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Panasonic is no longer making plasma displays, and judging from its lackluster lineup of new LED LCD models, the company seems destined for a rough 2014 in the TV marketplace.
CNET reviews Panasonic's Viera Cast streaming-content portal, finding that although it offers fewer overall streaming services than competitors, its easy-to-use interface makes it one of the top picks.
Panasonic's Blu-ray line bulges with six new models, including the ultraslim DMP-BBT01 and three other 3D Blu-ray players.
Panasonic is upgrading its 2010 panels with its latest Viera Connect smart-TV platform.
CNET compares all the streaming-media services offered on 2011 Blu-ray players, including Panasonic Viera Cast, LG Smart TV, Samsung Smart Hub, and Sony Bravia Internet Video.
CNET reviews Sony Bravia Internet Video on 2011 Blu-ray players, finding it to offer more services than competitors, but its difficult user interface makes it less appealing.
Panasonic's latest Freeview+HD Blu-ray recorders transform the boring two-dimensional world of meetings and losing any unsaved work into a dazzling high-definition, 3D extravaganza.
We've long bemoaned Panasonic's lack of effort with its Internet portal, in particular the absence of iPlayer, but it seems the company has finally sorted it out.
Not your typical wussy HTIB, the Panasonic SC-BT230 features 1,000 watts of audio power, an iPod/iPhone dock, and a Blu-ray player that supports Netflix.
At its CES press conference, Panasonic announced that it had renamed its Viera Cast IPTV service Viera Connect and unveiled new 3D TVs, as wells as digital imaging and home theater products.