CES 2011: Show Floor Coverage (Part 5)

Panasonic's Booth

Panasonic's Booth

Known for both its Viera range of television sets, Lumix range of cameras and Toughbook brand of notebooks, we popped by Panasonic's massive booth to check out what they have. Well, apart from some new surprises, it would seem Panasonic's booth focused more on the content and how it is delivered to you in your home, like 3D broadcasting. We also saw some home theater set ups and a new lens for the GF2 to take 3D pictures, and Hollywood directors who came down for a chat session at the booth.

Panasonic's booth is really huge, with plenty of space to walk around and even a section for a chat session with Hollywood directors.

Baz Luhrmann (Moulin Rouge) and Michael Mann (Public Enemies) and Oliver Stone (Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps) at the Panasonic booth for a discussion.

One of the more crowded parts of the booth was the section where Panasonic was showing off a Veira tablet. The cool thing about this tablet is the ability to control your TV sets and changing channels by just flicking the video channel in your tablet upwards to your TV set.

New Blu-ray players from Panasonic: the DMP-BDT210, the DMP-BDT310 and  the DMP-BDT110. Each unit has their own distinctive features, but all share Skype capabilities and 3D Blu-ray playback.

Here's a bunch of new slim stereo players that will probably soon make their way to the market soon.

The 50-inch version of Panasonic's Plasma GT30 series showing just how much football fans will enjoy having 3D sports in their living room.