Highlights of Panasonic CES 2012

This year’s Panasonic booth concept at CES 2012 fully exemplified Panasonic’s commitment to be the No. 1 Green Innovation Company in 2018 and featured Panasonic’s comprehensive energy solutions that begin from the entire homes to entire towns, as well as its cutting edge digital AV products with main focus on the Smart VIERA TVs.

To show Panasonic’s energy solutions strength, the Tokai Challenger II, featuring HIT solar panels and lithium storage battery, captured attention at the entrance, the champion who zoomed its way FAR ahead of competition in the World Solar Challenge 2011.

Panasonic also presents its latest digital AV products, including an upgraded 2012 Smart VIERA lineup with newly added 47- and 55-inch LCD TVs, home theaters, digital cameras and camcorders. Visitors will be welcomed at the center of the booth by the Smart VIERA Monument which symbolizes the five pillar concepts behind the connected TV series (Picture Quality, Easy Operation, Networking, Eco and Design).

Panasonic’s signature 3D Mass Display allowed visitors to experience stunning 3D videos of the Olympic Games and inside Space Shuttle Atlantis through images captured with the latest Panasonic AG-3DA1 twin-lens Full HD 3D camcorder onboard the final space shuttle mission, as well experience the stage for the honoring the 50th Anniversary of MGM’s James Bond etc.

In addition, a revolutionary announcement in the High Picture Quality Technology is made by Panasonic with its new prototype of the smallest, slimmest but highest definition 20-inch 4K2K IPS Alpha LCD panel boosting a pixel density of 216 pixels per inch (ppi) and thickness of only 3.5 mm.

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