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Slideshow: Panasonic’s secret tech strengths beyond CE

5/6/2013 06:30 PM EDT
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aktion99
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aktion99   5/6/2013 10:51:24 PM
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Great!!!If I have so much cash, I surely buy this companies and own it.

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sprite0022   5/7/2013 2:26:07 AM
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sh**, i can see panasonic will shrink to the level of alienware. or it better off just sell it's brand to a chinese firm like sanyo did.

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VinodG_#2   5/7/2013 8:44:13 AM
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Sanyo sold its business to Panasonic!

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aktion99   5/7/2013 9:04:38 AM
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Panasonic did sold Sanyo appliance brand to Haier. Thanks.

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y_sasaki   5/7/2013 4:36:03 PM
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4K tablet...Hmm, I'm not sure if it is overkill toy or revolutionary breakthrough.

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Judge   5/11/2013 4:35:24 PM
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A Rose with any other name is still a Rose. A snake in the grass or in the water can destroy you.Changing names changes nothing. Rot starts at the roots.

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