Panasonic already announced the Viera TH-103PZ600 103 inch Plasma TV in Japan in July. Pricing back then was estimated at $51,000. Actually ordering for the TH-103PZ600 started today in Japan.
The contrast ratio of the 103 inch Panasonic Plasma wonder is 4,000:1. The measurements are 2,414x1,748x871mm. The weight is 322kg.
Panasonic surprised us (at least me) in April with the news that they actually will sell the 103 inch Plasma. In July I started to believe it, when Panasonic said that this fall business customers can order the huge TV. Consumers can supposedly buy one in Spring 2007.
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Zombies with Bazookas Game Review
Zombies with Bazookas is a game where gamers can get to rescue the survivors from the zombies using a helicopter. The gamers would face lots of obstacles while doing this. This is a funny game to play and can be played for a pass time. The game would not cause extra pressure in the minds of the gamers and the gamers would feel quite relaxed while playing the game.
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