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  • Panasonic TX-L65WT600 Ultra-High Definition 4K TV review

    Enjoy retina-blasting definition with the with this Panasonic TX-L65WT600 Ultra-High Definition 4K TV. But first read all about it in our Panasonic TX-L65WT600 4K LCD…

    £5,499 inc VAT

    Score - 9 out of 10

  • Panasonic Toughbook CF-19 review

    The Panasonic Toughbook CF-19 feels every bit as tough as it. It's rugged features allow it to withstand the elements and clumsiness. It's well suited for field…

    £2,593 inc VAT

    Score - 7 out of 10

  • Panasonic Toughbook CF-F8 review

    There's something deceptively fierce-looking about the Panasonic Toughbook CF-F8 business-ruggedised laptop - UPDATED 9 APRIL 2010

    £2,149 inc VAT

    Score - 7 out of 10

  • Panasonic TX­50AX802 4K UHD TV review

    We take a look at Panasonic's affordable TX-50AX802 4K Ultra HD TV with Freetime. Read our full review.

    £2,100 inc VAT

    Score - 9 out of 10

  • Panasonic TX-L47WT50 review

    The Panasonic TX-L47WT50 offers razor-sharp HD and good 3d imaging. Our Panasonic TX-L47WT50 review shows that this HDTV will look great in your lounge

    £2,099 inc VAT

    Score - 9 out of 10

  • Panasonic ToughBook W7 review

    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

    Score - 7 out of 10

  • Panasonic ToughPad FZ-G1 review

    With the Panasonic ToughPad FZ-G1 you are paying quite a premium for a standard Windows Tablet with a rugged design. Read our Panasonic ToughPad FZ-G1 review to find…

    £1,800 inc VAT

    Score - 8 out of 10

  • Panasonic Toughbook CF-C1 review

    The Panasonic Toughbook CF-C1 is an ultraportable laptop/convertible tablet PC capable of withstanding hard knocks and spilt drinks.

    £1,758 inc VAT

  • Panasonic TX-P50VT20 review

    The 50in Panasonic TX-P50VT20 is a pretty special 3D television.

    £1,650 inc VAT

    Score - 9 out of 10

  • Panasonic TH-42PZ700U 42in 1080p plasma TV

    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

    Score - 7 out of 10

  • Panasonic HDC-SDT750 review

    The Panasonic HDC-SDT750 is a bold step forwards into 3D videography. Perhaps more importantly, it doubles as an excellent 2D camcorder. If you own a 3D TV, it…

    £1,499 inc VAT

    Score - 8 out of 10

  • Panasonic CF-T7 Toughbook review

    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

    Score - 7 out of 10

  • Panasonic Lumix DMC-GH1 review

    The Panasonic Lumix DMC-GH1 is a Micro Four Thirds-based advanced digital camera that accepts interchangeable lenses (much like a digital SLR camera). It has an…

    £1,299 inc VAT

    Score - 8 out of 10

  • Panasonic Lumix DMC-GH3 review

    Panasonic has improved the sensor and physical features of its flagship mirrorless camera, and also added battery-draining Wi-Fi. Read our Panasonic Lumix DMC-GH3…

    £1,299 inc VAT

    Score - 8 out of 10

  • Panasonic HDC-HS900 review

    The Panasonic HDC-HS900 is a 3MOS-sporting camcorder with optional 3D shooting. It boasts a hugh hard drive and full manual controls; it's not cheap though.

    £1,200 inc VAT

    Score - 6 out of 10

  • Panasonic Viera TX-P50ST30b review

    The Panasonic TX-P50ST30b seems like a good deal for a 50-inch 3D HDTV, and it includes excellent wireless networking and Freeview capabilities, but the audio and…

    £1,000 inc VAT

    Score - 7 out of 10

  • Panasonic HDC-TM300 review

    The Panasonic HDC-TM300 camcorder captures good video and still images, allows deep manual control, and provides useful automated settings.

    £999 inc VAT

    Score - 8 out of 10

  • Panasonic LB60NTEA review

    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

    Score - 6 out of 10

  • Panasonic DMC-L10 review

    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

    Score - 7 out of 10

  • Panasonic SDRS100

    Apart from JVC, most manufacturers are backing recordable DVD as the next step for consumer video cameras. But Panasonic is taking another tack. Instead of the…

    £900 inc VAT

    Score - 8 out of 10

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