Panasonic launches rugged smartphone, FZ-T1

At an event in Cardiff Castle attended by Tech Digest earlier today (21st June, 2018), Panasonic launched its latest rugged mobile device aimed at business users. Dubbed the FZ-T1, and branded Toughbook, it will be available in two versions: a wi-fi model for £1142 on sale from August and a 4G model for £1214 which…

#CES2017: Panasonic unveil head up display complete with Augmented Reality

Panasonic sure has been busy at CES2017 in Las Vegas. Earlier we wrote about its car cabin of the future. Now there's just time to to tell you about a next-generation head up vehicle display system which allows you to keep your eyes on the road at the same time as getting important information in…

#CES2017: Panasonic unveils future cabin for the autonomous car

  Forget driving. In the future we'll all be playing cards or watching a 4K screen in the back of the vehicle with our friends while the intelligent car does all the hard work. Well maybe. Unveiled today at CES 2017 in Las Vegas is this Autonomous Cabin Concept from Panasonic. Described as a 'next-generation…

CES 2016: Legendary Technics SL-1200 Direct-Drive turntable makes a comeback

Technics 1200 turntable is due for comeback Nearly six years since Panasonic took the decision to stop producing the legendary SL-1200 turntable, parent company Panasonic has announced at CES in Las Vegas it is to produce a limited edition 50th anniversary model to debut this summer with the production of 1,200…

Panasonic previews the future at IFA2014

The future will be in extreme high definitition, and every device in our lives will be connected and smart, according to Panasonic. Yesterday I took a brief tour around Panasonic's booth at the IFA tech conference in Berlin, and was somewhat taken with the amount of innovation on show. Most of that innovation could be…

Panasonic slashing TV production, calling time on plasma TV?

Panasonic are rumoured to be slowing down their TV production, and considering pulling the plug on plasma TVs altogether. According to Japanese newspaper Nikkei, Panasonic will gradually pull back TV production over the next three years, and could even stop…