Tag Archives: panasonic

Feed Subscription

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 »

Panasonic TX-L32G10 Review

Despite being a strong advocate of plasma display technology, Panasonic has continued to release LCD televisions to cater for buyers who are unable to make room for larger-sized plasmas. 6 weeks ago, no less than 7 new LCD ranges (the C10, X10, X15, S10, G10, G15, and V10 series) were launched at the Panasonic Convention 2009 in Amsterdam; today, we’ll ... Read More »

Panasonic TXP42G10 & TXP42G15 Unveiled

Update: We have completed our review of the Panasonic TX-P42G10 NeoPDP plasma. Continuing our coverage at the Panasonic Convention 2009 in Amsterdam, we were presented with their evolutionary roadmap for the ongoing advancement of Viera flat screen HDTVs: It’s heartwarming to see Panasonic’s unwavering dedication to plasma display technology in spite of fierce competition from LCD/LED television panels which has ... Read More »

Panasonic TXP37X10 & TXP42X10 Launched

Panasonic has unveiled a new swathe of flat screen HDTVs (both plasma and LCD TVs) at their 2009 Convention in Amsterdam. As we had the pleasure of attending the event for the past couple of days, the next few news articles shall be dedicated to going over the salient features of each range, and also highlighting the differences (if any) ... Read More »

Panasonic DMP-BD50 Review

Although its relatively boxy shape and DVD player-sized casing might make it look unusually ordinary for a Blu-ray Disc player, the Panasonic DMP-BD50 has the distinction of being the first standalone BD machine which meets the “Profile 2.0″ criteria. This means that the Panasonic DMP-BD50 can access all of the Picture-in-Picture video commentary content, and all of the online connectivity ... Read More »