Panasonic has showed off at CES its VIERA tablet, allowing access to many cloud services in conjunction with their VIERA televisions. It is, however, only at a prototype stage and therefore not many specs have been revealed.
It is, according to the press release, a “tablet-type terminal” with a small LCD screen (the company states that it will come in a variety of sizes between four-inch and ten-inch) and it is designed to provide a new viewing style. The tablet is essentially a very big remote, but allowing access to content on the cloud the same way as its connected televisions.
The company hasn’t announced a date that it will be released as an actual product.