Panasonic Adds New, Larger 3D TVs To Line Up
By Chris Brandrick
Panasonic has finally announced more details as to what it has in store for the world of 3D TV, both here in the U.S. and in global markets.
Following the company’s move to increase 3D TV production, the firm has revealed plans which include the release of larger 3D TVs in Japan, and the continued roll-out of their growing 3D plasma range on an international level.
Panasonic’s global plans now finally include launch dates for its Viera VT25 line. This comes after a succesfull demo of the 3D technology at numerous Best Buy stores and after their VT20 line sold out completely here in the U.S.
On May 3, Panasonic will ship its 50-inch and 54-inch VT25 models; the 50-inch model will cost $2,600, and the 54-inch will cost under $3,000. A month later in June, the company will roll-out two more models, in 58-inch and 65-inch sizes. These larger sets will naturally carry a larger price tag–the 58-inch Viera TC-P58VT25 will set you back just shy of $4,000, while the 65-inch TC-P65VT25 model will cost around $4,300.
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