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46" 9000 LED Series

46" 9000 LED Series There are millions of ways to tell a story. There’s only one way to watch one, on Europe’s best LCD TV of the year!* Once again, the EISA experts have debated and deliberated. And this year, they gave their prestigious ‘‘LCD TV of the Year 2010-2011’’award to our 46" 9000 LED series for having the best performance and picture quality. This makes it the 10th consecutive year that we’ve won. See you here again next year? www.philips.com/eisa *46PFL9705 – was voted the EISA European LCD TV of the year 2010-2011

News EISA honours year’s top CE products Panasonic, Philips, Pioneer, Sony and Sharp among 2010 winners international Official Daily News Source for International Visitors at IFA IFA International is a CLEVERDIS Publication 65 avenue Jules Cantini - Tour Méditerranée – 13006 Marseille • France Tel: + 33 442 77 46 00 • Fax: + 33 442 77 46 01 SARL capitalised at e128,250 - VAT FR 95413604471 / RCS Marseille 413 604 471 info@cleverdis.com www.cleverdis.com During IFA: Press Center – Hall 6.3 – Room 401 Tel: +49 (0)30 3038 81136 / Fax: +49 (0)30 3038 81146 @ifa-international.org www.ifa-international.org EISA Honorees In a world of information saturation, consumers are increasingly seeking reliable reference points. EISA (the European Imaging and Sound Association) understood this some time ago – which is why EISA Awards have become, over the past quarter of century, the CE industry’s benchmark of quality. The positive impact of an EISA award on the future sales has not escaped the manufacturing community – as can be seen at IFA press conferences, where executives are quick to flag up any product has been honoured by an EISA Award. The big day in 2010 was last Friday, when the Adlon hotel played host to top CE manufacturers’ marketing directors from around the world. Among the 2010 winners were Panasonic, whose TX-P50VT20 took the honours as best European 3D Plasma TV; Philips, which took the gong for best European LCD TV with its 46PFL9705 model; Pioneer with its XW-NAC3 Home Sound System, with its AVC-F20BT in-car navy media system, with its TS-SW3001 in-car subwoofer; Devialet D-Premier High- End Audio and Sony, whose BRAVIA KDL- 52HX900 voted European 3D LCD TV of the year. The prize for the best European TV Innovation went to Sharp for its Quattron RGBY technology, which enhances picture brightness and helps reduce power consumption. EISA President, Jorge Gonçalves, said: “At EISA, we attempt to help consumers make decisions based on quality rather than quantity, and to discern the difference between entry-level and cheap, as well as between high price and high quality.” The evening also saw the launch of the third edition of the publication Sustainable Development Initiatives (SDI), which spotlights the green products awarded by EISA and takes a close-up look at some of the eco-industry’s movers and shakers. • Publisher: Gérard Lefebvre • Publishing Director: Jean-Guy Bienfait • Project Manager: Bettina Badon • Editor-in-Chief: Richard Barnes • Associate Editor: Jooree Cho • Editorial team: Neil Crossley, Michael Demiak, Marc Dezzani, Joe Morgan, Julian Newby, Emmanuel Poidevin, Gary Smith, Jo Stephens • Photos: Didier Baverel • Videos: Cine plus Media Service GmbH & Co. KG • Art Director: Hélène Beunat • Design & Page Setting: Valentina Russo, Guillaume Vinrich • Webmaster: Benjamin Ras • Marketing Manager: Jean-François Pieri • With the participation of: Chaofeng Chen, Pia Dewenter, Anthony Faget, Raphaël Pinot, Daniella Plastinina, Masha Polshinskaya, Marjorie Sanch, Valérie Sok To contact them : first name.last name@ifa-international.org • Cover: © Photo - All rights reserved • Printing: Möller Druck und Verlag GmbH (Berlin, Germany) © CLEVERDIS 2010 - Registration of Copyright September 2010 Information presented in this publication is purely indicative in order to illustrate subjectts contained therein. No guarantee can be given as to the accuracy of data or content at time of printing and thus the latter should not be used for professional or commercial ends. While all efforts have been made as to accuracy and pertinence of content and data contained in this publication, CLEVERDIS may in no case be held responsible for the consequences, whatever their nature may be, that may result from the interpretation of this data or content, or any eventual errors therein. Any reproduction of the content of this publication, even partial, by any means whatsoever, is strictly prohibited without the prior autorisation of the publisher. Any copy, whether by photography, photography film, magnetic tape, disc or other means constitutes a forgery, liable to punishment under French law according to the legislation of 11th March 1957 covering copyright. All brands cited in this publication are registered trade marks and/or belong to companies which are their respective proprietors. The publishers and editorial staff decline all responsibility as to opinions formulated in this publication by those interviewed or cited therein. Their opinions are entirely their own, and are included with the understanding that they contain, to our knowledge, no malicious intent. The inclusion of all texts, photographs and other documents supplied by those included in the encyclopaedia imply the acceptance by their authors of their free publication therein. Documents and photographs will not be returned. It should be understood that this publication contains forward-looking statements that involve risks, uncertainties and assumptions. All statements other than statements of historical fact are statements that could be deemed forward-looking statements. Risks, uncertainties and assumptions include assumptions relating to the timing of the recorded date. If any of these risks or uncertainties materialises or any of these assumptions proves incorrect, actual results could differ materially from the expectations outlined in these statements. Cleverdis assumes no obligation and does not intend to update these forward-looking statements during the period of publication. Photo Credits and Copyright: All Rights Reserved. Jean-Francois Pieri, Marketing Director at Cleverdis, which publishes SDI and IFA International, said: “This publication has become a true reference for the trade when it comes to sustainability. Our partnership with EISA allows major European buyers to obtain strategic information on the key aspects of sustainability, which is increasingly important to consumers.” The participation of DSGi Director Dr Utho Creusen in the latest edition of SDI underlines this trend. For the full list of the 2010 EISA Award winners, please visit: www.eisa.eu and for for more information on SDI, please visit www.cleversdi.org 1950 1943 1944 1945 1946 1947 1948 1949 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 FLASHBACK BVT has been at IFA since the 1950’s. It’s one of the most important fairs for the industry as we not only see the innovations in the industry, but also we do lots of business for end of year sales. One of the most important changes I saw was the movement from only showcasing brown goods to now showcasing brown and white goods. Now the two retail groups are together. Yours, Willy Fischel, CEO, Bundesverband für Technik im Einzelhandel – (Federal Association of the Technical Retail Trade) IFA in 1950… www.ifa-international.org IFA International • Monday, 6 th September 2010 3

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