The annual Panasonic Roadshow hit the road yesterday starting
off in Auckland to launch the line up of new products for 2013.
The roadshow will travel nationwide visiting 13 locations
including all of New Zealand's main centres Auckland, Wellington
and Christchurch plus smaller cities such as Whangarei, Hamilton,
Rotorua, Napier, Palmerston North, New Plymouth, Invercargill,
Dunedin, Nelson and Gisborne.
New products from all consumer categories are released at the
roadshow and retailers are introduced to the new line up for the
upcoming year. Product categories include Optical & Media, Home
Appliances, Audio, DVD & Blu-ray and Viera TVs.
This year the stand out product at the roadshow is the MAX700
stereo system. Product Manager Reagan Parkes says the MAX700 is
Panasonic's first high performance stereo of its type.
We have managed to find a gap in the current audio market
for a stereo that is extremely powerful but available in retail
outlets to the general public unlike most DJ equipmentReagan Parkes.
With the capability to turn any home into a nightclub, the
MAX700 has to be seen to be believed. The MAX700 has 2300W of
output power, 4 way giant speaker box, full digital triple amp plus
MAXDJ effect, maximised bass sound and 4GB of internal memory with
the capacity to store 1000 songs.
Other stand out products launched at the roadshow include the
DMC-FT5 Tough Camera, DMC-TZ40 Compact Camera, SC-NP10 Tablet Dock
and Full HD Plasma Panel (TH-P60S60). Each year the roadshow
attracts over 600 retailers throughout New Zealand with up to 300
attending the Auckland show alone.
While there are a
number of wi-fi enabled cameras currently on the market, the new
top-shelf travel compact Lumix TZ40 takes the function's simplicity
to a new level with Near Field Communication (NFC) technology.D-Photo / Adrian Hatwell.
If you would like any further information or would like to
review any of the products including any at the Roadshow that are
not included in this press release please contact:
Paul Ellis Publicity
09 378 9113