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Panasonic Stays Under 70 Inches with 2013 Plasmas and LCDs – No UHDTV  Print E-mail
Home Theater News General News
Written by Dick Ward   
Monday, 07 January 2013

While others shift their focus to ridiculously large 4K sets, Panasonic is sticking with the stuff that got them where they are.  The company is set to release plasmas and LCDs, all sitting at 65 inches and below.  While last year that wouldn't have been much of a surprise, that sets them apart at this year's CES.


Of course, Panasonic isn't without a few innovations of its own.  The company's new sets offer features like Swipe & Share 2.0, which makes phone and tablet integration easier, Voice Guidance, which uses either your remote or smartphone to control the TV and the optional Touch Pen, which allows you to write on photos displayed on your screen.  Most of the new sets are 3D, connected, and sport 2D to 3D conversion.  In plasma, the largest is 65 inches and LCD peaks at 55.

Photo Credit: Endgadget.com








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