Panasonic VT30, GT30 and ST30
Panasonic presents VT30, GT30 & ST30 with 3D

06 Jan 2011 | Rasmus Larsen |

Panasonic has unveiled the first details about their 2011 TVs, and we can expect some interesting new products. Panasonic has updated the 2011 line-up with fresh design, improved 3D and even better picture quality. FlatpanelsHD presents the new VT30, GT30 and ST30 ranges.

Panasonic 2011 line-up

Panasonic says that they will focus on design, picture quality and 3D in 2011. The bezels on the new TVs have been reduced considerably, Panasonic claims, and the VT30 now has one-sheet-of-glass design.

Panasonic VT30
Panasonic VT30


Panasonic believes that 3D technology will gain momentum in 2011, based on more movie and gaming content in 3D. Therefore 3D is a key focus point in the 2011 Panasonic line-up and 3D has also been integrated in cheaper model ranges, such as the ST30.

Panasonic S30
Panasonic S30


Panasonic promises that the 3D picture quality has been improved compared to the 2010 models, partly by reducing crosstalk, partly by increasing brightness by up to 30%.

Panasonic GT30
Panasonic GT30


The 2011 line-up will also feature Panasonic Viera Connect, a new cloud-based Internet system. This means that internet services are handled by an external server and then downloaded to the TV via the internet.

Panasonic ST30
Panasonic ST30


Panasonic has also incorporated Wi-Fi and THX picture presets in the high-end ranges. New and improved Infinite Black Pro 2 and Infinite Black 2 panels should improve 2D and 3D picture quality and also reduce black even further.

Panasonic VT30
Panasonic VT30


See specifications below.

VT30 specifications


  • One-sheet-of-glass design
  • Infinite Black Pro 2 panel
  • Improved Full HD 3D
  • THX & ISFccc
  • 600 Hz sub-field drive
  • Viera Connect
  • Built-in Wi-Fi
  • DLNA & 4 HDMI

    Panasonic VT30 will be available in 55 and 65 inches from April/May 2011 called TC-P55VT30 and TC-P65VT30.

    Prices
  • 55" 55VT30
  • 65" 65VT30


    GT30 specifications


  • Flush design
  • Infinite Black 2 panel
  • Improved Full HD 3D
  • THX
  • 600 Hz sub-field drive
  • Viera Connect
  • Built-in Wi-Fi
  • DLNA & 4 HDMI

    Panasonic GT30 will be available in 50, 55, 60 and 65 inches called TC-P50GT30, TC-P55GT30, TC-P60GT30 and TC-P65GT30.

    Prices
  • 50" 50GT30
  • 55" 55GT30
  • 60" 60GT30


    ST30 specifications


  • Infinite Black 2 panel
  • Full HD 3D
  • 600 Hz sub-field drive
  • Viera Connect
  • Wi-Fi Ready
  • DLNA & 3 HDMI

    Panasonic ST30 will be available in 42, 46, 50, 55, 60 and 65 inches called TC-P42ST30, TC-P46ST30, TC-P50ST30, TC-P55ST30, TC-P60ST30 and TC-P65ST30.

    Prices
  • 42" 42ST30
  • 50" 50ST30
  • 55" 55ST30


    S30 specifications


  • Faster phosphor
  • 600 Hz sub-field drive
  • DLNA & 3 HDMI

    Panasonic S30 will be available in 42, 46, 50 and 60 inches called TC-P42S30, TC-P46S30, TC-P50S30 and TC-P60S30.

    Prices
  • 42" 42S30


    Availability

    These are the Panasonic US models. The EU models are expected to come in different sizes and with a bit different features. These will be announced in 1-2 months. We will keep you updated with more information soon.



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