock to give the device extra battery life and hosts a 10.1-inch Super IPS+ screen. A NVIDIA Tegra 3 quadcore processor and 2GB of RAM will should also ensure that you have no problem multitasking your way to a promotion.
Price: TBC | Release date: October 26th
23. Samsung Galaxy Camera
The last minute rumours it seems were spot on as Samsung unveiled its 16.3-Megapixel snapper that it hopes will let you capture that perfect picture. The specs helping you achieve pictorial perfection include a 21x optical touch zoom lens, a 23mm aperture lens for wide angle shots, and Samsung’s Smart Pro’ tech to give photos a more professional look. Everything can be viewed on a 4.8-inch 308ppi HD Super Clear Touch Display while you’ll have the power of a 1.4GHz quadcore processor, sharing capabilities over 3G and 4G, and the slick Android 4.1 Jelly Bean operating system to rely on making this a seriously impressive compact camera.
Price: TBC | Release date: TBC
24. Samsung Galaxy Note 2
Ultimately the star of the ‘Unpacked’ show, Samsung’s new phablet wants you to get creative using a bigger 5.5-inch screen, a more accurate S-Pen and a host of new stylus-friendly features. Taking design inspiration from the Samsung Galaxy S3 with more curved edges, the Note 2 will run on Android 4.1 Jelly Bean and has ramped up the processing power to a quadcore chipset with 2GB of RAM to handle new multitasking features such as PopUp Note and Web which will let you run two applications on the same screen just like the Galaxy Note 10.1.
Price: TBC | Release date: October 2012
25. Samsung ATIV S Windows Phone 8 smartphone
Part of its new ATIV range (yes, that’s VITA spelt backwards) Samsung’s family of Windows 8-packing devices also includes its first handset to run on Windows Phone 8. Tipped to land around the October 26th release date slated for the computing OS, the ATIV S is just 8.7mm thick and features an aluminium chassis which hosts a 4.8-inch Super AMOLED display with Corning Glass 2 to make it tough to break. Running on a 1.5GHz dualcore processor, there’s an 8-Megapixel rear-facing camera and 1.9-Megapixel front facing one with MicroSD card support to expand on the 16GB or 32GB internal storage. If you are a Windows Phone fan, this is clearly a smartphone you need to keep an eye on.
Price: TBC | Release date: October/November 2012