Panasonic today took the wraps of its 3D plasma TV range, which will be rolled out for sale from June to November this year.
There will be four screen sizes, 50, 54, 58 and 65 inch, all full high definition, and all featuring Panasonic’s Neo Plasma technology. “Qualities such as speed, contrast and viewing angles are all inherent strengths of Neo Plasma and Panasonic has been a leader in these benchmarks for a number of years. As a young technology Plasma continues to be best placed to take advantage of 3D TV.”, says Paul Reid, Director, Consumer Electronics Group, Panasonic Australia.
It’s been a big week for 3D, with Samsung’s 3D TVs having gone on sale this week.
3D TV accessories
You must use the 3D glasses in order to see the images in 3D. These are sold separately, at $199 RRP, and will be available from June.. You can also turn your internet-connected VIERA TV into a big, high definition video telephone, with the addition of the Skype camera, available from July on, and is also $199 RRP.
Price and availability
As a bonus, for the first three months the full HD VIERA 3D plasma TVs are on sale, Panasonic will bundle in the 3D movies Ice Age 3 and Coraline.
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