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Panasonic's big booth is a hodgepodge of the massive company's wares, focusing less on its traditional business of TVs and more on beauty, lifestyle products and batteries.
Panasonic has one of the bigger booths at CES 2015, although it's smaller than it had been in recent years. Recently it has improved, however, after killing off its plasma TV and phone businesses.
The company did show a prototype 4K OLED TV, although it's not expected to bring it to market any time soon.
TVs and 4K cameras were still being shown, including these 4K professional models.
Panasonic's professional 4K cameras sat alongside smaller 4K camcorders.
Panasonic and SAP teamed up to create a system that analyses player positioning and other aspects using 4K video camera and specialized software.
Think the sound leakage from normal-sized headphones is annoying? Imagine sitting next to a guy wearing these on the plane.
Panasonic's battery business, used in electric scooters for example, is going strong.
The applications for better batteries are pretty much infinite, from bikes...
...to cars (Panasonic makes batteries for Tesla).
Speaking of cars, Panasonic is one of many companies hoping to take advantage of the boom in vehicle electronics. Who doesn't want a little infotainment while behind the wheel?
Not to mention behind the tall guy in economy.
Panasonic also has a partnership with Life Time, a fitness company.
Panasonic's beauty division was at the booth in force, where attendees could get their styling done.
Not every CES booth has a barber shop.
There are so many things to see and do at the booth, we won't blame you for relaxing a bit. In a massage chair manufactured by Panasonic.
In the arid Vegas convention center confines, Panasonic's waterfall pool makes a real splash with attendees.
Thirsty for more? Check out the big booths of CES 2015.
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