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Panasonic adds new headphones to 2013 lineup

BY Jason Owen

LAS VEGAS — Panasonic announced new models to their 2013 lineup at the 2013 International Consumer Electronics Show. With these new items, Panasonic hopes to broaden their appeal and functionality with a wide array of styles to choose from.

"With the Panasonic 2013 lineup of headphones we aimed to create unique styles and form factors that have mass appeal while providing music lovers and true audio enthusiasts the ultimate in sound quality and design," said Tom Hantson, Product Category Manager, Panasonic Consumer Marketing Company of North America.

The Panasonic Iconics series features two new headphone styles. The Panasonic RP-HXD5C are centered around a minimalistic look. The black with red trim features a chrome finish on the ear-cup while the white headphones give the look of a glass finish on the ear-cup. Each is accentuated with a touch of color to mimic the look of illumination- red for the black headphones and green for the white headphones. Besides a sleek, modern look the RP-HXD5C contains a large 40mm driver unit and 8Hz-26kHz frequency response for superior sound quality. The soft headpad allows for hours of comfortable wear. Additionally, the RP-HXD5C headphones are equipped with a built-in remote and microphone made for iPhone/iPod so users can answer calls and control volume from their smart devices directly from their headphone cord.

Also in the Iconics series are the RP-HXD3W which combine a chrome-like ear-cup design with a matte, silicone surface frame which not only adds a unique aesthetic appeal but also provides soft comfort on a user’s head and ear and prevents slippage. With a frequency response of 10Hz-25kHz and 30mm driver unit the headphones are ideal for high-quality sound reproduction. The RP-HXD3W headphones are equipped with a microphone and talk on/off switch and includes an extra adaptor for Nokia and other selected phone models. Users can choose from a variety of stylish colors including red, purple, gray, taupe and black.

Building off a successful line of noise cancelling headphones already available, the Panasonic RP-HC56 earbud-style headphones reduce outside noise by 92% (22dB) at 200Hz including a passive noise isolation by utilizing an insulating effect. The headphones compact pen-type design clips to clothing and houses a noise cancelling on-off toggle, volume control and room for one AAA alkaline battery which provides up to 40 hours of operation time. A cord holder attachment provides tangle-free cord storage and the Panasonic RP-HC56 comes with an Air Plug and convenient carrying pouch.

The Panasonic RP-HJE190 headphones in-ear headphones produce deep bass sound quality due to Neodymium magnet and an extended long sound support port. An ErgoFit design provides ultimate comfort and fit for hours of wear. The Panasonic RP-HJE190 will be available in six colors including white, black, blue, green, purple and red.

Finally, Panasonic introduces the RP-HV41 headphones which offer users a simple design in a variety of colorful options. The eardrop, earbud- style headphones offer a comfort-fit design made with Elastomer materials and offers a unique rubber clip which quickly attaches to one’s clothing for tangle-free use. Neodymium rare-earth magnet provides rich and powerful sound. Users can express their personalities with a variety of color combinations including: Black/Grey, White/Grey, Blue/Green, Fuchsia/Pink, Purple/Teal, Pink/Orange, Green/Yellow and Orange/Blue.

Pricing 2013 lineup of Panasonic headphones will be announced approximately one month prior to ship date. For more information visit Panasonic.com.

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Retail Clinician Education Congress seeks posts for Sixth Annual RCEC

BY Jason Owen

NEW YORK — OPEN CALL FOR POSTS FOR RETAIL CLINICIAN EDUCATION CONGRESS 2013

You’re invited to submit a post for the Sixth Annual Retail Clinician Education Congress. The Retail Clinician Education Congress will be featuring CE break-out sessions and panel discussions on topics submitted by retail clinicians and organizations. This is an opportunity to share research, programs, and results with your peers. These new sessions will be in addition to keynote speakers and general session presentations.

In order to qualify for continuing education credit, the presentation must advance the ability of the clinician to provide clinical care beyond the basics. Additionally, presentations that incorporate pharmacology are strongly encouraged.

There are several categories of abstracts that are of interest to the conference attendees that include, but are not limited to the following:

Abstract/Poster Categories
  • Category I – Skin Conditions
  • Category II – Infectious Disease
  • Category III – Recognizing Emergency Situations
  • Category IV – How to Work with the Pharmacy Team
  • Category V – Over-the-Counter Products
  • Category VI – Eye Conditions
  • Category VII – Communicating with Patients/Caregivers
  • Category VIII – Hypertension
  • Category IX – Wellness – weight loss, nutrition, fitness

For more information and to submit your post visit RCEC online at http://www.retailcliniciancongress.org/content/abstract-form.

Please direct any questions to Sarah Rosenberg via email at [email protected] or via telephone at (267) 765-2388. All submissions are due by February 1, 2013.

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Shopko donates $981,000 to charity

BY Alaric DeArment

GREEN BAY, Wis. — Mass merchandise chain Shopko’s philanthropic arm is donating nearly $1 million to charity organizations.

The Shopko Foundation announced Monday that it would donate $981,000 to its four grant programs: Community Charitable Grants, Green Bay Area Grants, Teammate Community Service Grants and Teammate and Family Scholarships.

"Shopko views each community where we serve our customers as our ‘hometown,’" Shopko EVP, COO and interim CEO Mike Bettiga said. "We appreciate the opportunity to serve these communities and strive to strengthen them through the Shopko Foundation’s support of charitable groups and activities that are important to the people who live and work there. We are committed to promoting healthy lifestyles and educational opportunities for our neighbors in all the communities where we serve and strive to make an impact through the Shopko Foundation."

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