Panasonic 3D HDTV TC-PVT25 Is CES 2010 Best In Show

Posted: Jan 11 2010, 1:29am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 6:49pm CDT , in CES


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CNET awarded their CES Best In Show Awards and selected the new Panasonic 3D HDTV TC-PVT25 as winner in "Best of Show" and "Best in Television" category.

CNET highlights Panasonic's intense push for 3D and the HD 3D image quality found in the VT25 series, which is supposed to already ship in Spring.

By delivering a full 1080p-resolution image to each eye, Panasonic's Full HD 3D technology offers consumers the highest possible visual experience. Panasonic will ship in the Spring of 2010 four 3D models in sizes including 50-inch class (49.9 inches measured diagonally) (TC-P50VT25), 54-inch class (54 inches measured diagonally), 58-inch class (58 inches measured diagonally) and 65-inch class (65 inches measured diagonally). In addition, all four 3D VIERA televisions feature Panasonic's VIERA CAST IPTV functionality and all models are THX certified.

We are publishing later our Top 10 CES 2010 Products and in the 3D category the winner for me is the LG 3D Projector and not a 3D TV.

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