Comments: 0Saturday, February 5th 2011 - 12:00 CET
Panasonic has developed a new smart terminal called the Panasonic VIERA Tablet to enable easy access to a variety of cloud services in conjunction with the Panasonic VIERA digital televisions. The Panasonic VIERA Tablet, which will be put in the global market within this year, marks Panasonic’s first step toward cloud-based services including video streaming and e-books. Various prototypes of the new Panasonic tablet have been showcased at the CES 2011 in Las Vegas.
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Comments: 0Saturday, February 5th 2011 - 11:55 CET
Panasonic has announced three new Full HD camcorders to its 2011 camcorder line, the Pansonic HDC-TM900, HDC-HS900 and HDC-SD800. The new full-HD camcorders feature 1920x1080 pixel resolution with 1080/60p recording detailed videos, and can also shoot 3D videos when used with Panasonic’s optional 3D Conversion Lens (Panasonic VW-CLT1 3d lens). Incorporating Panasonic’s 3MOS system - an technology used in professional equipment - the Panasonic camcorders record bright, low-noise videos, even in low lighting. Other features include a manual ring (Panasonic TM900 / HS900) for increased creativity, a 20x zoom and an 3.5” touchscreen LCD on the Panasonic TM900 and HS900.
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Comments: 0Friday, January 22nd 2010 - 13:27 CET
Last year, the specifications of a new generation of Secure Digital flash (SD) memory cards were made public. And these were, to put it lightly, impressive. With SD as base and SDHC (SD High Capacity) for higher storage capacities of a maximum of 32GB, a heavy specification requirement was set for every new type of card that would take over after SDHC. However, anyone taking a look at the SDXH (Secure Digital eXtended Capacity) roadmap, and sees a storage capacity of 2TB and a bus interface speed of 104MB/sec to 300MB/sec in a later phase, will soon be convinced. Panasonic starts off this year with the introduction of the first 48GB and 64GB SDXC memory cards.
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Comments: 1Friday, January 22nd 2010 - 13:26 CET
There was literally no escaping it, the 3D thunderstorm hit like a fast-moving train through the halls of the Las Vegas Convention Centre during the Consumer Electronics Show. Various arrangements with diverse high-end 3D multimedia content were shown, the one even more convincing than the other, so that one thing was clear: 3D will definitely be conquering a place in the living room. The Plasma, LED and other HDTV screens each look fantastic, the one slimmer and more beautiful designed than the other, but with the common denominator of the 3D glasses. We all have to subscribe to it, at least if we want to experience 3D at our homes.
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Comments: 0Sunday, November 1st 2009 - 10:20 CET
Panasonic projector systems company, Unit of Panasonic North America, announced the debut of its newest LCD home theater projector with 1080p (1920x1080 pixels) native resolution: the Panasonic PT-AE4000U. Designed for home theater enthusiasts and audio video professionals who desire an immersive home entertainment viewing experience, the new Panasonic HD LCD projector delivers 1080p pictures with remarkable detail and clarity with 1,600 lumen brightness and 100,000:1 contrast ratio. The Panasonic PT-AE4000U 1080p high definition home theater projector is made in Japan and will be available in the United States in November from authorized dealers with an MSRP of $2,499.
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Comments: 0Tuesday, March 31st 2009 - 23:20 CEST
Panasonic continues its tradition of innovation with the development of the World’s No.1 long lasting AA alkaline battery. Outperforming competitors on common industry tests, the new Panasonic EVOIA battery has entered the Guinness Book of World Records as the World’s No.1 long lasting AA alkaline battery, and is the first battery to receive the prestigious official Guinness World Record recognition. To demonstrate the endurance of the new batteries, Panasonic challenged a 17cm robot to scale a 530m rope at the Grand Canyon. Powered only by a pair of the AA batteries, Panasonic’s robot climbed the rope in less than seven hours. The new batteries will deliver a longer service life than other alkaline batteries and have a 7 year shelf life.
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Comments: 0Monday, September 29th 2008 - 12:23 CEST
Proving that there is still room to enhance the performance of batteries, Panasonic introduced the EVOLTA battery, which is recognized by Guinness World Records as the world’s “longest lasting AA alkaline battery cell” in more devices. The recognition was the first of its kind for Guinness, which created a new category for batteries. The Panasonic EVOLTA Alkaline battery lasts longer in more devices than the company’s own previous-generation AA alkalines as well as those from other brands. “I believe that EVOLTA is the solution for all consumers that will enhance everyday life by delivering superior energy solutions,” said Matt Sora, vice president of marketing for Panasonic Battery Corp.
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Comments: 0Wednesday, September 5th 2007 - 11:00 CEST
Panasonic, a leader in High Definition technology and market leader in Flat Panel HDTVs announced that the company will release a 16GB Pro High Speed SDHC Memory Card. The new card, designated RP-SDV16GU1K, featuring both high capacity and high speed, will be globally released in November 2007 with an estimated retail price of $319.99. The arrival of Panasonic’s 16GB model further strengthens its Pro High Speed line-up which now offers five models: 1GB, 2GB, 4GB, 8GB and 16GB card sizes with the Class 6 Speed specification.
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