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Friday, May 08, 2009
Panasonic 103-Inch Plasma Available For USD 50000


Panasonic announced today that the 103-inch Plasma Full High Definition 1080p Display ?the world?s largest Plasma commercially available ? will now be priced at $50,000.

When it debuted in December 2006, the made-to-order HD Display was priced at $69,999.95.

Since its debut, more than 6,000 Panasonic 103-inch HD Displays have been installed worldwide, according to Panasonic.

The Panasonic 103-inch Full HD Plasma (TH-103PF10UK) delivers smooth motion images ideal for the fast pace of sports, action movies, and video games, making the TH-103PF10UK and its 7-1/2 ft. by 4 ft. of viewing space the ultimate home theater experience. It also includes a 100,000-hour service life and is backed by Panasonic?s 3-year warranty and ProPlasma Concierge Service.

The TH-103PF10UK can support up to a 5 x 5 video wall natively -- the largest in the industry -- and also provides new video processing capabilities to further sharpen the image when displaying low resolution content or when zooming the image in video wall applications. Its new Portrait Zoom function lets you display one horizontal image across three vertically-mounted 103-inch plasmas for an incredibly impactful visual of over 90 square feet.


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