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Thursday, September 03, 2009
Panasonic to Demonstrate "Revolutionary Technology" at IFA 2009


Panasonic will be presenting its latest digital audio visual products and technologies at the IFA 2009 Consumer Electronics Exhibition in Berlin from 4 - 9 September 2009.

The slogan of this year's Panasonic IFA booth is "Revolutionary Technology" as the company will be showcasing many new technologies. The 3D Cinema Experience area, which offers cinema-like Full HD 3D experience, will be this year's highlight. Panasonic will be presenting its Full HD 3D Home Theater system in two dedicated 3D theaters. This home theater system goes well beyond today's conventional 3D technology, as it is the world's first to show Full HD 3D with far superior picture quality and a lifelike viewing experience. Throughout IFA, visitors to the Panasonic booth will be able to watch 3D movie trailers.

In the booth area devoted to VIERA, Panasonic will be presenting its extensive Plasma and LCD VIERA line-up, which includes 19 to 103-inch televisions.

Visitors will have the chance to experience Panasonic's NeoPDP technology, which is incorporated in the VIERA Z1, V10, G15, and G10 series. Because of features like 600Hz Sub-field Drive with Intelligent Frame Creation Pro, THX-certified colour reproduction, game mode and 0.001 ms response time, NeoPDP panels are best suited to enjoy fast sports scenes, action movies and exciting games.

With VIERA CAST, viewers can access certain Internet content at the push of a button while sitting in their living room. Panasonic will be announcing new VIERA CAST partnerships including the German newspaper BILD, the German broadcasters ZDF and ARD (Tagesschau) and, in the near future, Spain's RTVE. Eurosport will expand its existing content offering with two additional languages.

Panasonic will be also extending its current V10 NeoPDP line-up to include new 65-inch and 58-inch plasma models. When it comes to picture quality, the V10 Plasma Series tops the VIERA product line. Thanks to 600Hz Sub-field Drive with Intelligent Frame Creation Pro, 1080 lines of moving picture resolution, THX certified display and dynamic contrast of over 2,000,000:1, the V10 stands out through electrifying and cinema-level picture quality. Also included in the V10 line-up is Panasonic's VIERA CAST functionality, which enables users to access internet content on their TV. Additional V10 Plasma Series sizes are the 42-inch (TX-P42V10) and 50-inch (TX-P50V10).

As an addition to its LUMIX product family, Panasonic will be unveiling the DMC-GF1. This new digital interchangeable lens camera-system delivers professional-level features and performance in a compact, easy-to-use body.

Panasonic is also presenting Blu-ray Disc Recorders for the German market, as well as new models for France. The DMR-BS850 and DMR-BS750, with 250GB and 500GB of hard drive capacity, respectively. feature twin high-definition tuners and are capable of recording two programs simultaneously. Additionally, both models include VIERA CAST, which gives users access to online services such as YouTube, Picasa, Bloomberg and ARD-Tagesschau. The integrated SD card slot and USB port offer users the possibility to play back many video (AVCHD, MPEG2, DivX), picture (JPEG), and audio (MP3) formats. In addition to playing back Blu-ray discs, the optical drive is also capable of reading DVDs and CDs.

In addition to its new Blu-ray disc recorders, Panasonic will be showcasing its extensive line-up of Blu-ray disc players and home cinema systems. All of them feature VIERA CAST to enjoy selected online content. Furthermore, their SD Card Slot and USB port offer users excellent connectivity.


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