Panasonic recently launched its VT20 Plasma 3DTV in the UK, meaning consumers in the United Kingdom now have a choice of two 3D TV technologies to choose from. Samsung was the first company to release a 3D TV in the UK, however Panasonic is right on its heels.
The Panasonic Viera TX-P50VT20 is Panasonic’s first 3D TV. The Panasonic TX-P50VT20 has built-in Freesat HD and Freeview HD tuners along with 4 HDMIs an SD card slot and 2 USBs. Interestingly, via one of the USB ports you can copy Standard or High Definition programmes to an HDD between 160GB and 2TB.
The 3D images that have been seen on this models are said to be out of this world with a field of depth that is second to none. Panasonic are also providing two pairs of 3D Active glasses with this TV.
The Panasonic TX-P50VT20 is available to UK now for a price of around £2299.99.
Take a look at Panasonic TXP50VT20 3D Plasma TV video,