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Sunday, April 25, 2010
Panasonic VIERA VT25 Series Of Full HD 3D Plasmas Expected at Retail in Early May


Panasonic finally announced pricing and U.S. retail availability dates for its VIERA VT25 Series of Full HD 3D Plasma TVs.

The debut of the VT25 series will expand Panasonic's 3D offerings to four screens sizes with availability at a wide range of consumer electronics retailers.

The first VIERA VT25 models will be available in early May in 50-inch class (49.9 inches diagonal) and 54-inch class (54.1 inches diagonal) sizes with 58-inch class (58.0 inches diagonal) and 65-inch class (64.7 inches diagonal) sizes to follow in June. Complete technical specifications for the VT25 Series are now available at www.panasonic.com.

In March 2010, Panasonic partnered with Best Buy to debut its first Full HD 3D home entertainment system featuring the VIERA TC-P50VT20 Full HD 3D Plasma (50-inch class screen size, 49.9 inches diagonal) exclusively at select Best Buy Magnolia Home Theater stores.
The VIERA VT25 Series broadens the reach of Panasonic's Full HD 3D technology for the home offering the following models:

TC-P50VT25
- 50-inch class (49.9 inches diagonally)
- SRP $2,599.95
- Available week of May 3, 2010

TC-P54VT25
- 54-inch class (54.1 inches diagonally)
- SRP $2,999.95
- Available week of May 3, 2010

TC-P58VT25
- 58-inch class (58.0 inches diagonally)
- SRP $3,399.95
- Available June 2010

TC-P65VT25
- 65-inch class (64.7 inches diagonally)
- SRP $4,299.95
- Available June 2010

"With Panasonic Plasma's new short-stroke phosphor technology, Full HD 3D imagery is delivered in stunning realism and clarity to create a truly immersive viewing experience that will make the viewer feel that they have stepped in to the program they are watching," said Henry Hauser, Vice President, Panasonic Display Group.

All Panasonic VIERA VT25 Series models feature:

- Full HD 3D Technology ? For a Full 1080p 3D image, Panasonic's VT25 Series features new, faster screen phosphors (short-stroke) which, when coupled with the VIERA VT25?s 600Hz sub-field drive, outputs alternating imagery at 60 frames per second to each eye. Working in unison with the required Active Shutter Eyewear, the human brain then combines the images and interprets them as a Full HD 3D image for the highest possible realistic visual experience

- Active Shutter Eyewear -- All Panasonic VIERA VT25 Series models come with one pair of Panasonic 3D Active Shutter Eyewear (TY-EW3D10U). Additional pairs of Panasonic 3D Eyewear are available at retail with an SRP of $149.95.

- Infinite Black Pro Panel - A new phosphor technology that produces deep blacks (5,000,000:1 native contrast) and vivid images with minimal reflection.

- THX Certified Display -- Ensures that every Panasonic Full HD 3D TV displays motion pictures and television content with exactly the quality and color palette that the director intended.

- VIERA CAST WiFi with Skype Capability -- Panasonic?s Internet programming package, gives viewers the ability to access feature films plus information and communication offerings including Amazon Video on Demand, Bloomberg News, Fox Sports, Netflix, and Skype on Your VIERA TV3, among others.

All Panasonic VIERA VT25 Series models also feature 600HZ Sub-field Drive, 1080p Lines Moving Picture Resolution, VIERA Image Viewer , VIERA Link Connectivity with Network Cameras, 24p Cinematic Playback, two USB Ports, PC Input, and are ENERGY STAR 4.0 compliant.

Panasonic?s VIERA VT20 Full HD 3D Plasma TV (50-inch class screen size, 49.9 inches diagonal) will continue to be sold exclusively at Best Buy Magnolia Home Theater stores (SRP $2499,95) through May 2nd and then will be available at Best Buy stores nationwide. The VT25 Series models offer ISFccc (calibrated with an RS232C jack) and Studio reference mode -- features not included on the VT20 model. The VT25 Series models also feature a different cosmetic -- the bezel color of the VT20 is gunmetal silver/grey while the bezel color of the VT25 Series models is a deep brown metallic.

The sets are also Full HD TVs that display pristine 1080p content in two dimensions (2D) for conventional HD viewing.


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