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Panasonic covers a lot of bases at CES 2014.
Rance Poehler, president of Panasonic Systems, talking about a 20-inch 4K tablet at CES 2014.
A new concep: 4K OLED Video Wave for business and enterprise users, consisting of a 21-foot-long selection of panels that are both convex and concave. Unclear on the price but it will supposedly be "very affordable."
A new 4K projector that's coming to market later this year, with a quadrupled amount of pixels guaranteeing that it'll be "beyond 4K" in resolution.
This is new 7-inch Panasonic Toughpad FZ-M1. It runs Windows 8 on an Intel Core vPro processor.
The tablet is claimed by Panasonic to be the toughest and thinnest tablet on earth. During the unveiling at CES 2014, it was actually tossed across the room, and, no, it didn't break.
In wearable tech, Panasonic has something for you to wear and record video with at the same time.
Here it is: the HX-A100 personal wearable action 4K camera.
The HX-A100 again.
More of the HX-A100.
The HX-A100 as you've never seen it!
The new Lumix GX7 still camera that can "create an image that includes motion as well" as it was introduced. Basically, it can handle both photos and videos.
There's a line of speakers that support Qualcomm's AllPlay standard.
The radio offers support for Napster, Rhapsody, iHeartRadio, TuneIn, SomaFM, and Grooveshark.
Kandee Johnson is the face of Panasonic Beauty. She's showing off the new Nanoe hair dryer.
The Nanoe hair dryer.
Read more of CNET's complete CES 2014 coverage.