Panasonic VT20 in 42 and 46 inches
Panasonic VT20 now in 42 and 46 inches

01 Sep 2010 | Rasmus Larsen |

Panasonic’s VT20 (in Europe) is the flagship model from Panasonic and the only to feature a 3D panel. Until now this model has only been available from 50 inches and up but on IFA Panasonic has unveiled 42 and 46" variants. Both models will be available soon with 2D-to-3D conversion.

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Panasonic VT in 42 and 46”

On IFA 2010 Panasonic has unveiled 42 and 46 inch models. These are basically smaller version of the current +50 inch variants, so expect an Infinite Black Pro panel, THX picture mode, USB recording, Internet, and DLNA.

Panasonic TX-P42VT20E 3D

The models are based on active 3D panels, which mean that you require active 3D glasses. Two pairs are included in the price.

Panasonic TX-P46VT20E 3DTV

Available soon

Panasonic VT20 will be available in Europe in 42 and 46 inches called TX-P42VT20E and TX-P46VT20E (besides the current 50 and 65” models). A US launch of VT25 variants has not yet been confirmed.

Read our Panasonic VT20 / VT25 review here.

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