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Panasonic HomeHawk HD Remote Home Monitoring System (0)

People hold home security in high regard. It is one of those characteristics of today’s home that many families are increasingly investing in. After all, nothing beats having a peace of mind knowing that your home is secure and safe. This new Panasonic HomeHawk HD Remote Home Monitoring System ensures that it always stays that way. Uncertainty can drive the fear among home owners when it comes to a secure home. The Panasonic HomeHawk HD Remote Home Monitoring System aims to banish such fears by providing people with a way to monitor their homes wherever they may be.  The Panasonic HomeHawk HD Remote Home Monitoring System does just that. It can be configured to be a single full-color HD camera to monitor one’s front door. Unlike most camera systems, this camera features a 172-degree angle lens that can cover a door from top to bottom as well as the entry area from left to right. It also operated without wires and is weather-resistant as well. TheHomeHawk HD Remote Home Monitoring System can also be combined with other 16 HD cameras to provide visual monitoring of the entire home perimeter or keep an eye on what is happening inside the home. In addition, all HomeHawk HD cameras come with two-way audio with speakers and microphone built-in. Gone are the days when security cameras provide only low-grade and blurry black and white video. You can now have full-color HDquality surveillance video for improved home security. Its wireless capabilities and with smartphone app supportfor viewing and control, this home security system takes it to another level. Panasonic has recently introduced this new home security system at CES 2018 held in Las Vegas last January. Pricing details and availability is to be announced at a later date. Image Source: Panasonic   Read More

Panasonic HX-A1 Wearable Action Camera (0)

Action cameras have become quite popular now that people like to broadcast what they do on their daily lives. But in the case of such cameras, they are designed to record the action. People have become so enamored about learning each other's lives that they constantly try to connect every aspect of their lives to others online. And what you get is a web of connected lives not limited by distance or time. After all, sharing every life tidbit online has become a 24/7 habit for some. If you wish to record all that action and share it, this new Panasonic HX-A1 Wearable Action Camera may be a good gadget to have around. The Panasonic HX-A1 Wearable Action Camera is a compact, POV action camera that people can wear as they easily go on and record their lives. It is designed for people who crave for action and adventure all the time and prefer to have their exploits recorded and shared for all to see. Weighing just 45 grams, it may not be a hinder to have or wear as it records video in Full HD. The rugged structure of this camera makes it ideal for use in the outdoors and any types of weather. Whether in wet, dry, hot or cold conditions, the Panasonic HX-A1 Wearable Action Camera will continue to capture every moment in video for you. The Panasonic HX-A1 Wearable Action Camera is also capable of capturing video even in darkness. Using an IR light source and a Night Mode filter, users of the Panasonic HX-A1 Wearable Action Camera can capture videos in the dark or even in places where lighting conditions may not always be ideal. The action camera also comes with WiFi built-in as well as the ability to simultaneously record two videos as one when connected to a compatible Panasonic camcorder via WiFi. Other features include Loop recording as well as recording videos in slow motion. The Panasonic HX-A1 Wearable Action Camera is expected to be available sometime this year. No word yet on the actual date or the expected retail price for this new POV action camera. Image Source: PR Newswire Read More

Panasonic LUMIX TS6 Rugged Digital Camera (0)

There is a general perception today that new gadgets are not made as tough as they used to be. It may be one reason why it is easier for people to change or upgrade to newer devices year after year. Although this perception is still up for debate, it is not always an accurate generalization. There are newer gadgets that are also built to be tough. One example is this new Panasonic LUMIX TS6 Digital Camera. The new Panasonic LUMIX TS6 Digital Camera is built to be tough. After all, it is the new digital camera coming from Panasonic's rugged TS Series of digital cameras. This digital camera is designed for outdoor use and in rugged conditions that other similar digital cameras may not be able to stand up to. The Panasonic LUMIX TS6 Digital Camera is durable and tough. It is waterproof for up to depths of 43 feet. It is also shockproof and can withstand drops of up to 6.6 feet. It is also freeze proof for temperatures as low as 14 degrees F, not to mention that it is also dustproof and can withstand pressure of even the most severe weather conditions and elements. The Panasonic LUMIX TS6 Digital Camera features a 16.1 MP high sensitivity MOS sensor and the advanced and high-speed Venus Engine image processor. It also comes with a 28mm ultra wide-angle view lens with 4.6x optical zoom. This rugged camera can also capture Full HD video. To make online image sharing more convenient, the Panasonic LUMIX TS6 Digital Camera is also WiFi ready. Near Field Communication or NFC technology features also allow the digital camera to connect with other compatible devices such as smartphones and tablets without the need to connect with cables or find a WiFi hotspot. Through this connectivity, users are able to make use of a connected device as a secondary monitor or enable control of other digital camera features. They can also set the secondary device to watch a recorded video live on the smartphone or tablet aside from the camera's 3-inch TFT LCD screen. The Panasonic LUMIX TS6 Digital Camera is designed not only for use by rugged outdoor adventurers but also avid photographers who like to share their photos and videos online. It is the digital camera of choice to bring along on your next outdoor adventure. The Panasonic LUMIX TS6 Digital Camera is available for pre-order at the Panasonic site for around $300. This rugged digital camera is expected to be available by late April of this year. Image Source: Panasonic Read More

Panasonic Toughpad FZ-B2 Tablet (0)

Most of the tablets used today are mainly for casual use. It became popular as a portable entertainment device for people on the go. But tablets can also become quite valuable for use in different businesses. However, the typical tablet most people use may not cut it for rugged use in a work environment. It may take a special tablet like the new Panasonic Toughpad FZ-B2 to become relevant as a device for the workforce. The Panasonic Toughpad FZ-B2 Tablet is specially designed for rugged environments. It is designed to be dust and water-resistant as well as survive drops for up to 5 feet high. Its performance is just as powerful. It comes with a Quad-core Intel Celeron N2930 processor running on Android 4.4. It also features a 7-inch multi-touch display with a daylight-readable screen, making it perfect for outdoor use. Enterprise grade software encryption ensures that data and information are protected and secured on the device. Other features include a 2GB SDRAM, 32GB internal memory and up to 64GB additional storage through a microSD card. What may make the Panasonic Toughpad FZ-B2 Tablet unique is that this tablet comes with quick charging user replaceable full-shift battery. This means users need not worry about running out of power when they are out on the field as there are replacements always on standby aside from the standard 7-hour battery that tablet comes with. The Panasonic Toughpad FZ-B2 Tablet is designed for tough work. Casual users may not always appreciate its ruggedness until they try it for themselves. The Panasonic Toughpad FZ-B2 Tablet is expected to be available in the market sometime in February of next year. It is expected to cost somewhere around $1,300. As stated earlier, it is not your ordinary run of the mill tablet. Image Source: Panasonic. Read More

The Panasonic Link2Cell Handset (0)

Landlines and handsets have somewhat become obsolete, thanks to the emergence of mobile phones. With people able to bring along a smartphone everywhere they go, many felt that there is no longer a need to have a handset at home. But then again, there are also people who still have fond memories of using handsets in the past. For people yearning for some of the nostalgia of using handsets, the Panasonic Link2Cell Handset may help bring back those fond memories. The Panasonic Link2Cell  is a system of handsets that allows users to sync up their smartphone to two cordless handsets that people can use around the home. Some people no longer need to locate their smartphone or fetch it downstairs to answer a call. Having one of the Panasonic Link2Cell cordless handsets nearby will be a more convenient option. The cordless handsets connect to your smartphone via Bluetooth. The Panasonic Link2Cell system features a charging base where you can keep your smartphone charged as you take a call from one of the cordless handsets. This can help you make calls for as long as you want without having to worry about your smartphone going low on battery power. Users can also use the Panasonic Link2Cell system as a speakerphone. It comes with built-in speakers where users can also stream music from their smartphone's playlists of songs. The Link2Cell handsets also provide talking ID alerts for incoming text messages. The Panasonic Link2Cell system consists of a digital phone charging dock with built-in answering machine and two cordless handsets. It is available at Amazon for $191. Image Source: Amazon Read More

Panasonic Toughpad smartphones on display (0)

While Panasonic has given up on consumer smartphones, the Japanese company still makes gadgets for business clients. At the Mobile World Congress, a pair of new Panasonic Toughpad smartphones were on display. You can clearly see the difference on what is displayed on their 720p 5-inch screens: the FZ-X1 runs on Android 4.2.2, while the FZ-E1 has Windows Embedded 8 (pictured). Both Toughpads are over one inch thick and designed to resist dust, accidental drops, and liquid. They have a modular design, wherein some components on the back can be unscrewed and swapped out. Like their larger, tablet-sized predecessors, both devices sport rubberized buttons, port flaps, and 8-megapixel rear-facing cameras. The Panasonic Toughpad FZ-E1 features a 2.3GHz quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor, while the FZ-X1 settles itself with the 1.7GHz Snapdragon S4. Being entrepreneur-oriented, do not expect this new batch of Panasonic Toughpads to be available on retail stores and will cost around 130,000 yen ($1,300) when it officially launched later this year.. They are ideal for professionals who need a tougher mobile device such as construction workers and warehouse personnel. Source: Engadget Read More

Panasonic unveils VIERA WT600 Ultra-HD smart TV (0)

After salivating the attendees of CES 2013, Panasonic launches its first ultra-HD smart TV. The Panasonic VIERA WT600 series is the first 4K TV to offer a 60-frames-per-second input through the new HDMI 2.0 standard. Other 4K TVs available in the market are only compatible to HDMI 1.4 and can only provide up to 30fps. The Panasonic VIERA WT600 comes with the bells and whistles expected on such an advanced smart television, including an integrated camera, voice interaction, a touchpad, and a readily-available product support center. It allows you to view media content from YouTube among other sources (including USB flashdrives), navigate the Internet through an in-house browser, wirelessly transfer photos and videos from your smartphone or tablet, and personalize your home screen, all of which are displayed in beautiful ultra-high definition. As for picture quality, Panasonic's latest 4K TV trumps the competitors with an unprecedented clarity that is four times higher than standard full-HD resolution, adided by its built-in super-smart HEXA processing engine. It even has the ability to remaster original images and videos from any source up to 3,840 x 2,160 resolution courtesy of its 4K Fine Remaster Engine. This feature reveals media files in its finest of details and most delicate of colors, making it almost lifelike. The 65-inch Panasonic VIERA WT600 (64.5 inches when measured diagonally) sports a thin, silvery bevel and display stand that seems unnoticeable once your eyes become fixated over the ultra-clear images. It is now avaialble to order for "only" $5,999. Source: Mashable Read More

Panasonic to stop smartphone business in Japan (1)

Not a lot of people are aware that Panasonic, known for its consumer electronics, is producing smartphones as well. So it comes as a bit of a surprise when Nikkei reported that Panasonic plans to halt its smartphone business in Japan some time this winter, as well as shutting down its only mobile phone production plant in March 2014. The Japanese company points to the weak sales of its smartphones during the most recent quarter as one of the reasons. The company attributes this to NTT DoCoMo's price slash frenzy for Sony and Samsung handsets. But Panasonic will not leave the mobile phone business entirely. The company will still offer certain models for corporate and foreign markets, most likely the Panasonic Eluga (pictured) or the P51. It will also continue to produce its regular feature phones. Meanwhile, the Nikkei reports that Panasonic is in discussions with certain companies such as Nokia over potential acquisitions of its cellular base stations. Source: Reuters Read More

Panasonic NC-ZK1 Kettle (0)

Having hot water ready for your morning coffee or tea is usually the job of the dependable kettle. It does its work so well that people still rely on it now and again. This may be one reason why innovation for the hot water kettle is so rare. Why fix something that is not broken, right? However, that does not stop Panasonic from giving people a more modern option for heating up their water in the mornings. There is the new Panasonic NC-ZK1 Kettle for those who like to explore the other different ways of making hot water in style. The new Panasonic NC-ZK1 Kettle offers a unique approach to heating water for your coffee or tea. This stylish looking hot water kettle can heat up to 1.4 liters of water using induction technology. It is convenient as well as a safer option because of this. It comes with a base that serves as the kettle's induction heater. Users only need to place the kettle into the base to heat up the water. The design of the new Panasonic NC-ZK1 aims to save space on the kitchen countertop. Its rectangular box shape with a spout and a handle makes it easy for people to recognize as a kettle. Its stainless steel wrap complements the look with the cool touch exterior. A blue LED indicator helps users know if the kettle is heating up. An easy to view water level indicator helps users know how much water is left. Its Auto Shut Off feature ensures safety in the kitchen, especially for people who forget that they are heating up water on the stove. The Panasonic NC-ZK1 Kettle is available at Panasonic for US$180. Image Source: Panasonic Read More

New Panasonic Diga Plus Home Entertainment Systems Launched (0)

Home entertainment is rapidly evolving with the many new technologies that abound today. But the only way for them to pick up and become popular is it more and more people begin to adopt them. This is where the challenge lies for many manufacturers of these new entertainment systems. But despite the risks, they continue on introducing new and innovative devices that may someday catch on, or not. Panasonic has introduced a relatively new system in its Panasonic Diga Plus entertainment system. It has recently come out with 2nd generation models in the Panasonic UN-JL10T2 and the UN-JL15T2. The Panasonic Diga Plus home entertainment systems are composed of a hard disk recorder and a waterproof wireless monitor. The Panasonic UN-JL10T2 comes with a handy 10-inch monitor while the Panasonic UN-JL15T2 comes with a larger 15-inch wireless monitor. The wireless monitor connects to the hard disk recorder via a dedicated radio signal. The hard disk has a capacity of 320GB and comes with a tuner that supports Digital terrestrial television, BS digital, CS digital formats. The wireless monitor, also acts as the remote control device to navigate the different features of the system. The Panasonic Diga Plus can record two different TV programs at the same time. There are also two options available for recording- the standard broadcasting quality recording and the extended recording option, which can extend recording capacity on the hard disk recorder for up to 435 hours. Watching the recorded programs is quite convenient with the wireless monitors that users can easily bring along from one room to another. Considering that it is waterproof, users may even bring it inside the shower where they can continue watching their favorite TV programs. The wireless monitor is also capable of Internet access, making it a more versatile multimedia tool as well. The Panasonic Diga Plus UN-JL10T2 and the UN-JL15T2 are expected to be available in the Japanese market around June 15. Pricing details are still not known. Image Source: Akihabara News Read More



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