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Electronics manufacturer Panasonic announced on Tuesday pricing and availability of its first-ever line of Streaming Media Players. The line-up, which were unveiled last month at the 2013 International Consumer Electronics Show, features two models -- the DMP-MST60 with Viera Connect and Miracast, along with the DMP-MS10 featuring IP video on demand.
Panasonic has outlined its 2103 Viera lines of LCD and plasma HDTVs, with a wide array of options available for future TV buyers. A total of 32 televisions have been detailed by the company, divided equally between plasma-based and non-plasma, and have been split into five plasma screen series and seven LED-based LCD display ranges.
Panasonic announced it will ship some of its Viera Smart HDTVs that were introduced at CES this month. They include models from the ST50, UT50, and XT50 Plasma series and the E50, ET5, E5, and X5 LED-series TVs. The first of the LED TVs will be sized at 47 inches and ship in March, while 55-inch models are due in April and May.
Hulu on cue has launched Hulu Plus for Japan. The country is the first outside of the US to get Hulu and gives it a very different business model. Plus is the only option in the country and costs the equivalent of $19 per month, almost twice as much as the $8 it does in the US.
In addition to revealing prices for its LCD HDTVs and home theater systems priced this morning, Panasonic has now announced prices for 2011 Viera plasma TVs, soundbars and compact stereo systems. The company offers 19 plasma sets in 2011.
Panasonic on Tuesday announced a few upcoming additions to its Lumix lineup of point-and-shoot digital cameras. The Lumix ZS10 ultrazoom upgrades to a new 14.1-megapixel MOS sensor, a 24mm ultra wide angle lens with 16X optical zoom and 1080p recording. It can also geotag photos and videos thanks to its integrated GPS sensor and related software, and take 3D photos by shooting 20 consecutive shots and using the two best for stereoscopic mode.
Consumer electronics giant Panasonic has revealed its latest lineup of products live from the halls of the 2011 Consumer Electronics Show, and Electronista has the details. As expected, Panasonic has big news for its popular line of Viera HDTVs, with a major focus on 3D technology, as well as the addition of a new tablet device that features the same interactive connectivity technology used on the Viera HDTVs.
Panasonic has unveiled a new Viera television, the G3, that allows users to record to removable media. The 42-inch TV provides an SD slot and USB port, each serving as a potential destination for live video recording in HD or SD resolutions. Users can expect five to eight hours of 1080p recording on a 64GB SDXC card.
Panasonic kicked off the week by adding Vudu's movie service to all of its 2010 Viera Blu-ray players. Models ranging from the DMP-B500 portable player through to 3D-capable players like the BDT100, BDT300 and BDT350 can now stream movies up to the 1080p HDX format. It joins Pandora radio, Skype, Twitter, YouTube and several other services.
Panasonic announced on Tuesday it has now allowed owners of Viera plasma TVs to post Twitter messages using these devices. This functionality is also due to arrive soon for the company's Blu-ray players. Viera CAST Panasonic devices can access the Internet.