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If you’re into cooking two things at once, you may be itching to replace that old one with something a little more aware of the space inside, and for that, Panasonic has a new oven waiting in a box somewhere, ready for installation.
Laptop computers are generally fragile, but Panasonic’s Toughbook CF-AX2 takes the Ultrabook concept and makes it capable of surviving more than just the most basic of drops, making it ideal for people who are tough on their gear.
When you check out an electronics store, there’s a very good chance you’re going to find something made by Samsung on quite a few of the shelves, and while phones, tablets, cameras, and TVs are the things we know about, there are a few things you may not see coming.
Always afraid you’re going to break that iPad Mini? Panasonic’s solution will make sure you never have those fears again, but beware, it’ll cost you a pretty penny.
Samsung has been spending a lot of time in phones, tablets, and home audio, and now it’s time to see what the company is doing with cameras, as we go exclusively one on one with the NX30.
This week on the Naked Geeks,we’re taking a long hard look at the life of memory cards and when they should fail, as well as what to do if it happens. There will also be news, a budget laptop reviewed, and a wolf whistle or two.
Capturing movies in Full HD is so passé, or at least it appears to be, with Panasonic announcing a mirror-less interchangeable that can capture movies in 4K Ultra HD.
One trend that’s very clear from this year’s Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas is that the days of traditional flat screens are over, but why would you want a curved screen over a flat one?
There are people out there that demand the best built gadgets money can buy, and if you’ve cracked that iPad Mini or Nexus 7 one too many times, Panasonic will have an option available shortly made just for you.
If there’s one TV manufacturer we haven’t much from in regards to Ultra HD, it’s Panasonic. There was a brief mention at last year’s CES about it, but little more last year. In 2014, though, that changes.