Consumer durables major Panasonic has lined up Rs 120 crore investments during this financial year, aiming to garner a 20 per cent market share in the split air—conditioner segment.In 2008,...
Panasonic delivers the toughest, most uncompromising Windows 8 tablet that money can buy
Editor's Rating: User Rating: Good: The Panaosnic TC-PZT60 series plasma TV can produce the best all-around picture quality available; deepest black levels in its class; highly accurate color; excellent video processing, off-angle viewing and screen uniformity; best-in-class preservation of contrast and reduction of reflections under bright lights; very good 3D picture; classic styling; plenty ...
Five years after Pionner's Kuro and a few before OLED becomes mainstream, Panasonic's ZT60 plasma TV now owns the picture-quality crown. But is it worth the extra cost?
We recently wrote about Panasonic's new ZT60 plasma TVs (TC-P60ZT60 and TC-P65ZT60), which will be the company's flagship televisions for 2013. We knew a lot about the TVs—the 60- and 65-inch screen sizes, ...
SECAUCUS, N.J., May 20, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Panasonic, a leader in Plasma HDTV technology, announced today pricing and availability of its much-anticipated 2013 Smart VIERA TM ZT60 Series Plasma HDTVs ...
Panasonic, an industry leader in rugged, reliable mobile computers since 1996, recently announced upgrades to the Panasonic Toughbook H2, the industry’s most rugged handheld tablet PC.
Panasonic said its net loss reached $A7.47 billion in the year to March on falling demand.
(Reuters) - Sanyo Electric Co may cease to exist under a reorganization by Panasonic Corp that includes global jobs cuts, Nikkei reported on Friday. Panasonic will cut 90 percent of Sanyo's global workforce of about 2,500 in around three years, the daily reported. About 1,000 workers at Sanyo's headquarters will be reduced to around 100 this fiscal year, leaving just a skeleton crew for handling ...
Panasonic, a manufacturer of education technology solutions, today published a new case study highlighting Portland State University’s decision to standardize on Panasonic projectors in an effort to reduce projector maintenance significantly.