Siddharth ZarabiJul 14, 2008 13:01:02 IST
Panasonic has announced the launch and availability of its 2008 Viera range of plasma and LCD televisions in India. Made in Japan, these panels claim to be easy to use, environmentally friendly and mainly, gorgeous to look at. The plasmas have a contrast ratio of 1000,000:1 and come with a special new technology called V-real 3 and V-real PRO 3 Technology.
V-real is the collective name for Panasonic's black-box imaging technologies, which have now evolved into the V-real 3 and V-real PRO 3 of the 2008 Viera models. In the process, Panasonic has redesigned every V-real device. The advanced V-real technologies owes its origins to the combination of fast action relay HD camcorder technology and moviemaking technologies developed in Panasonic Hollywood Laboratory (PHL).
Currently, Panasonic provides plasma screens ranging from 42-inches to 103-inches in the Indian market. This year, Panasonic has introduced 3 new plasma variants, namely, TH-50PV80 (50 inch HDready), TH-42PV80 (42 inch HD ready), TH-42PV8 (42 inch HD ready). In addition Panasonic will also be introducing, 2 full high definition models, namely, TH-50PY850 (50 inches) and TH-65PY850 (65 inches) this year. All the 2008 models contain the TUF (Tough Under Force) glass panel that covers the front glass of the plasma TV screen providing protection against impacts (up to 4 joules). These models also feature over 900 moving line picture resolution, dynamic contrast of 1,000,000:1; and an extended
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