Panasonic unveils 3 new plasma TVs.
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Panasonic has launched three top of the range models as part of its Viera line-up of Full HD plasma TVs.
The new models make up the PY850 high-end plasma TV series and include the 65-inch TH-65PY850, the 58-inch TH-58PY850 and the 50-inch TH-50PY850.
"We take great pride in the fact that Panasonic Viera TVs offer the highest contrast ratio among any plasma display panel TVs currently available in the market," stated Panasonic Marketing Middle East product manager Shimpei Tsujigami.
"The stunning blacks that are reproduced on these plasma TVs are capable of recreating true to life images. This combined with the excellent Motion Picture Response and Digital Cinema Colour enhancements offer viewers a deeply moving viewing experience," he added.
All models feature a viewing angle of more than 170 degrees, which means viewers can watch the TV from almost all angles without any compromising picture quality.
"We have also improved the sound system from previous models to offer superb sound quality and smaller speakers to enhance the aesthetics of the new PY850 models."
Panasonic has made flat panel TVs easy to operate through the Viera Link, which connects the TV to other equipment such as a DVD player via a single HDMI cable.
The built-in SD Card slot enables viewing of JPEG photos as well as allowing for playback of AVCHD-encoded video clips recorded onto the card.
"Panasonic Viera TVs are the world's only lead free plasma panels. We are committed to conserving the earth and its resources through our green products. An example of how we are minimising environmental pollution is the upgrade of Viera panel life to 100,000-hours," he added.- TradeArabia News Service
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|Publication:||TradeArabia (Manama, Bahrain)|
|Date:||Oct 16, 2008|
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