3D plasma makes its debut
ELECTRONICS Pioneer Panasonic aims to dazzle visitors with images from its new 152-inch 3D plasma display.
ELECTRONICS Pioneer Panasonic aims to dazzle visitors with images from its new 152-inch 3D plasma display. The screen is making its first appearance in the region at GITEX TECHNOLOGY WEEK, alongside the firm’s complete range of end-to-end solutions for creating and consuming 3D video.
Apart from its high-impact 3D presentations, the firm will be showcasing its full range of security systems, including IP surveillance cameras.
Office automation fans won’t be left out in the cold — visitors can have a sneak peek at exciting products like its next-generation document scanner which features self-cleaning technology.
The firm’s well-known range of rugged notebooks will also be making an appearance at the show. New this year is the antibacterial notebook, the CF-H1 that has been specifically aimed at the healthcare market.
While the flurry of products is sure to go down with gadget-hungry visitors, Panasonic is also keen to emphasise the environmental credentials.
The manufacturer will showcase its next-generation green products under the theme, “Innovating technology that cares” during the show.
Anthony Peter, Associate Director, Direct Communications & Customer Care (DCCC) Group, Panasonic Marketing Middle East, says the firm has some pretty aggressive internal goals.
“Panasonic aims to become the number one green innovation company in the electronics industry by 2018, the company’s 100th anniversary,” he says. “It has been striving to achieve this goal by placing environmental consideration central to all its activities. While pursuing the goal, we will spur green revolution, beginning in everyday life and spreading around the world to preserve the environment for future generations.”