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Holiday Heaven! 5 great travel gadgets

Holiday Heaven! 5 great travel gadgets

Blog posts   •   Jul 13, 2016 14:00 BST

Aside from a bikini, beach towel and best singing voice for the evening’s karaoke entertainment, a few essential gadgets are a must on your summer holidays. Here are five great gadgets that we think make for great travel companions…

Immerse Yourself in the Music, Whatever Your Style

Immerse Yourself in the Music, Whatever Your Style

Blog posts   •   Apr 19, 2016 09:00 BST

​Whether it’s Classical, R’n’B, Jazz or Rock that you are into, make your daily commute, gym session or down time the best listening experience it can be, with the right pair of headphones just for you.

Techie fans take note – Panasonic has a new line up for 2016!

Techie fans take note – Panasonic has a new line up for 2016!

Blog posts   •   Mar 04, 2016 15:00 GMT

​The Panasonic Convention held this week in Frankfurt, Germany, showcased new products and technologies from Panasonic. Our annual convention is dedicated to showcasing our latest products models to key press and dealers, and this year we didn’t disappoint. Leading the way where others will follow, here’s a quick highlight of what has arrived this year:

A year to remember for Panasonic!

A year to remember for Panasonic!

Blog posts   •   Dec 28, 2015 11:00 GMT

As we look forward to 2016, we couldn’t resist having a quick reminisce about the year we’re about to say goodbye to. There’s no denying that 2015 has been an action-packed year in the technology world: we’ve seen 4K TV go mainstream, the 'Internet of Things' become a common phrase, and 4K photography became the hot topic. It’s been quite a year!

Music’s For Sharing, Right?

Music’s For Sharing, Right?

Blog posts   •   Oct 20, 2015 13:00 BST

Over the last decade, the way we enjoy music has changed beyond recognition. The days of the stand-alone MP3 player are numbered, as smartphones have overtaken it as our mobile music library of choice, CD collections were replaced by digital downloads and then by streaming services like Spotify, TuneIn Radio, Tidal and now Apple Music and Amazon’s Prime Music.