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PRAD | With the V10 series, Panasonic presents new plasma and LCD televisions in slim, attractive design

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With the V10 series, Panasonic presents new plasma and LCD televisions in slim, attractive design

Autor: Siobhan Hayes
03/20/2009, 23:58 CET

The new V10 series stands for an outstanding home cinema experience: the Panasonic high-end series also offer the newly developed NeoPDP plasma panel generation, with even more powerful processors and newly developed signal processing. The series also includes LCD high definition TVs, which set new standards in terms of technology and aesthetics with improved sound and image quality as well as an especially slim, compact form. The entire V10 series is distinguished by brilliant, razor-sharp images, full sound, optimal networking and attractive design.

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One new feature is the lead-free NeoPDP G12 Full HD Toughpanel with 1.,920 x 1,080 pixels, which comes with a Natural Vision Filter Pro. NeoPDP stands for the latest plasma generation developed by Panasonic, which brings television experience to a new dimension. The NeoPDP serie models are distinguished in particular through ultimate image quality, innovative features and attractive design in slim, light and compact form. Furthermore, the models are especially energy-efficient. With a lifetime of up to 100,000 hours, reduced power consumption and integrated Eco mode, the new plasma generation pays tribute to Panasonicís ecological principles.

A further highlight of the V10 series is the integrated multi-tuner with DVB-S, DVB-T and analogue cable tuner, which ensures versatile receiver options.



V10 series: home cinema enjoyment for fans (Photo: Panasonic)

Panasonicís latest IPTV application, VIERA CAST, is responsible for the optimal networking of the models. Panasonic will bring LCD and plasma televisions to the market for the first time early this year which can access selected Internet content. Those who own a television in the V10 series can use VIERA CAST with ease by connecting their television to the Internet using a LAN cable.

The Panasonic TX-P50V10E and TX-P42V10 plasma televisions will be available from specialised retailers from May 2009.

Also available from May 2009 are the LCD models TX-L37V10E and TX-L32V10E in the V10 series. The LCD TVs are distinguished in particular through the new Full HD IPS-Alpha-Fine-Black panel, V-Real Pro 4 signal processing and 100Hz Intelligent Frame Creation with Motion Focus. These also guarantee optimal image quality. The multituner ensures various receiver options, providing DVB-S, DVB-T and cable connections. Furthermore, the models are also as perfectly networked as their plasma counterparts with VIERA CAST and DLNA. Their environmental friendliness is guaranteed thanks to Eco mode, Eco link and a long lifetime. In addition, the LCD televisions come with VIERA Link, VIERA Image Viewer, Game-Mode and 4 x HDMI as well as LAN.

The recommended retail prices have not yet been established.

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