Panasonic have revealed it’s newest Plasma TV and the 55-inch which given code name as P55VT50 and for other once is 65-inch named as P65VT50 both version have been unveiled at the CES 2012 in Las Vegas.
However the VT50 built with the touchable remote the device is designed to make navigating around internet-based content a little bit easier as also browsing and use of Applications is much harder in that touch remote. But Panasonic does get ever closer to the Pioneer standard with every passing year. A specially-designed filter prevents external light getting in and messing up the image too and Panny is also boasting 24,576 steps of gradation, which should mean that images with subtle tonal changes between shades are properly represented. This is crucial, especially in plasmas, as the first generations of screens look dreadful because of poor gradation.
It looks like the features are the same as Samsung, Sony or LG it also possibly installable with Google TV or Ubuntu TV but the Panasonic’s VT50 wouldn’t come with the installed TV OS probably Panasonic will choose to install the Google TV upon shipping. Also new are Panasonic’s 8-train speakers. These are very thin, but offer a lot of power and a wide and clear soundstage. There is also a 22mm thick subwoofer at the rear. The Kuro might have been the best performing plasma of all time, but it was never a looker. Panasonic has a single piece of glass here, which gives the VT50 a style and beauty that is sure to impress those who see it in shops.
About the availability and pricing are not been released yet probably Panasonic will be release within month but we are strongly looking forward to get the latest update from Panasonic.