Panasonic GT25 3D plasma
Panasonic GT25: Lower priced 3D plasma-TV

16 Aug 2010 | Rasmus Larsen |

Panasonic has announced a new lower priced GT25 3D plasma range to complement its flagship VT20 / VT25 model. GT25 will be unveiled on IFA 2010 in Berlin from September 3.

FlatpanelsHD will be in Berlin to cover the world’s largest consumer electronics fair IFA 2010. Starting September 1 you can read all about the new products and trends on FlatpanelsHD. Check out the front page or IFA 2010 Coverage site. You can also subscribe to our Newsletter or RSS feeds.


Panasonic GT25 3D plasma

Panasonic has announced a GT25 range of 3D plasma TVs that is a lower priced 3D plasma model. GT25 looks pretty similar to the popular G20 range, just with added 3D.


Panasonic GT25 3D-plasma


GT25 will feature the same design and features of the G20 model that we tested earlier this year. This also means Internet access to services such as Amazon Video-on-Demand, Netflix, YouTube, and twitter. It also incorporates DLNA and USB.

It’s based on the active 3D technology that requires active 3D shutter glasses (to be sold separately). For the first time Panasonic will also support 2D to 3D conversion. We hope that GT25 will reproduce the same quality 3D pictures as the VT20 / VT25 that convinced us with its 3D picture quality. GT25 has also been THX certified and has a Full HD panel.

Panasonic GT25 will be released in a 42 and a 50 inch variant called TC-P42GT25 and TC-P50GT25 in the US. The suggested retail prices are 1700 and 2100 US dollars, respectively.

Expect a lot more information after IFA 2010. FlatpanelsHD will be in Berlin to give you all the information about the new product launches. And expect a review here on FlatpanelsHD very soon.

The European GT20 3Dmodel has now been unveiled: Panasonic presents GT20: new cheaper 3DTV



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