Posts Tagged ‘Panasonic’
Panasonic looked great showing off their new HD camcorder HC-X900M. With incredible 2D and 3D video recording quality and 16.0 mega pixels, this one puts professional-like film making into the hands of anyone.
Panasonic also displayed their new line of underwater HD cameras with a little splash.
Today’s giveaway is the Panasonic compact sound system. The slim body of the Compact Stereo System, which is only 2-3/4 inch depth, makes it ideal for setting it onto a shallow shelf or mounting it to a wall. To enter the contest just visit our Abt Facebook page, “Like” us and follow the directions. Good luck!
Holidays are fast approaching and that means holiday shopping. Get a head start with these great gift ideas from Abt Electronics sure to put a smile on all your friends’ and families’ faces.
It may be cold outside, but there’s never a bad time for ice cream. With the Cuisinart Ice Cream maker you can have your cold, tasty treats in your own home, without having to go out in the snow.
If you plan on doing a lot of baking, (who isn’t?) this KitchenAid stand mixer is sure to make all your cookies, pastries and more, come out as delicious and easy-to-make as ever.
A great gift for the bookworm in your family is the Sony 6’’ e-Reader with Wi-fi capabilities. You can read books or download new ones on the go. Never be without your favorite authors.
Keep all those holiday memories preserved with Panasonic’s Lumix 12 megapixel camera. This camera is easy-to-use and small enough to take anywhere you go. Be ready for that perfect shot!
If you have a super techie family member, you can never go wrong with the ever popular Apple iPad 2. Play games, watch movies, check stocks, weather and so much more on this great tablet from Apple.
When holidays are through, nothing cleans up the mess quite like a Dyson vacuum. The Dyson canister vacuum DC23ANIMAL is the perfect size for working around tables and couches on your carpet or hardwood floors.
Santa keeps up with new technology, just like we do, so e-mail him a wish list of your gifts on this new Asus Zenbook. Incredibly thin, light and designed with an ultra-slick look, you will want to take this laptop wherever you go.
Stay in touch with friends and family who can’t make it to the holiday party with a phone call or a “face chat” with an iPhone 4s. the newest generation of Apple iPhones to hit the market, you are certain to be pleased with this updated version that has incredible speed and an incredible camera for images and HD video.
The big three in field of electronics, Sony, Samsung and Panasonic have teamed up to form the “Full HD 3D Glasses initiative”. This is a project that will attempt to standardize 3D glasses. As of right now, the market has incompatible active-shutter models based on different technologies, which the consortium wants to replace with a unified standard that will let you use the same pair of spectacles on any display or at any theater that uses the Xpand 3D standard.
CEDIA 2011 is in full swing and we have a few of our finest Abt representatives there to keep us updated with the new electronics coming out this year and next. Panasonic showed off a big one this year with their 152 inch plasma television that comes in a resolution four times that of Blu-ray! Keep visiting our blog for more news and updates from CEDIA 2011.
Big TV manufacturers like Panasonic, Samsung Electronics and Sony recently announced plans to jointly develop a specification for 3D active-shutter glasses based on Bluetooth wireless technology. The companies’ Full HD 3D Glasses Initiative is designed to standardize consumer 3D active glasses, enabling “universal” glasses that would work with Panasonic, Samsung and Sony 3DTVs, as well as potentially others.
The new standardization can help out consumers as the price of 3D glass should eventually drop in price. According to an article by Multichannel News, the general public hasn’t exactly welcomed 3D at home with open arms. Manufacturers hope that this new way of production will increase availability and interest to a broader audience.
Panasonic has already lured some big names to its Viera Connect platform, such as MLB and Hulu, but now the company is opening up to smaller developers who want to see their creations developed for the big screen. Their program went live in January earlier this year, but now the company is providing an easy path from creation to release for its line of Panasonic Smart TVs. Panasonic will still maintain final control over what apps make it to the Viera market, but expect new games and streaming video sources to start popping up soon.
If you have an app already in the works or an idea for a killer app, check out their website for full details and instructions.
Panasonic showcased its latest lines of 3D plasma, LED LCD , LCD, 3D Blu-ray and audio lines in a presentation in New York earlier this week that showed off across-the board connectivity as much as 3D capability.
Several new 3D plasma sets are due out in spring and summer that feature Neo Plasma technology, an improved version of Panasonic’s Neo PDP picture-enhancing technology. Be sure to check out abt.com for a look at the new models when they arrive.
For full information, check out the article, “Connected,’ ‘3D are Bywords of Panasonic’s 2011 Lines” on dealerscope.com for more information.
There is not much information on the Viera tablet powered by Android. They are available in three different sizes starting with a handheld 4”, mid-size 7” and a more satiating 10″ screen. Panasonic states these tablets will be your Viera TV’s best friend. The tablets offer more than just watching TV by giving you access to games, E-Books, movies, newspaper, magazines, and even to some e-Commerce services.
The Viera tablet features a slim and lightweight design, long battery life and shock resistant construction. The tablet can also work as an alternative screen for displaying images and information related to the images shown on the connected television.