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50-inch 3D TV Released by Panasonic

“Panasonic, the industry and technology leader in high definition televisions, is targeting a market share of 50 percent for large screen 3D TV by 2012, and 25 percent market share for over 37-inch televisions in the Middle East region” said senior product manager of Panasonic Marketing Middle East, Abby Thomas.

This series of TV set have come about as a progression from models of last year which were the V/U/A/X Plasma TV series and U and D 25 LCD TV series. The sets incorporate 600 Hz sub field drive and this gives a clear and crisp picture output.

Posted: August 10th, 2010
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Panasonic Readies 3DTV For Japan Release

Panasonic has set an official date for the market debut of its first 3DTV plasma tvs. They said that their 50- and 54-inch Viera VT2 series 3D sets will be available in Japan on April 23. The two TVs will retail for around 430,000 yen (US$4,800) and 530,000 yen (US$5,900.) 3D-capable, Blu-ray recorders and a player will also be rolled out.

The plasma displays use a technology that allows full-resolution 1,920-by-1,080 pixel HD, 60 fps images for both the left and right-eye views. The electronics giant showed a 152-inch full, hi-def 3D plasma display at the CES last month in Vegas.

A Panasonic executive told the press that about 10% of TVs 37 inches or more will likely be 3DTV sets this year, or about 500,000 TVs sold in Japan. He claims that Panasonic will be going after a 50% market share.

Posted: February 23rd, 2010
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Panasonic’s 3DTV Gets $5,900 Price Tag


The Panasonic Viera TH-P54VT is the first model to get official pricing from Panasonic, and it comes to just about $5,900. The Panasonic Viera 3DTVs are priced to sell roughly $800 more per unit than the top-of-the-line 2D TVs in the company’s lineup. Something to keep in mind is that the 54-inch Panasonic Viera TH-P54VT won’t be the base model 3DTV that Panasonic will push, the price of the smaller 50-inch model shouldn’t be that much different. Of course, this is pricey, but if you recall how much flat screen LCD’s were when they first came out, it should bring some solace. Expect these prices to drop in the next few years.

Gizmodo’s Mark Wilson considered the Panasonic 3DTV to be almost as good as the LG 3DTV prototype. With the update in price, the Panasonic 3DTV will beat that LG to the market, being one of the first 3DTVs in this quality range to be available to those early adopters.

Posted: February 10th, 2010
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