[CES 2011] You might already be numb to tablet devices, considering the number of them that are on show at CES, that being said, Panasonic has unveiled a new line of tablet devices under its VIERA brand, which is normally associated with its TVs. It’s described as a tablet-type terminal and is designed to be a secondary display for pictures and data related to the programs that you’re watching on your Panasonic VIERA TV. These tablets will be available in 4-, 7- and 10-inch sizes, not to mention feature a shock resistant design and long battery life. Panasonic is launching the VIERA tablet over in Japan today, though pricing has yet to be announced.
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