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3D TV @ Panasonic Convention 2010

On the 16th of February 2010, Panasonic chose the beautiful city of Munich to launch and promote their 2010 line-up of products – ranging from home entertainment systems to portable devices – at their annual convention. However, the central theme of this year’s convention was primarily on 3D TV. Financial Report We were greeted with an intro video, which was ... Read More »

Panasonic TX-L32S10 Review

Panasonic LCD televisions have always been well-received by majority of consumers for number of reasons, and this year it’s no different. The Panasonic TX-L32S10 is an entry-level 1080p HDTV aimed for gamers and casual viewers. So with that in mind, let’s move onto the review. Note: The specific model we reviewed was the Panasonic TX-L32S10B (denoting the 3-pin-plug British version), ... Read More »

Panasonic TX-P42V10 Review

The Panasonic TX-P42V10 HDTV comes from their Viera V10 plasma range, which – like the G10 series we tested recently – boasts a NeoPDP panel, built-in Freesat tuner, and 600Hz Sub-field Drive Intelligent Frame Creation Pro. On top of these specifications, the Panasonic TX-P42V10 also features additional THX video certification, and interactive functions such as [Viera Cast] and DLNA media ... Read More »

Panasonic TX-P42V10 Arrived

The much-awaited V10 series of plasma TVs from Panasonic – comprising the 42-inch TX-P42V10 and 50-inch TX-P50V10 – have hit UK stores, and are now available to buy from retailers such as John Lewis. Sitting one rung up from the G10 series we tested recently within Panasonic’s hierarchy of Viera plasmas, the V10 series offer the following extra features over ... Read More »

Panasonic TX-P42G10 Review

The Panasonic TX-P42G10 is the first plasma television available to buy in the United Kingdom featuring their NeoPDP plasma panel which doubles the luminous efficiency of every plasma cells. To put it another way, the Panasonic TX-P42G10 plasma HDTV is able to display the same level of brightness while consuming only half the amount of energy when compared to its ... Read More »