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Panasonic VT60 plasma series

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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Panasonic WT60 LED series

The WT60 series is Panasonic's flagship line of LED TVs, with an IPS panel and thin bezel design.
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Panasonic ZT60 plasma line

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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Shop HSN with your remote

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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Built-in cameras means facial recogition

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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Voice interaction and commands

Many Panasonic TVs will also offer voice interaction, as we've seen from other manufacturers in the past, like Samsung.
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Bone-conducting headphones

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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Panasonic bone-conducting headphones, close-up

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Bluetooth speakers built for tablets

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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Panasonic SC-NP10

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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Wireless speakers and docks

Bluetooth speakers are everywhere at CES, including Panasonic. These wireless speakers also include a dock for your smartphone.
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Panasonic appliances

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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Energy Star 6.0 LEDs

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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Customize your home screen

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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Tighter YouTube integration

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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New Blu-ray players get Miracast

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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New Lumix

Panasonic also briefly showed new point-and-shoot cameras, including the Lumix ZS25.
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Live streaming camcorders

Camcorders were also quickly shown at Panasonic's press event, including neat live-streaming capability via built-in Wi-Fi.
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