Panasonic's flagship plasma television boasts of a whopping 65-inch screen estate and improved 2,500Hz Focused Field Drive system to reduce blurring caused by so-called 'trailing' images. We take on the VT50S to see if it's capable of trouncing its VT30S predecessor.
Panasonic moves in to adopt passive 3D technology with the introduction of their new Viera ET5S LCD TV series. We put the display through the necessary paces to determine if it delivers the same visual acumen as Panasonic's acclaimed plasma brethren at a much lower price point.
Can Panasonic top the plasma race once again with its latest successor to the Viera VT20? Bestowed with a new Infinite Black Pro 2 panel and the now familiar Viera Connect platform for internet lovers, we took the VT30 out for a good spin to see if it's able to retain its crown as king of the PDPs.
Last year, Panasonic made their debut on the LED stage with their D-series LCD TVs. This year, it's the E-series turn to shine. Packed with the improved VIERA Connect platform and an IPS Alpha panel, does the E30S has what it takes to keep up with the competition?
A purple bezel and LED backlights? Hardly familiar characteristics on a Panasonic LCD TV, but they're undoubtedly a reality on the VIERA D25S. Touting Panasonic's famous IPS panel and VIERA Cast toppings, we were quite excited to push the D25S to the fore to test its mettle.
Having laid our hands on 3D LCD TVs, it's about time we gave Panasonic's stereoscopic PDP a shot. Armed to the teeth with a reborn NeoPDP panel and VIERA Cast suite, we wasted little time in getting up to speed with the Infinite Black knight.
To augment their VIERA fleet, Panasonic has added a sultry mix of home entertainment systems to accompany their HDTVs for their launch here in Singapore. We'll also bring you a snippet or two from Panasonic's "Eco Ideas" Roadshow held in conjunction with World Environment Day last week.