First details on new Z11 series from Panasonic

20 May 2009 | Rasmus Larsen |

You may read about the Z10/Z1 series from Panasonic that has a slim 1" design, an external wireless mediabox and a THX stamp. Now the Z1/Z10 gets a companion without a wireless media box called Z11.

Panasonic Z11
Panasonic Z11


If you want the high-end Z10/Z1 model but don’t need the wireless media box you can look at the new Z11 series from Panasonic. Z11 is almost identical to Z10/Z1 except the wireless communication, which is replaced by a physical cable between the external media box and the TV.

Panasonic Z11
Panasonic Z11


Other features: 1-inch thin (2.5 cm) design, Full HD panel based on the NeoPDP technology. Panasonic has also incorporated DVB-T and DVB-C tuners with mpeg4 support and several other image circuit technologies. Finally, the Z11 series has the THX certification.

Panasonic Z11 has the internet-enabled VIERA CAST as well and DLNA which lets users stream music, pictures and video onto the screen. The frame is made from brushed steel.

Panasonic Z11
Panasonic Z11


The new Panasonic Z11 series will be available starting from June 2009. We can expect a 46-inch and a 54-inch version called TX-P46Z11E and TX-P54Z11E. The latter arrives a few months later.

Prices have not been announced yet.



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