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The Panasonic LB60NTEA is a silver-coloured professional projector, with a slightly flimsy and plasticky finish which is disappointing on a unit of this price.
£945 inc VAT
The 10Mp Panasonic Lumix FX500 is a point-and-shoot compact with sophistication written all over it.
£299 inc VAT
An inexpensive high-end compact camera/DSLR crossover, the Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ18K offers an 18x optical zoom, a 28mm wide-angle lens, and a host of manual controls…
£279 inc VAT
Panasonic's DMP-BD30 was one of the first Blu-ray Disc players to support BonusView, the Blu-ray specification for watching picture-in-picture content.
£349 inc VAT
The Panasonic Lumix DMC-TZ50 is a 9.1Mp digital camera that includes built-in Wi-Fi network connectivity, which allows users to upload photos directly to Google's…
£271 inc VAT
Acclaimed for its three-CCD sensor set-up, Panasonic's HDC-SD9 is half the size of competing camcorders – due in part to its favouring of SD storage.
£699 inc VAT
The Panasonic ToughBook W7 laptop is certainly built to last, even in the most inhospitable environments, but such durability comes at a sacrifice in performance.
£1,899 inc VAT
The Panasonic DMC-L10 is only Panasonic's second digital SLR to date – its predecessor was the slightly odd, Rangefinder-like L1, always more statement of intent than…
£900 inc VAT
At first glance the Panasonic CF-T7 Toughbook doesn't look a ruggedised laptop - it's too stylish, for a start.
£1,330 inc VAT
The Panasonic TH-42PZ700U is a 1080p 42in plasma that outshone all competitors in image quality. Indeed, our jury rated its picture higher than that of any other TV.
£1,499 inc VAT
Panasonic’s dye-sub boasts a 3.6in colour display with a 170-degree viewing angle, a side slot for SD media and a remote control.
£145 inc VAT
The Panasonic Lumix DMC-FX55 compact camera has a superb 3in LCD, but the screen saps battery life, and images weren't as sharp as those of the Panasonic FX100.
£239 inc VAT
A new contender in the bantamweight division of the digicam market, Panasonic's Lumix DMC-FX100 packs a lot of power into a compact package that's easy to carry and use.
£299 inc VAT
This camera's ability to capture images in wide-screen format is unique and useful, but the Panasonic Lumix DMC-LX2 is a tad bulky for a point-and-shoot.
£299 inc VAT
The more sophisticated sibling of Panasonic's VDR-D210 (both are DVD models), the Panasonic VDR-D310, produces better-quality video and still images.
£450 inc VAT
The Panasonic PV-GS320 camcorder fits nicely in the palm, and both its zoom control and its menu dial with joystick button were right at our fingertips. The Panasonic…
£385 inc VAT
A stylish camera that represents outstanding value for money, we loved the Panasonic DMC-FX12 so much we handed it a PC Advisor Best Buy award.
£170 inc VAT
We were initially sceptical about the concept of a camcorder that records HD (high-definition) video to an SD (secure digital) card. Our doubts faded - the HDC-SD1…
£875 inc VAT
In anything other than good natural light, the D100 suffered obtrusive and persistent blotchy noise issues and compression artefacts.
£379 inc VAT
The Panasonic NV-GS500EB-S is an extremely good camcorder that offers a host of controls, shoots extremely realistic video and is very flexible.
£690 inc VAT