We already reported that Panasonic is bringing Avatar in 3D exclusively to Panasonic 3D TV customers this Holiday season. Now the new 3D Starter Kit containing Avatar 3D along with the two pair of glasses is shipping. You get the new Panasonic TY-EW3D2MMK2 starter kit free with the purchase of a Panasonic 3D PlasmaHDTV. The Avatar 3D Blu-ray is scheduled for general release in 2011.
Amazon offers two Panasonic 3D TVs that qualify for the free 3D Starter kit and the free Panasonic DMP-BDT100 3D Blu-ray player.
The 50-inch Panasonic TC-P50GT25 is on sale for $1,599.98 (list: $2,099.95) and the 42-inch Panasonic TC-P42GT25 is on sale for $1,299.98 (list:$1,699.95). The Panasonic GT25 series 3D Plasma TVs offer Infinite Black panel (contrast ratio: 5,000,000:1), VIERA Cast internet services, THX certified display, 600Hz sub-field drive, media viewer and 3 HDMI ports.
As reported Consumer Reports rates the Panasonic 3D Plasma as the best 3D TVs available. According to their findings Plasma TVs are better at displaying 3D images than LCD sets, primarily because they exhibit less ghosting, or double images that appear even when wearing 3D glasses.
If you want to go 3D this year, the Panasonic GT25 3D Plasma TVs are a great option. We already said that 3D TVs are the best Black Friday TV Deal of 2010 considering all the free stuff you get and the deep discounts on the TVs itself.
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