In a slightly surprising turn of events, Panasonic has announced a new Android device – its first ever cordless landline home phone powered by Android. The Panasonic KX-PRX120 – as its formally known – consists of a base station and a handset with the followings specs: 3.5-inch HVGA (320×480 pixels) display Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, GPS 0.3M pixel Front Camera 1450mAh Li-ion[Read More…]
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Attention Photographers, the last chromium build has apparently added support for additional RAW formats, including RAW formats from Canon, Fuji, Minolta, Olympus, Panasonic and Sigma. The chrome.mediaGalleries API which is used to load and access media files from within a Chrome App can now access an extremely wide range of RAW photo formats. The Complete list of formats now supported[Read More…]
If you’re looking for a Miracast device to wirelessly display what is on your phone on your television, your options are fairly limited, the LG DWD-300 Miracast adapter is still yet to be available for sale separately from the Optimus G and the Netgear PTV3000 is still not released here as yet. Luckily Panasonic has just released two BluRay players[Read More…]
Panasonic’s first Android tablet! It’s rugged but is it worth it? Some of you may have heard about Panasonic’s Toughbook Laptops, a range of practically bullet-proof machines. Well, Panasonic have recently released a fairly rugged Android tablet called the “Toughpad”; it’s probably not bullet-proof and I’m not suggesting you should test it, but it will hold up well against most[Read More…]
Panasonic today hosted the Australian launch of the FZ-A1 Toughpad Tablet in Sydney. Priced at AUD $1,499, the Toughpad is certainly at the upper echelons of the tablet pricing structure, but the build quality on Panasonic’s Toughbook laptops and tablets has been well-established since their introduction – they are used heavily in high stress areas such as the Army and[Read More…]
It seems that Boeing’s new flagship aircraft — the 787 Dreamliner — will boast an advanced entertainment system based on Android. The in-flight entertainment system will provide music, video and airline-specific apps to travellers. Australian customers for the Dreamliner include Jetstar and Qantas, who have both placed orders for the 210 Million dollar aircraft, with Qantas advising that the Boeing[Read More…]