Most of the big gadget players haven't even finished setting up their booths of techie joy over here at IFA, but that hasn't stopped a stack of new treats finding their way into our hands.
We've seen the world's thinnest LCD TV, the 9.9mm Bravia ZS1 from Sony, followed straight away by its fat friend, the 23mm Sharp XS1. Sony's also been busy unveiling some rather sharp looking new Walkmans and the awesome new Cybershot T500, which can shoot video in 720p hi-def.
Pure's been hard at it too, unveiling the new One Classic and their first iPod dock, the x10. Add to that TomTom's new GOx40 series and a new Toshiba DVD deck and you've got plenty of new gadget-shaped delights to add to your early Christmas list.
The real revealation though has been the LG X110 netbook. Originally slated to make its first appearance next week, it was spotted today in all its Asus-baiting glory. You can read all about it and everything else, over in the news feed.
We'll be bringing you more news tomorrow, and remember to stay primed for a special Stuff.tv vidcast too.
This blog was written using an Asus Eee PC 901 using a T Mobile 3G dongle