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4K Camcorders

Panasonic introduced its first prosumer 4K camcorders at CES, including the WX970 UHD, 2160/30p model, tentatively priced at $1,000 (£652 and AU$1,237 directly converted). Check out our first take here.

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Technics

Beloved by DJs the world over, Panasonic is bringing back the Technics brand after a 4-year hiatus.

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Panasonic Connected Home

The company also showed off its connected home system that will include a wall-projected "dining space" and a display that changes sizes based on its myriad applications from security to home appliance control.

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Home monitoring

CES attendees got a glimpse of a future at Panasonic's multi-component home security monitors.

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4K Blu-ray

Panasonic also announced a new Blu-ray player that plays native 4K and high dynamic range content. More information available here.

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TC-AX800U series 4K TV

With only one 4K TV announced at the show, it's no wonder CNET Editor David Katzmaier was left feeling underwhelmed by the showing. Read more of his thoughts on Panasonic's TV spread here.

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Firefox OS

At CES 2015, Panasonic announced a partnership with Mozilla to offer the Firefox operating system on its newest C6850 4K TV. Check it out here.

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Microsoft home appliances

Panasonic's Cyclonic Inverter is "Microwave technology delivered in circular waves."

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Cosmetics mirror

Panasonic displaying a smart mirror for cosmetics. "The virtual mirror is not a gimmick," Bauer says.

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