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CEATEC JAPAN Cutting-edge IT & Electronics Comprehensive Exhibition Oct. 5, 2010 (Tue.) - Oct. 9, 2010 (Sat.) Makuhari Messe, Chiba

Booth Map - HALL1 Home & Personal Zone
Network AV Zone - For Greater Fun and Comfort Energy Solution Zone - Greater Security and Comfort

Energy Solutions - From Home to Entire Towns

Energy Solution Zone
Greater Security and Comfort

• Creating Energy
  (Solar Cells/Fuel Cells)
• Storing Energy *
  (Lithium-ion Batteries)
• ECO NAVI Appliances *
  (Home Appliances/Digital AV Devices)
• Networkable ECO NAVI Appliances
• HEMS *
  (Home Energy Management System)
• Energy Solutions for Entire Towns *
• EV (Eco Car) System Solutions *

* Prototype

Panasonic has opened the Door to the 3D World and Creates an Exciting New Future

Network AV Zone
For Greater Fun and Comfort

• The 3D Link World
• 3D Compatible Camcorder
• 3D Compatible LUMIX
• 3D Compatible DIGA
• 3D Home Theater
• VIERA Technologies
• 3D Visual Communications *
• 3D Solution ideas
• 3D Professional ideas
• 3D Innovation Centers

• Skype™ on VIERA
• New Internet Services on TV *
• The Future of IPTV *
• Link to VIERA!

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About Booth

Venue: Makuhari Messe (Chiba, Japan)
Date: Oct. 5-9, 2010

• Special Invitation Day: Oct. 5 (Tue.)
10:00am - 5:00pm

• Free admission Day : Oct. 9 (Sat.)
10:00am - 5:00pm

CEATEC Microsite Link List

Cyber Showcase Blog

Panasonic "Booth-side" Report for people who want to go, but can't. Check out the details of Panasonic's booth!


Panasonic exhibition official account. Our staff tweet from inside the booth.

Panasonic 'eco ideas' Forum 2010

It's a chance for us to learn from and communicate together with the aim of realizing a sustainable society together under the concept of "eR = 'eco ideas' Relations."
Venue: Panasonic Center TOKYO
Date: Oct. 6 (Wed.) - 9 (Sat.), 2010

Panasonic Center TOKYO

We will be introducing some specific examples of our activities based on the vision of Panasonic's 100th anniversary together with the "'eco ideas' Forum 2010."

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