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    Panasonic Lumix DMC-LX5 Digital Camera Review

    As long as you’re comfortable with using manual controls for photos and video, the Panasonic Lumix DMC-LX5 ($500) has to be in the running for your consideration—it’s one of the best fixed-lens cameras on the market today. The 10-megapixel Lumix LX5, which offers a large (1/1.63-inch) CCD sensor for a point-and-shoot camera,...

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    Panasonic Introduces the GT25 Plasma Line

    Panasonic’s 3D plasmas have met with some fine reviews, but they don’t satisfy every need.  They’re big, to start with.  That might not be a problem for most, but in rooms with limited space, a 60 inch set just won’t do. Enter the GT25 line.  There are currently two models in Panasonic’s...

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    Panasonic TH-42PZ80U Plasma HDTV Review

    With the rapidly depleting prices of flat-panel televisions in the current climate, 1080p is quickly becoming both a buzz phrase and a necessary technology to common consumers instead of a strictly enthusiast’s tool.   The fact that a rash of 32” 1080p sets has hit the market is clear indication of that fact. ...

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    Panasonic MC-3900 Canister Vacuum Review

    The MC-3900 by Panasonic is considered the best canister cleaner to be used in quick cleanup of everyday spills as well as bare floors. Powered by a 10-ampere motor assembly, the MC-3900 features a straight suction canister with suction control. Its hose could reach up to 5 feet. The MC-3900’s can be...

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    Panasonic MC-4620 Bagless Canister Vacuum Review

    Nevertheless, despite its popularity there are still a number of downsides that you have to consider. When you’re thinking of purchasing a Panasonic MC-4620, make sure that you’re familiar of is different sides: the good, the bad, and the things that make it unique despite its flaws. The MC-4620 is a straight-suction...

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    Panasonic Viera TC-P46S1 HDTV Review

    Plasma once dominated in the 46-inch flat-screen category because LCD panels that size were far more expensive. That’s changed–the differences aren’t as large as they once were–but Panasonic continues to compete with plasma sets such as the 1080p Viera TC-P46S1 (around $1000 as of October 1, 2009). This model is a well-designed...

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    Panasonic HDC-TM300 Black Digital Camcorder Review

    Panasonic’s trio of top-of-the-prosumer-line HD camcorders–the flash-based HDC-TM300, and hard-drive-based HDC-HS300 and HDC-HS250–in many ways vastly improve over older models like the HS100 and SD100. Panasonic jettisoned most of what I disliked about those models, including the too-low-resolution CMOS sensors, connector placement, and how the manual controls function, and retained everything I...

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    Panasonic Lumix DMC-GF1 Digital Camera Review

    It may lack the retro slick design of its main competitor, the Olympus E-P1, but Panasonic gets it almost pitch perfect with the Lumix DMC-GF1, a jacket-pocket-size interchangeable-lens model with the feel and features that draw people to enthusiast compacts like the Canon PowerShot G11. While it’s still not quite suited for...

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    Panasonic Viera TC-P50G20 Series 50 Inch Television Review

    A lot has changed since we gave the Panasonic TC-P50V10 our Editors’ Choice award last year. The most relevant to the review you’re reading now can be summed up with the eminently Google-able phrase “Panasonic black levels.” The short story? Testing revealed that 2009 Panasonic plasmas lose their excellent black-level performance–the crucial...