Panasonic Revamps Plasma Line With 6 New Models Between 42- And 103-Inches
Panasonic's latest iteration of the plasma monster comes in the form of the new TH-103PZ800, a whopping 103-inches, and showcased with five new siblings ranging from 42- to 65-inches. The 103-inch TH-103PZ800 sports 1920 x 1080 pixels, 10, 000: 1 contrast ratio, xvColor support and Deep Color. It also boasts MPEG noise reduction, 24p film and AVCHD video playback. Priced at $48, 000, the 103-inch beast is significantly cheaper than its like-sized $70, 000 predecessor.
The PZ800 series consists of 58- and 65-inch models boasting 1080p resolution, 30, 000:1 contrast ratio, MPEG-4 AVC/H.264 decoding and processing, 24p film playback and noise reduction features. The 58-inch TH-58PZ800 and 65-inch TH-65PZ800 will retail for roughly $5500 and $7800 respectively.
The mainstream-oriented PZR900 series brings three smaller models to market, sized 42-, 46-, and 50-inches. All featuring 1080p resolution and 30, 000:1 contrast ratio, the PZR900 series includes a 1TB HDD allowing about 121 hours of video recording time to go with its Youtube access. The TH-42PZR900, TH-45PZR900, and TH-50PZR900 will set you back roughly $3860, $4410, and $4960 respectively.
All of Panny's six new plasma's will make a Japanese debut.
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Posted by Justin Davey at August 27, 2008 4:54 AM