Sunday, February 19, 2006

Video of Panasonic 103-inch Plasma

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CineNow.com interviews Fumi Taniguchi, Manager of Overseas System Marketing Team from Panasonic right in front of the 103-incher plasma display at ISE 2006 in Brussels. Gives you a great idea how big it is in case you missed CES 2006 or ISE 2006. You can very easily conclude how many kilowatts this beast consumes and how hot would it be to interview someone in front of it. Anyways, according to the lady from Panasonic, plasma's pixel bridge ( or the distance between pixels ) is similar to that of a 42 incher. If you do not know, 42-inchers are the most brightest among the family and capable of higher contrast ratio. Another interesting point, besides that it will be priced "reasonable", Panasonic lady says that you will need good content, meaning 1080p signal from the origin, to actually appreciate all inches of this display. She mentioned, that they are going to talk to broadcasters for a good signal - I say good luck.
Panasonic is trying to make it to the market before the end of 2006. Start saving.

Watch the video at CineNow.com

Posted by Mike at 5:32 PM
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