Panasonic X3 and G3
Panasonic X3 and G3 LCD-TVs with SD card recording

21 Dec 2010 | Rasmus Larsen |

Manufacturers have started gearing up for the annual CES show in January and Panasonic has released some teaser information on two new X3 and G3 Viera LCD-TVs to debut in Japan in February.

Panasonic X3 and G3

Panasonic is one of the manufacturers with a lot of new products lined up for a CES introduction, including their 2011 LCD and plasma line-up. Now Panasonic Japan has sent out a few details about two new LCD-TV ranges called G3 and X3.

Panasonic G3
Panasonic G3

X3 and G3 are mid-end models featuring a LED backlight and IPS panel. G3 will be available in a 42-inch variant called TH-P42G3. The X3 range will be available in 32, 26 and 19 inches called TH-L32X3, TH-L26X3 and TH-L19X3.

Both come with an integrated recording function that allow users to record directly to a SDXC memory card, with up to 5 hours of 1080p footage on a 64 GB SDXC card.

Panasonic's G3 and X3 ranges have only been announced for Japan but it’s noted that the current 2010 models are called G20 and X20 and the 2009 models were called G10 and X10. Therefore the 2011 models are expected to be named 30. We will keep you updated with more information from CES 2011 in January.

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