Panasonic’s New VIERA GT25 Full HD 3D Plasma Series

Panasonic’s New VIERA GT25 Full HD 3D Plasma Series

Panasonic announced  VIERA GT25 Series of Full HD 3D Plasma TVs, which will include 42-inch and 50-inch class screen sizes and will be available in late August 2010.

The VIERA GT25 Series include many of the same features found on the VIERA VT25 models including, 600Hz Sub-field Drive,  1080p Full HD resolution, VIERA Image Viewer (for viewing of digital still images), 24p Cinematic Playback, fast switching phosphors, Panasonic’s proprietary IPTV functionality, VIERA CAST which features USB connectivity, allowing for the addition of a wireless LAN adaptor, keyboard and USB memory. The GT25 Series also includes 2D to 3D conversion which can convert a 2D image or video to 3D and VIERA Link, which allows Panasonic owners to control their VIERA Link compatible audio and video products with just one remote.

The VIERA GT25 Series includes now 42-inch TC-P42GT25 model (41.6” measured diagonally) with price tag $1699.95 and the 50-inch TC-P50GT25 49.9” measured diagonally) with MSRP of $2099.95 and will be available in late August 2010.

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