- News tagged "panasonic"
Tuesday, 7 Jan 2014
Panasonic's Plasma TV business may be dead, but according to Panasonic Consumer Electronics President, Julie Bauer, that doesn't mean Plasma-quality TVs are dead. The company unveiled a new 4K TV at CES 2014 today, which Bauer claims will deliver "plasma level quality with LED technology."
Panasonic is releasing four brand new Lumix digital cameras, along with the Leica DG NOCTICRON 42.5mm / F1.2 ASPH lens.
Monday, 4 Nov 2013
Panasonic has announced that they will be exiting the plasma TV market with almost immediate effect. Production of all new units is stated to stop by December 2013.
Thursday, 17 Oct 2013
Panasonic has announced a new premium, ultra-compact mirrorless system camera. The Lumix DMC-GM1 boasts an incredibly compact body but is also a powerhouse - it has the same 16MP sensor inside as the Lumix GX7.
Sunday, 8 Sep 2013
At IFA 2013, Panasonic is also showing its SC-HTE80 Speaker Board, which is a sound bar that can go directly underneath a 42-inch TV.
Saturday, 7 Sep 2013
Aimed at business and pro users, the Panasonic 20-inch 4K UHD tablet has a 10-point multi-touch screen, a thickness of just 12.5mm, and weighs 2.4kg
Panasonic has announced the TX-L65WT600, a 65-inch 4K UHDTV. This is the first 4K TV to support the HDMI 2.0 standard out of the box.
Friday, 6 Sep 2013
After suffering US$15 billion in losses over the last two financial years, Panasonic has announced that it will pull out of the consumer smartphone market. This comes just a year after attempting to expand its smartphone business to Europe in March 2012.
Thursday, 1 Aug 2013
Panasonic has just announced the successor to the Lumix DMC-GX1, called the Lumix DMC-GX7. New features include a 2,764K-dot tilting LVF (live viewfinder), a 1,040K-dot tilting rear touch-screen, optical image stabilization and a newly designed 16MP image sensor. Hit the link for more.
Tuesday, 30 Jul 2013
Sony and Panasonic have announced that they will be working together to develop next-gen optical discs for professional use. The first target is an optical disc with recording capacity of at least 300GB by the end of 2015.