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Panasonic DMP-BDT300 3D Blu-ray disc player

02/16/2010, Panasonic has just rolled out its first 3D Blu-ray disc player, known as the DMP-BDT300. This model will boast Panasonic’s UniPhier LSI chip that allows the device to cope with the throughput required to display nearly double the information...

Panasonic Let’s Note R9 high end notebook

02/11/2010, Panasonic’s Let’s Note R9 notebook is a high end 10″ model that sports a 1,024 x 768 resolution for its 10.4″ display, powered by an Intel Core i7 processor that might just surprise people who would most probably mistake this for...

Panasonic Toughbook H1 Field – Rugged Tablet PC

02/10/2010, [MWC] Today, Panasonic announced the latest model of its Toughbook series, the H1 Field. Geared toward field sales personnel, maintenance workers, first responders and healthcare professionals, the new Panasonic Toughbook H1 Field gets the optional...

Panasonic EH-SA91 Nano-Care Ion Steamer

02/05/2010, If you’re the type of person who cares about the condition of your skin, chances are you’ve looked into various facial products before. Panasonic seems like it wants to get some of your business too, as it is offering the EH-SA91 Nano-Care Ion...

New Polarizer Film To Boost Contrast Of LCD TVs

01/26/2010, Do you think that LCD TVs can still improve? Well, a Japanese company called Zeon claims that it will be able to do so, thanks to a film it has developed for the polarizing plates of LCD screens, which would boost picture contrast significantly. This...

Panasonic EP-MS40 Massage Sofa

01/25/2010, The word ‘sofa’ here can be quite misleading, as the Panasonic EP-MS40 Massage Sofa can seat only a single buttock at any one time. Perhaps a chair would be better suited, but that won’t take away the fact that this 34″ tall...

Panasonic Has Some Nifty Toilet Seats

01/21/2010, The Japanese seem to incorporate some rather advanced technology into everything, and this time Panasonic has come up with some rather techie toilet seats. The toilet seats sport a variety of sensors that can detect you entering or leaving the room and...

Panasonic DMP-BD65 Blu-ray player

01/20/2010, Panasonic’s latest DMP-BD65 Blu-ray player is ready to hit the Japanese market a day after Valentine’s, retailing for €305 thereabouts. Measuring a mere 199mm slim, you get a host of specifications and features including x.v.Color, BD...

Panasonic 48GB and 64GB SDXC memory cards

01/20/2010, Panasonic has just released its 48GB and 64GB SDXC memory cards alongside a USB card reader which is capable of handling the SDXC format with aplomb. You will find that both cards come in the Class10 speed range, enabling it to hit a whopping 22MB/sec....

Panasonic and Toshiba SDXC cards out soon

01/13/2010, Remember the SDXC memory cards that we looked at last year? Having being announced at CES 2009 (did you notice that those guys at the SDXC booth this year used the same banner as last year’s?), both Panasonic and Toshiba are very close to rolling...

Panasonic Twin-lens Full HD 3D Camcorder

01/09/2010, [CES 2010] With the popularity of the 3D version of Avatar, a lot of people are going to be taking 3D movies more seriously now, and Panasonic looks like it’s in a good position to capitalize on that, thanks to its newly announced twin-lens full HD...

Panasonic Skype in TV hands-on

01/07/2010, [CES 2010] We went to check the live demo of Skype embedded in Panasonic’s HDTVs. It seems very simple to use (more so than on a PC), and you really get full screen video, but that’s definitely not in HD. The content was in SD, and upscale...

Skype Now Sports HD Video Calls

01/05/2010, It seems like televisions aren’t the only things going high-def in 2010, as Skype 4.2 beta will also support HD video calls, as long as users have a HD webcam and enough bandwidth. The software was actually available back in early December 2009, but...

33.4GB Per Layer On Your Blu-ray Discs Coming?

01/02/2010, While 25GB on a disc a few years back seemed like a lot of data, we might be able to get 33.4GB per DVD layer in the near future. Panasonic and Sony have revealed that a technology, i-MLSE (Maximum Likelihood Sequence Estimation) that can provide a third...