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Panasonic scoops four EISA Awards for AV range

August 17th, 2007 · No Comments

Panasonic has announced that it has scooped EISA (European Imaging and Sound Association) awards in four categories: HD-ready Plasma TV, Memory Camcorder, DVD/HDD Recorder and Compact Camera.
The brand’s TH-42PV70/PX70 VIERA models received the European HD-ready Plasma TV 2007-2008 award. Said the EISA judging panel: “for movie enthusiasts, plasma displays are still the most cinematic performers. For the perfect illustration of this point, look no further than Panasonic’s TH-42PV70 plasma display. It delivers almost perfect picture quality and most impressive of all, however, is the highly affordable price.”
Panasonic’s HDC-SD1 was selected as European Memory Camcorder 2007-2008. The SD-card based memory camcorder was seen by the EISA judging panel as “one of the world’s smallest and most reliable High Definition camcorders and sound is equally impressive, whereas the joystick working as a soft key makes this camcorder very easy to operate.”
The Home Theatre panel selected Panasonic’s DMR-EX87 as the European DVD/HDD-Recorder 2007-2008, saying “it is a superb digital video recorder as well as a DVB receiver and the audio reaches the same standards.”
Finally, the company’s DMC-TZ3 was recognised as European Compact Camera 2007-2008.
“We are truly honored to receive these four EISA awards that were selected by many leading European journalists and experts in the consumer electronics industry. We will continue to create new innovative products and technologies that will help people realise a better quality life,” commented Joachim Reinhart, President and Chief Operating Officer of Panasonic Europe.
The 2007 EISA Awards will be presented at a special Gala Event on September 1st 2007 in Berlin at IFA.

Tags: Corporate · Home cinema · Plasma · Trade

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