There's plenty of new Philips kit to get our teeth in to, so let's start with that most ubiquitos of items, the iPod dock. Philips' DC910 'docking entertainment system' cuts a wide, B&W Zeppelin-esque form, and sits on a pedestal stand or can be wall-mounted.
The DC910 will of course charge your iPod as it plays your tunes, using wOOx technology speakers that promise to deliver deep, powerful bass. Elsewhere there's a USB input and SD/MMC card reader.
Moving on to its own MP3 players, there are some new additions to the smart SA52 range of portables. The 4GB SA5245 offers up to 25 hours of audio playback and 5 hours of video, with an 8GB version to come, too.
From portable to MP3 to portable DVD, and the launch of the DCP951. Not just a DVD player with a 9in screen and compatability with DivX and MPEG4 discs, it also offers a retractable iPod dock.
If you're after something a little less portable, you could try the DVP3980 DVD player, complete with HDMI out and upscaling to 1080p.
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In the meat market that is the TV industry, Philips has its 9600 and 9700 Series of sets as we know, and was also a demonstrating a pre-production model of Aurea II - there should be more of this at the IFA Show in Berlin.
Lastly, is the NP110 Streamium network music player, which connects to your PC to play WMA and MP3 files across your home network.
All these products should be landing very soon, and we'll look to bring you more details, news and reviews as and when we get it...