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Japanese electronics giant Panasonic has developed a tablet styled computer that it hopes to offer globally this year. The new tablet line will be based on Google’s Android operating system, which was confirmed by CNET UK) and will come in an array of sizes from 4-inches up to 10-inches.
Panasonic is showing its VIERA tablet off this week at CES in Las Vegas as a prototype and is hoping to show off the tablet’s value – including its ability to work as a sub-screen for a connected television and offer cloud services. The only specifications provided have been that the devices will offer an LCD touchscreen display attached to a slim and lightweight tablet that will offer long hours of operation. We hope to hear more on Panasonic’s tablet line-up in the future.
January 10, 2011
Panasonic to offer VIERA Android tablets this year