Panasonic has introduced a 20-inch, 4K Toughpad with a rather hefty $7,000 price tag. Yes, seriously.
A report claimed that nearly half people using tablets have experienced failure in the last two years, making them a poor choice as devices in the business sector.
Much of what goes into our attraction to one tablet or other has to do with status and the perception that if you have a certain product you have arrived. The iPad Air is an impressive product if you value physical design and number of apps over all else but there are products that better target particularl uses. While the Panasonic Toughpad 4K is hardly in the iPad’s weight or size class it is ideal for those that want to create on something that is still very portable. In a world awash with iPad clones it is nice to see a vendor try to create something very different.
Tesla Motors, in a move which shows aggressive growth plans, inked a deal this week with Japanese giant Panasonic to expand the latter’s supply of automotive-grade lithium-ion battery cells to the electric vehicle manufacturer. This expansion targets nearly 2 billion cells over the course of four years.
Panasonic is preparing to launch a massive 20-inch tablet equipped with a 3840 x 2560 pixel display. Dubbed the Toughpad 4K UT-MB50, the device also features a fiberglass case, Windows 8 Pro software and support for writing or drawing with a pressure-sensitive digital pen.
One of the main producers of iPhone screens, Japan Display, is looking around for new customers after the shine went off Apple's business.
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The European Commission has slapped record fines, totalling $1.92 billion, on seven electronics companies for fixing cathode ray tube prices before CRT televisions disappeared in favor of flat-screens.
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AT&T is working with partners to bring its Watson speech engine to connected vehicles.
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You probably know the Panasonic Toughbook for its crazy viral ads that show the laptop going through mountains of abuse.
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As consumers become understandably frustrated at the direction of the home 3D market, three companies are working to set new standards.
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It may not win against the iPad in a sexy contest, but Panasonic's new CF-H2 can hold its own in just about any other competition.
A new standard for stereoscopic 3D glasses has been proposed.