Did you know this about Panasonic?
The brand name Panasonic derives from the elements "pan" meaning "all" combined with "sonic" meaning "sound", because it was first used for audio equipment.
Panasonic manufacture and market over 15,000 products under brands such as Panasonic, National, Technics, and Quasar.
Panasonic sells both CRT and plasma television sets, DVD players, laptop computers under the sub-brand Toughbook, telephones, projectors, digital cameras, VCRs, analogue tape decks, portable CD and home stereo equipment, all of which are marketed under their slogan "Ideas for Life.".
Panasonic is also featuring Japanese pop superstar Ayumi Hamasaki in their TV commercials.
Matsushita Electric Factory was founded in 1918 and the brand Panasonic was created by Matsushita in 1955 for the Mexico, US and Canada.
Matsushita is the largest Japanese electronics maker and within the category of white goods, Matsushita is the world’s largest manufacturer.
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