Japanese electronics giant Panasonic showed new updates to its Space L autonomous mobility concept as well as an interesting noise reduction technology that does not use headphones. We also got to see the ATOUN MODEL Y power assist suit in action.
At CES this year, Panasonic shares its vision on using human-centric technology to better understand its users so as to further improve its products.
In this week's tech roundup, we look at Canon's new printers that can print personalized nail art, Dell's latest USB-C and gaming monitors, as well as some of the interesting new cameras unveiled at the Photokina 2018 tradeshow.
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By: Eve Goh It’s been 100 years since Panasonic began from its humble beginnings as a bike lamp maker to its current technological prowess. Join Bobby as he goes on a tour to discover Panasonic’s latest innovations and actual realisation of smart homes and beyond in Tokyo, Japan. Watch more at http://22.214.171.124/~tech360 Follow us on […]