The new Panasonic 152-inch HDTV is a full HD 3D plasma screen television offers a staggering resolution of 4,096 x 2,160. The TV features a plasma display panel that makes use of Panasonic’s super-efficient quadruple luminous efficiency technology. Ultra high-speed 3D drive technology enables 3D action on the ginormous screen. The display uses frame-at-a-time image switching for its 3D system and requires accompanying glasses to complete the effect.
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Just recently revealed by Panasonic, tips so far suggests that pricing for the Panasonic TC-P54Z1 will at least be an awesome $5,999.95 when it begins shipping in June. It’s a huge 54-inch, only one inch thick and has got HDMI. Function wise, the Z1 sports a native contrast ratio of 40,000:1, 24Hz Cinematic Playback and THX Certification. The wireless HDMI box included within will read video and audio from your DVD, Blu-ray or Media Center PC to the HDTV, in addition the Z1 also has VIERA Link Internet connectivity and a VIERA Link SD card reader too. So how about it? Will you pay six grand?