Panasonic’s first 3D LED TVs Debuting in 2011

Samia Perkins - Feb 15, 2011
Panasonic’s first 3D LED TVs Debuting in 2011

In 2011, Panasonic’s Viera TV line will include the brand’s first 3D LED TVs. The DT30 series will include two TVs, the 32-inch TX-L37DT30, and the 37-inch TX-L37DT30. These panels will add mid-size TVs to the larger plasma TVs that Panasonic already offers. They will have IPS panels for a wide viewing angle, and the addition of improved motion response and Intelligent Frame Creation to produce cross-talk-free 3D images, according to Panasonic.

The DT30 series models will include Panasonic’s Viera Connect internet service, which gives viewers access to a series of apps with functions including accessing Twitter, Facebook and Skype. They also will include Wi-Fi and DLNA connectivity, and 4 HDMIs, 3 USB ports, and a PC input.

The DT30 will be available in the UK in May, according to PocketLint. Panasonic’s flagship VT30 3D Plasma screen will also be available in 42, 50, 55, and 65 inch screen sizes.

[via PocketLint]

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