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Panasonic centers on 3D Tech at CES 2011

32" to 65" inchers = 3D for everyone!

| Displays & Projectors News | Posted: Jan 6, 2011 4:36 am

CES 2011, Las Vegas - Panasonic has been on the cutting edge when it comes to 3D technology, and they look to have no plans of stopping in their press conference at CES is any indication. Expecting over 20 new additions to their Viera line of HDTVs in 2011 with sizes from 32" all the way up to 65", they are fully locked and loaded to take the big chunk of the 3D TV market as they project 32% of televisions purchased will be3D capable by 2014.

 

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The TVs are going to get bigger as well; Panasonic will be replacing their 54" models with 55" and te current 55" models will get a bump to 60". The big dog will be the VIERA 65" GT30, complete with 3D capability and more connections than you'll ever need. Panasonic is definitely looking to make a 3D TV for every consumer, and paired with their new 3D Bluray players they may just have success bringing this tech into the mainstream.

 

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