A Panasonic executive demonstrating the fully-rugged, 5-inch Handheld Tablet, the Toughpad FZ-X1 which has a rating of IP68, is dust resistant and can be immersed in water up to 1.5 meters for 30 minutes
Panasonic unveiled seven new products and solutions for Asia Pacific markets at CommunicAsia2015 and BroadcastAsia2015 on 3 June.
The solutions, ranging from data storage, ruggedized mobile devices and mobile surveillance solutions to professional broadcast video equipment and 4K+ projectors, target government and commercial enterprises of all sizes.
The leading provider of business technology solutions from Japan established Panasonic System Solutions Asia Pacific on 1st April 2015 and ever since has increased infrastructure investments across the region and is expected to increase its sales by 20% every year until financial year 2018.
Not many would know that the company is also into building homes for people and is already doing this in Indonesia and intends to increase this line of business into Malaysia, said Hiro Sakamoto, Managing Director of Panasonic System Solutions Asia Pacific at the trade show in Singapore.
"Asia Pacific is a fast-growing dynamic marketplace, and presents huge opportunities for Panasonic across all our B2B business segments from integrated solutions to audio visual products," he said. "Our commitment to delivering total end-to-end solutions in the region is an integral part of our growth strategy as we work towards our corporation vision, which is building a better working world for our customers."
The new products and solutions launched at the fair are:
- Fully-rugged, 5-inch Handheld Tablet: This is the newest addition to Panasonic's line of rugged mobile devices. The Toughpad FZ-X1 has a rating of IP68, is dust resistant and can be immersed in water up to 1.5 meters for 30 minutes. Designed for mission-critical mobile workers, the new enterprise-class handheld tablet runs the Android 4.2.2 operating system and comes with voice and data connectivity.
- World's Lightest 4K+ 3-Chip DLPTM Laser Projector: The most compact and lightweight projector of its kind, the PT-RQ13K employs Quad Pixel Drive technology to deliver extremely detailed, film-like Extra 4K+ image quality; giving it the flexibility and capability that is ideal for large exhibition venues, virtual reality theatres, control room, rental and staging applications.
- High Definition Visual Communications (HDVC) System: The latest Panasonic HDVC KX-VC1600 system comes with 10-site connection, full-HD video quality, dual network capabilities and multi-device options, allowing businesses to connect in more flexible ways and supporting productivity as well as operational efficiency for the mobile workforce.
- Blu-Ray Data Archiver: Panasonic said its Blu-Ray Data Archiver LB-DH8 series brings together the best in optical disc drive, media, and robotics technologies for a scalable modular expansion configuration that can support and protect data for long-term storage at lower cost and lower power consumption.
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