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Panasonic spaces out with convection, included two levels of cooking power

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.

10:31 am 13/03/2014 By Staff writers
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Real tough guy: Panasonic’s Toughbook CF-AX2 reviewed

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.

4:24 pm 03/03/2014 By Leigh D. Stark
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Panasonic toughens up the tablet with a 7 inch Toughpad

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.

11:57 am 27/02/2014 By Leigh D. Stark
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Panasonic makes a move with 4K, announces a mirror-less with UHD video capture

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.

10:10 am 13/02/2014 By Leigh D. Stark
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Panasonic’s Toughbook gets smaller, just as tough

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.

4:02 pm 09/01/2014 By Leigh D. Stark
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Panasonic joins the 4K world in 2014

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.

4:26 pm 08/01/2014 By Leigh D. Stark
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Panasonic shrinks a mirror-less to close to pocket size

If the only thing stopping you from trying a compact interchangeable lens camera was that it wasn’t much more compact than a digital SLR, Panasonic has news for you.

5:51 pm 21/10/2013 By Staff writers
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Panasonic’s GX7 aimed at giving enthusiasts a reason to drop the mirror altogether

There’s a new compact system camera coming from Panasonic, and just going on the pictures and specs alone, it looks like it will be an interesting little camera.

3:25 pm 02/08/2013 By Staff writers
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Panasonic adds WiFi to a mirrorless model

You’ve gone to the effort to buy lenses and take some seriously good photos on that holiday, but now you’re wondering how to get those pics across to your phone for easy Instagramming. Previously, interchangeable lens cameras lacked the necessary hardware, but a new one from Panasonic will support it.

5:12 pm 30/04/2013 By Staff writers
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Panasonic’s Toughbook becomes all screen, solid strength, no nonsense

According to a recent survey, over five million Australians are using tablet computers, and while the popularity doesn’t take us by surprise, the fact that 73 percent of failure in these devices comes from being dropped might. With that in mind, Panasonic has launched new machines that can survive most things you throw at them.

5:44 pm 09/04/2013 By Leigh D. Stark

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