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CinemaNow is Finally Available in Canada

par Charles-Edouard Carrier

CinemaNow is Finally Available in Canada

We all know Netflix, the video-on-demand service with a monthly fee. However, several Web-connected TVs don’t support subscriptions to NetFlix. CinemaNow is an alternative that is available to Canadians, particularly Panasonic customers. CinemaNow has just arrived in Canada. The service is similar to what NetFlix offers. By contrast, with CinemaNow you pay for each item, […]

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Preview of Lumix 3D from Panasonic

par Charles-Edouard Carrier

Preview of Lumix 3D from Panasonic

Panasonic recently unveiled the prototype of a new digital camera, the Lumix 3D. While double-lens digital cameras that take three-dimensional images are slowly appearing on shelves, the latest offering from Panasonic may hold an enviable place within this class of compact cameras. Able to shoot in both high-definition and three-dimensional, this 3D HD ability will […]

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An Underwater Panasonic

par Charles-Edouard Carrier

An Underwater Panasonic

Panasonic surprises with the HM-TA20, a waterproof video camera. The HM-TA20 is presented in conjunction with the HM-TA2, which is almost identical but does not go underwater. Two new products now on the market for handheld video cameras. The vertical design is very similar to that of the Sony Bloggie or Cisco Flip. Probably the […]

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Fillion Dives into 3D

par Charles-Edouard Carrier

Fillion Dives into 3D

People are talking about 3D technology more and more. Even if only a few months ago, thinking about watching a 3D from the comfort of your living room seemed almost impossible, it is completely the opposite today. And while most manufacturers of LCD or plasma screens are gradually getting into this new niche, Panasonic is […]

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Shedding Light on LEDs (Part 2): Edge LED

par Charles-Edouard Carrier

Shedding Light on LEDs (Part 2): Edge LED

After explaining what LED is (see here), it is time to look at the first type of LCD LED: Edge LED. With this technology, the diodes are placed on the sides of the device, not on the entire surface. As mentioned in the previous article, with a regular LCD screen neon cathodes (CCFL) provide the […]

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Panasonic Elegance

par Charles-Edouard Carrier

Panasonic Elegance

In the iPod or iPhone bases market, competition is fierce and to stand out from the crowd, the companies involved have really launched a design war. Panasonic has just come out with the SC-SP100, a compact and charming tool that will allow us to completely enjoy what is on our Apple player. The speakers for […]

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CES 2009: Panansonic announces a new line of televisions for 2009

par Stéphane Dion

CES 2009: Panansonic announces a new line of televisions for 2009

No fewer than 42 new models of televisions will be avaible in 2009 from Panasonic. With sizes ranging from 19″ to 65″, the new televisions are thinner than ever and above all, consume less power than in the past. You’ll find all the details here.

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Entry-level hi-fi mini-systems: a smart choice in some cases.

par Jean-François Gagnon

Entry-level hi-fi mini-systems: a smart choice in some cases.

Mini hi-fi stereo systems can be found from anywhere between 100 to 300$ from such brands as Sony and Panasonic Though the price is attractive, these smaller systems only respond to certain particular needs. For example, if you happen to have a nice collection of cassette tapes, you’ll have no choice but to opt for […]

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