Panasonic Debuts New Digital Imaging, Home Appliance and Audio Products at CES
Even while celebrating 50 years of innovation at CES, Panasonic did not fail to address where it is heading in the coming years. As the company embraces the white space available to them as a B2B solutions provider for companies interested in things like smart cities and sustainable living through technology, it would almost be easy to forget that Panasonic is also a consumer brand. That is, until Michael Moskowitz, President of the Panasonic Consumer Electronics Company, stepped out on stage during Panasonic’s press conference at CES to talk about the consumer technology Panasonic is releasing in 2017. Here’s a look at the three consumer items Moskowitz wants consumers to get excited about this year:
- The Countertop Induction Oven
Panasonic’s Countertop Induction Oven, now shipping for $599.95, is aimed at the everyday consumer who wants a real and healthy dinner but doesn’t always (or ever) have the spare time it takes to make it. According to Panasonic, the countertop oven can create one-pan meals such as a chicken and vegetable dinner in under 30 minutes. It also includes cooking modes and pre-set menus to take the guesswork out of healthy cooking.