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Panasonic is getting ready to join the smartphone bandwagon.
Last Friday, Panasonic announced that the company has plans to release its smartphone into the European market in March of next year. The company has not dropped the name of its latest device but its features have already been revealed. It comes with a 4.3-inch qHD OLED screen and also designed to be waterproof and dust-proof. The projected sales of Panasonic are 1.5 million smartphone in Europe next year and 15 million units by 2016.
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With Lumix DMC-GF3, you will always be on the go to capture those sweet and funny memories with your friends and love ones.
With Lumix DMC-GF3, you will always be on the go to capture those sweet and funny memories with your friends and love ones. This newest add-on to the gigantic collection of Panasonic’s Micro Four Thirds shooters seem to be the center of attention in most social media websites and technology newsRead the rest of the article »
Panasonic starts to toughen up – their line of notebooks that is, as it launches the Toughbook CF-53.
The Panasonic Toughbook CF-53 is Panasonic’s new semi-rugged notebook, for consumers in tough work environments or for those who just want their notebook extra sturdy.
Seen as the toughened up predecessor of the Toughbook 52, the Toughbook 53 is smaller, more durable and lighter at 5.6 pounds.
The new Toughbook 53 sports a larger touchpad, boasts of a 14-inch display, LED-backlit LCD with a native resolution of 1,366 x 768 pixels (HD), while a 7,200 RPM HDD provides storage space.Read the rest of the article »
From natural disaster to economic downturn, Japan's LCD suppliers shut down due to damages from last Friday's earthquake.
Following a treacherous 8.9 magnitude earthquake and tsunami last Friday in Japan, LCD providers Toshiba, Hitachi and Panasonic are reporting that they are closing down their LCD plants due to damages. Toshiba and Hitachi announced that they will halt assembly lines for around a month, while Panasonic, on the other hand, isn’t sure when it’s Chiba-based LCD plant will get back on its feet.Read the rest of the article »
The sales on 3D TV surpassed the HD TV market adoption? How true could that be?
In an attempt to recover the big investments made in 3D technology, the industry has been in survival mode for quite a while. But this time, Panasonic CTO, Eisuke Tsuyuzaki, claims that the masses have finally warmed to the 3D TV platform. According to the CTO, “Within North America, the industry shipped some 2 million Full HD 3D enabled televisions after just nine months on the market.”
While people can say that Eisuke Tsuyuzaki has a point regarding the market’s quick adoption of 3D TVs, the statement needs to contextualize. Panasonic and its competitors committed just a part of the budget to get HD TV in the market compared to 3D. In addition to this, the 3D TV platform also had a showcase film – the Avatar – to reveal what it’s really capable of, but the sales were still slow out of the gate.
Maybe 3D TV viewing can become a big business. But suggesting that the industry is where they hoped it would be is a lie.View Article Source »
Panasonic just revealed its new family member: The Lumix DMC-TS3. The camera that is ideal for the wild outdoors is set to hit the market this March.
Panasonic’s Lumix T series got a new member — the Lumix DMC-TS3. The 12.1-megapixel camera is designed to endure a drop from 6.6ft. high, a temperature as low as 14 degrees Fahrenheit, and an underwater environment up to 40ft. deep. The Lumix DMC-TS3 is also friendly to the wild outdoors with its built-in GPS receiver and compass, altimeter and barometer.
Furthermore, Panasonic’s Lumix DMC-TS3 also features a new 3D mode. The camera will record 20 consecutive images as the user pans across a scene. After that, the Lumix DMC-TS3 will overlay the two best photos to create a 3D image file. Unfortunately, the file can only be viewed using a compatible 3D HDTVs and not on the camera itself.Read the rest of the article »
The CES 2011 was practically a warzone between two of the largest television manufacturers on the planet, Sony and Panasonic, as they show off their lineup of 3D and HDTVs that leaves us mesmerized to say the least.
Sony and Panasonic, two of the world’s largest electronics manufacturer, didn’t leave a corner unturned as each of their presentation for their 3D and HDTV lineup was definitely a sight beyond anything we’ve ever seen yet. And what really caught our attention was their flagship models, the Sony XBR-HX929 and Panasonic’s VT30. And while they dish each other out by having the fanciest features and sharp designs, we just couldn’t decide who’d win this battle. Although Sony was pretty confident that by 2013, they will be the number one manufacturer in the entire world. Panasonic, and definitely other brands, would not let it happen anytime soon. Panasonic continues the streak of becoming the best. See the details of Sony and Panasonic’s flagship TVs after the break!Read the rest of the article »
CEATEC 2010 convention unveiled products that are truly eye-catching. First, the Panasonic Lumix camera 3D, the Lumix phone and now the Fujitsu's latest phone. The dual function phone that will be released one of these days.
The CEATEC 2010 unveiled a few attractive gadgets to look forward to. Fujitsu is among those companies who showed prototypes and concept designs. Among these prototypes are a couple of Windows Phone 7 devices. One that caught every eye is the dual-screen design, dual configuration device. A modern twist to the flip phone.
But everything is just a show. No specs, release dates and all. For your eyes only. But surely, Fujitsu’s double slater is much more impressive than the T900.View Article Source »
The invasion of 3D is going strong. From glasses to TVs to movies. Now, during the Ceatec 2010 event, a 3D camera was unwrapped.
Panasonic unveiled its latest peraphernalia on photography. It’s a 3-D consumer camera which is dubbed as the Lumix DMC-GH2 camera along with a special lens. This sweet thing costs $250 carrying a 18-megapixel imaging sensor which allows the camera to shoot 16-megapixel images. The sensory captures 1080p high definition footages at 60 frames per sec. But the huge drawback is that it outputs at 1080i.
You can still capture images using its 3-D lenses. But you cannot shoot videos with it. Erica Ogg from CNET has something to say to it.Read the rest of the article »
Panasonic surprised us with another product that can alternate as a phone and as a camera.
The camera phone also has a flash and lens as wide as 27mm. Its lens is multicoated to reduce flare while taking pictures. Another superb feature is the Jump technology made for easy photo-sharing. Lumix phone uses Auto (iA) name for its auto mode.
It comes in four colors: blue, gold, black and pink. For now, it is exclusive to the Japan market.View Article Source »
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