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Submitted by xtheownerzx 734d ago | interview

Panasonic New 4K Tablet and TV’s Are Ahead of the Curve

GamerFitNation: Panasonic is not just a company that is know for making TV’s and other consumer products. At least that’s what I was told by Gary Klein in the Panasonic booth while at CES 2013. Panasonic had much on display while we were at the booth. Things such as smart TV’s that can also act as whiteboards and also a brand new 4K tablet that is so sleek and thin you can not help but want to have in your hands right here and now. Panasonic is making movies and taking names in the process and with all of the great consumer tech shown at CES 2013, its wise to keep them on your radar for now at least. (CES 2013, Gadgets, Gary klein, Panasonic)

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Th3 Chr0nic  +   733d ago
too bad windows 8 puts a dead end at the other side of that curve

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