Large Format FULL High-Definiton 3D Plasma Displays by Panasonic

Large Format FULL High-Definiton 3D Plasma Displays by Panasonic

The provider of collaboration, information-sharing and decision support solutions for government and commercial enterprises, The Panasonic Solutions Company, today introduced at InfoComm the world’s largest and highly-anticipated Panasonic TH-152UX1 152-inch, with 4K x 2K or 4096 x 2160 resolution and Full high-definition 3D plasma display.

This 17:9 stunning display will immerse spectators in three-dimensional images and can illustrate even oversized products with life-size views.

Panasonic Solutions Company also announced the TH-103VX200U and TH-85VX200U 3D versions of the premium 103-inch and 85-inch plasma Displays.

The products will ship at the end of this year, in December 2010, at the suggested list price of $65,000 and $45,000 respectively. The TH-152UX1 is expected to be available in January, 2011.

The three new FULL High-Definition 3D Large-Format Plasma Display are ideal for a broad spectrum of cutting-edge applications. They are designed to utilize in corporate environments and in commercial applications.

The Displays facilitate an overwhelming near-infinite contrast ratio of 5,000,000:12, which is around twice the tone gradation of the conventional models3. The super-accurate color reproduction is provided by the 30-bit Color Processing Engine plus a color management system that features high-precision pixel conversion, color signal-processing technology and professional picture quality adjustment allows the displays to be set up to suit their viewing environments perfectly. The displays also come with a video processing technology that allows for crisp, smooth playback of images that are originally recorded in 24p, like movies recorded on film, thus raising the video reproduction performance of the plasma display panels allowing for high-precision content in 3D and 2D.

For more information visit panasonic.com/proplasma.

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