Panasonic introduces tablet, Viera Connect (live blog)

Panasonic unveils a service that will provide Internet connectivity to and apps for its Viera TVs. It also shows off the Android-based Viera Tablet.

Panasonic unveils Viera Connect.
Panasonic unveils the service Viera Connect. CNET

Panasonic executives, speaking at CES in Las Vegas this afternoon, unveiled a service that will provide Internet connectivity to and apps for its Viera TVs. It's called Viera Connect. They also showed off an Android-based tablet called the Viera Tablet.

Joining me were CNET's trio of television experts, including David Carnoy, David Katzmaier, and Matt Moscovciak, as we outlined the news released during the event and provided commentary.

For the full blow-by-blow, see the Cover It Live module.

The original, barebones version of this story was published Jan. 4 at 3 p.m. PT.

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