Panasonic demonstrates Blue Ray

Located in Hall 3, the main attraction on the Panasonic and Al Futtaim Panatech stand at this week’s show is its Blue Ray technology products.

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By  Gitex Times Staff Published  September 25, 2005

Located in Hall 3, the main attraction on the Panasonic and Al Futtaim Panatech stand at this week’s show is its Blue Ray technology products, which are being shown for the first time in the Middle East at Gitex 2005. Blue Ray technology, also known as Blu-ray Disc (BD), is a next-generation optical disc format developed to enable recording, rewriting and playback of high-definition video (HDV). The format is likely to soon become a standard for personal computer data storage and high-definition movies. At this today’s show, Panasonic and Al Futtaim are also introducing next-generation products and solution for the quickly evolving broadband era, in areas ranging from security through to communications, home entertainment, digital audio/visual (AV) and networking products and systems. The duo are also flagging up their strong services, which ensure users get a complete package when purchasing Panasonic kit. The vendor and its local partner is also using Gitex to focus on its digital products, such as its 3D approach, SD (secure digital) memory cards, DVDs and digital televisions. In the SD range, the flagship model is the 2Gbytes Memory Card in the Pro High Speed series. Other models include the 1Gbyte SD Memory Card and the 512Mbyte miniSD Card from the miniSD Card line up. In terms of entertainment solutions, Panasonic and Al Futtaim Panatech are focusing on its exciting new range of MP3 players, including the flagship SV-SD100V player. The SV-SD100V is an SD audio player that lets users enjoy music recorded onto a SD Memory Card. The vendor claims that it offers superior portability compared to HDD audio players. Last year, Panasonic and Al Futtaim Panatech spent the show promoting products that sat under the vendor’s ‘ideas for life’ mantra. From its stand, the duo demonstrated a wide range of kit, including Panasonic’s Viera series of Plasma television, its digital recorders, the Lumix Digital Still cameras and a wide range of mini SDTM flash memory cards. In addition, Panasonic and Al Futtaim also spent time highlighting its GigaRange Cordless Phone System.

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