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Christmas Gift Guide

Panasonic VT60 plasma series

Panasonic WT60 LED series

Panasonic ZT60 plasma line

Shop HSN with your remote

Built-in cameras means facial recogition

Voice interaction and commands

Bone-conducting headphones

Panasonic bone-conducting headphones, close-up

Bluetooth speakers built for tablets

Panasonic SC-NP10

Wireless speakers and docks

Panasonic appliances

Energy Star 6.0 LEDs

Customize your home screen

Tighter YouTube integration

New Blu-ray players get Miracast

New Lumix

Live streaming camcorders

LAS VEGAS--Panasonic rolled out the VT60 series of plasma TVs, featuring a built-in camera, voice commands, and a new customizable home screen.
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The WT60 series is Panasonic's flagship line of LED TVs, with an IPS panel and thin bezel design.
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Panasonic also teased a new, flagship line of plasmas, the ZT60 series. Not many details yet on its step-up features, but expect even better performance than the VT60 line.
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Panasonic showed off a few interactive TV features, including the ability to interactively browse the Home Shopping Network's wares and make a purchase right with your remote.
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Many of Panasonic's TVs this year feature built-in cameras, which allow the TV to recognize which member of your family is watching and offer up a custom home screen.
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Many Panasonic TVs will also offer voice interaction, as we've seen from other manufacturers in the past, like Samsung.
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Panasonic's new bone-conducting headphones send sound right to your skull. That sounds a little unnerving to me, but apparently these headphones are a good fit if you have trouble hearing the TV.
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Tablets aren't known for their stellar sonics. Panasonic's SC-NP10 wireless speaker works via Bluetooth, and it's designed to prop up tablets into a convenient viewing angle.
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From the front, the SC-NP10 looks simply like an ultraslim speaker, but the top part has a groove for your tablet.
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Bluetooth speakers are everywhere at CES, including Panasonic. These wireless speakers also include a dock for your smartphone.
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In addition to Panasonic standard electronics and gadgets, the company will also be featuring its colorful line of consumer appliances at CES 2013.
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Panasonic also focused on its strong green track record and all of its LED TVs are Energy Star 6.0 compliant. (No mention of energy efficiency on the plasmas, though.)
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While you could always customize the Panasonic Viera Cast home screen, the latest iteration purportedly offers even more options, plus the aforementioned facial recognition capabilities.
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Panasonic also touted tighter YouTube integration. Simply find a video on your phone and it's easy to "push" that video to your TV, so you can watch it on the big screen.
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Panasonic also rolled out a new line of Blu-ray players, with the two new 3D models getting support for Miracast, Android's answer to AirPlay.
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Panasonic also briefly showed new point-and-shoot cameras, including the Lumix ZS25.
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Camcorders were also quickly shown at Panasonic's press event, including neat live-streaming capability via built-in Wi-Fi.
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