Philips products: All the details from IFA 2011

Android docks, pocket camcorders and more

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A round-up of Philips' most interesting tech offerings from IFA 2011

It's day two at IFA 2011, and Philips has been busy showing off what it has in store for consumers with its Philips 9000, 8000, and 7000 Smart LED TVs amongst the headline-grabbing announcements.

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But that's not all what Philips had to tempt us with as we check out the other key announcements from the Philips IFA 2011 press conference.

Philips Fidelio SoundRing and SoundCurve

Adding to its popular Fidelio range, the SoundRing and SoundCurve are new wireless speakers which both come with Apple AirPlay support. The SoundRing aims to create room-filling sound using technology which features four high definition drivers. It also comes with a rechargeable battery and charging cradle giving you music on the go for up to five hours. The SoundCurve similarly promises crystal-clear sound and deep bass reproduction with a sleek, elegant design to boot.

Philips Fidelio Headphones L1

Next up, Philips is bringing its Fidelio brand to the high-end headphone market promising the same impressive audio performance we found with the Philips Fidelio iPod docks. High definition speakers and 40mm high definition optimally vented neodymium drivers will deliver the rich, polished sound, with memory foam cushion and aluminium housing ensure they look and feel as good as they sound.

Philips Fidelio Docking Stations for Android

Available in three models, the AS851, AS351 and AS111, Android users now have somewhere made specifically to liberate their tunes. The AS851 is the largest of the three docks, with the AS351 made for both home and mobile use while the AS111 features neodymium speakers to fill your large bedroom with 360 degree sound.

Philips PicoPix

Catering for those who love filming on the move, the PicoPix projectors are currently only prototypes but have 40 and 80 lumens which can project 120-inch images with a contrast ration of 1000:1 and will bost connections for multiple devices when it does eventually launch.

ESee HD Camcorder with WiFi

The pocket-friendly HD video camcorder has built-in Wi-Fi making it easy to share and upload your pictures for the world to see. A simple swipe of the 3-inch touchscreen will get you on your way to sharing your full HD 1080p footage to the likes of YouTube, Facebook and Twitter. Other notable features include a 10-megapixel camera with anti-blur technology face and smile detection and auto-focus which should cater for all your still snapping needs.

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