Reviewed.com Daily CES Roundup: Wednesday

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A roundup of the interesting stories and products we covered on Wednesday at CES.

This week Reviewed.com is at CES 2013 in Las Vegas, bringing you all of the most important and exciting developments in technology. Here's a roundup of what we've been covering on Wednesday.

A first look at the Panasonic HX-A100

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Panasonic is taking serious aim at the super-competitive action-cam market, and its latest release seems at first blush to be a viable competitor to the class-dominating GoPro, at least for some uses. The A100 is a mountable cam with WiFi connectivity, designed for outdoor activities and sports. Read More

Sizing up Panasonic's new 20-inch 4K tablet

So it’s come to this: a 4K tablet. With its 20-inch size comes some interesting capabilities: this thing absolutely warrants a look if you’re into Windows 8 tablets as a replacement for an ultrabook or home computer. Read More

Whirlpool pushes wireless appliances

While Whirlpool is not on the main CES show floor, the company held a supplemental showcase at a nearby hotel to show off its latest “smart” appliances: a whole kitchen suite with remote monitoring and energy management. Read More

Sony dilutes its toughcam line with the disappointing TF1

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Stylish looks and lifeproof durability have always defined Sony's rugged TX-series. The Cyber-shot TF1 is their stab at lowering the price ceiling in this class, but it's clear they've made far too many tradeoffs along the way. Read More

Haier debuts first built-in induction cooktop

Haier’s first built-in cooktop wasn’t featured as prominently in Haier’s booth as some of their TVs, but we think it’s pretty darn important, featuring induction technology. Read More

Our first impressions of the Samsung WB800F

Meet Samsung’s new flagship travel zoom, the WB800F, which builds on the WiFi functionality they’ve been pushing for the past year. Read More