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Panasonic Debuts 20-inch 4K Tablet

We’ve heard about the newest high definition, 4K technology from Sony and LG.  But Panasonic has decided to take the incredible high definition resolution, on the go. The new Panasonic 20-inch 4K tablet is poised to blow all existing tablets out of the water in terms of performance and visuals. Check out our video of the Panasonic 20-inch…

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Panasonic WT60: Stunning All Around

The Panasonic WT60 3D LED TV wraps a gorgeous IPS display in a stunning, nearly-invisible frame. CES 2013—While CES 2013 is a great place to see manufacturers’ conceptual products, sometimes it gets frustrating to be bombarded by technology that we won’t see on the retail market for years, if ever. Panasonic, thankfully, had a booth full of stunning…

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Abt @ CES 2012: Cameras Galore!

Canon, Panasonic and more brought some great new cameras to add to their existing digital camera line up. Canon showed off their new line of Elph point-and-shoot cameras called Elph520 and Elph110. 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…

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Abt Electronics’ 2011 Holiday Buying Guide

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 family’s 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,…

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Sony, Samsung and Panasonic Team Up for 3D!

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…

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