Panasonic adds three new 3D TVs to extra dimension range

42-inch and 46-inch models join the 3D VT20 range

Panasonic 2D-3D conversion joins new VT20 TVs

Panasonic has unveiled three new Plasma HD 3D TVs during its IFA press conference in Berlin today building on its current fleet of extra-dimensional VIERA VT20 devices with the inclusion of 42 and 46-inch models.

The new Panasonic VIERA 42VT20 and 46VT20 join former 50 and 65-inch models of the full HD 3D TVs and will include the new NeoPDP upgrade offering higher power efficiency and improved image quality than previous editions.

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The Wi-Fi compatible VT20’s feature 50fps refresh rates and 5 million: 1 contrast rations for fluid, crisp and crystal clear images. For those looking to rely not solely on the currently limited 3D content, the new VT20s will also feature Panasonic’s 2D-3D conversion technology allowing users to watch whatever they wish with that additional thrill of the extra dimension.

Joining the new VT20s is Panasonic line-up of new 3D boxes is the 42-inch Panasonic TX-P42GT20 which offers many of the same features as the VT20s such as 2D-3D conversion, 600Hz intelligent frame creation and the super high contrast filter.

Unlike the VT20s, however, and despite its impressive full HD 3D credentials, the TX-P42GT20 does not come boxed with any of the active shutter glasses needed to enjoy the 3D content such as the upcoming US open which the TV manufacturer will be sponsoring and broadcasting in 3D.

Both the 42VT20 and 46VT20 come with two pairs of Panasonic’s TY-EW3D10E Active Shutter specs.

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