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Panasonic press conference at CES 2015

Panasonic will map out a post-plasma TV future at its CES 2015 press conference in Las Vegas.

  • James Martin 1/5/2015 6:15:08 PM
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    As do the massage chairs, which might be my favourite Panasonic product.
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    Spartan races, marathons... a lot of running and sweating with Panasonic, it seems.
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    "So watch out GoPro," says Bauer when talking SpartanRace action cam partnership.
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    We're onto the Lumix brand.
  • nic.healey 1/5/2015 6:18:24 PM
    Panasonic might be pushing the camera side of the CM1, but it can still function like a full Android phone, complete with 4G LTE connectivity.
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    "These are the world's first consumer camcorders to come equipped with a high-dynamic range video function," Bauer says of new 4K video cameras.
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    Technics, Panasonic's hi-fi audio line, is back at CES after a 4-year hiatus.
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    Panasonic "has a solution" for the connected home. Bauer says the company has four packages for home security and monitoring.
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    The Technics brand has been much loved by DJs for a while now.
  • Nick Statt 1/5/2015 6:21:44 PM
    We're seeing a slapstick Santa Claus smart home ad -- imagine that!
  • nic.healey 1/5/2015 6:21:52 PM
    "Connected home" but so far no mention of "internet of things".
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  • Nick Statt 1/5/2015 6:22:50 PM
    Right, Internet of Things would seem to imply some connection to wearables and other connected devices, instead of a fully featured family of gadgets Panasonic can sell consumers, no strings attached.
  • nic.healey 1/5/2015 6:23:02 PM
    Panasonic has put some of its connected cameras around Las Vegas so people at the booth can have a look around. Cute idea.
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    Panasonic part of the UHD 4K alliance that was just announced.
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    FINALLY -- a Blu-ray player capable of playing native 4K and HDR content.
  • James Martin 1/5/2015 6:24:39 PM
  • Nick Statt 1/5/2015 6:24:42 PM
    Bauer is now talking up Panasonic's new UHD alliance with Samsung, Netflix, Disney and others to bring 4K standards to the industry -- so that 4K TV buyers have something to watch.
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    Panasonic's first new 4K TV is onstage.
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    This is the CX850 series of TVs.
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    Panasonic will have the TVs lined up with professional studio monitors at the stand, so you can comes and see just how great the panels are, says Bauer.
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    Mozilla CTO in a video to talk about Firefox OS coming to Panasonic TVs.
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    It'll be on all Life+Screen smart TVs in 2015.
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    There will be a total of four 4K TV series and nine different new models this year at CES, Bauer says.
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    The gluten-free bread maker returns.
  • nic.healey 1/5/2015 6:28:29 PM
    Panasonic now on appliances. Apparently the company has its own "vegetable factories" to help it study... well, vegetables.
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