Panasonic showed off its new TV’s at last month’s Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. That may not sound all that exciting, given the number of new TV’s unveiled every year at CES, but these come with a unique feature — a Stylus. That may sound a bit strange for a television accessory, but you haven’t seen what it does.
The Stylus allows the user to edit images and choose options on a big screen, as opposed to doing so on a tablet, smartphone or computer monitor. These big screen TV’s are touchscreens and can also interact with WiFi for easy sharing. Sharing is done via a free Panasonic app for iOS and Android that allows you to simply drag and drop content from the device to the TV.
The TouchPen Plasma TV will be available sometime in the spring, but no pricing has yet been announced.
Interview by Don Baine, the Gadget Professor