Panasonic News and Updates

Broadwell-U powered Panasonic Toughbook 4k debuts at $2999

Panasonic Toughbook 4k was launched at the CES 2015 event and today the company is rolling out updated versions of it packing the newer Intel Broadwell-U processors. Specifications of this updated Panasonic rugged tablet includes 3840 x 2560 pixel resolution, Intel Core (Ivy Bridge) processor, 16GB of RAM, optional Nvidia Quadro K1000M graphics and big 20-inch IPS display with 4K resolution with aspect ratio of 15:10 and pixel density of 230 PPI.

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Sandisk introduces Sandisk Extreme III 30B/s SDHC High Performance Card

It claims to be the world’s fastest SDHC card and assures you to withstand the toughest conditions. Yes, Sandisk’s Extreme III promises all that plus it also comes with SanDisk’s exclusive RescuePRO® Software that lets you recover the accidentally deleted photes!

Some other features:

  • Extreme Speed at up to 30MB/sec read/write (200X)*
  • Extreme Capacities available in 4GB, 8GB, and now 16GB**
  • Extreme Performance designed with SanDisk’s Enhanced Super-Parallel Processing (ESP) technology
  • Extreme Durability from deserts to glaciers, guaranteed
  • Extreme Compatibility optimized for DSLR cameras such as Nikon Canon, Panasonic, Leica and others
  • Extreme Confidence, backed by limited lifetime warranty and our pro care technical support program

16GB version

8GB version

4GB version

Panasonic Launches Lumix DMC-FX150, 14.7 MP camera

Wanted more mega-pixels? If yes, get the Panasonic DMC-FX150. It has got 14.7(!)MP camera with 3.6x optical zoom.

Lumix DMC-FX150 review

  • comes in 3 colors: black, gold and silver
  • RAW format support
  • face detection
  • great built quality. I expect nothing less from Panasonic
  • costs $399
  • available next month

In future, they should bundle a 48 or 64GB SSD to store those BIG and I mean BIG pictures. But, is not the Mega-pixel war getting TOO MUCH?

A 5.6" Panasonic Tablet Toughbook launching this week!

The machine is based on Intel’s Centrino Atom platform and prototype versions have a touch-sensitive 5.6-inch screen under which is a compact QWERTY keyboard that’s been split in half with a number pad filling up the center. The letter keys were divided to make them all within reach of the user’s thumbs so its possible to hold the machine and type.

Panasonic is scheduled to officially unveil the machine, detailed specifications, global shipping dates and prices on Wednesday.