While some TV manufacturers haven't even brought any 3D sets to the market yet, Panasonic is already poised to expand its collection with two new models set to be available early next month.
Panasonic today announced release details for the VT25 series of 3D TVs, which will bring the company's total number of 3D screen sizes to four, more than any other company.
The new sets, under Panasonic's Viera line, make a 50-inch, 54-inch, 58-inch, and 65-inch all available to the budding 3D market.
"The arrival of our VIERA VT25 Series truly defines the phenomenal capabilities of Panasonic's Full HD 3D technology to deliver a new level of home entertainment to consumers," said Panasonic VP Henry Hauser.
The new 50-inch and 54-inch models will be available the first week of May, at around $2,600 and $3,000 respectively.
The 58-inch model will retail for around $3,400 and the 65-incher will be $4,300. Both of those are headed to stores in June.
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