Panasonic introduced at CES its 3D Full HD Plasma Home Theater System, which is said to be the first-of-its-kind setup that depicts 3-D imagery that the company says is fully true to life. The system involves a 103-inch plasma HDTV from Panasonic and a Panasonic Blu-ray player that, together, deliver full HD images to the left and right eyes.
Panasonic has debuted a new 103-inch plasma screen for professional settings with a 100,000-hour service life, updated video processing, HDMI and an optional wireless presentation module. The price: about $70,000.
Matsushita Electric Industrial Co., maker of the Panasonic brand, is unveiling four new plasma HDTV models in September, including a 103-inch model. The new models will compete with Sharp's and Sony Corp.'s existing LCD TVs.
Panasonic is offering an expanded customer support plan for current and new customers of its Plasma TVs. The Panasonic Plasma Concierge program will provide answers and advice to ensure that consumers easily transition to HDTV and get the full benefit of the service.