Panasonic WT60 and DT60
Panasonic WT60 & DT60 are new 2013 LED models

07 Jan 2013 | Rasmus Larsen |

Together with the new 2013 plasma TVs, Panasonic unveiled new 2013 LED models. The flagship is called WT60. A new DT60 range will also be available along with a range of cheaper model ranges.

Panasonic WT60 & DT60 LED models

No big surprises at Panasonics press conference but they did have new 2013 LED models; an area where Panasonic increases its efforts last year.

Panasonic WT60
Panasonic WT60


WT60 is the new flagship TV and replaces last year’s WT range. WT60 has a IPS panel with passive 3D and a real 240 Hz panel. Panasonic also mentions a 4200 Hz system that includes a range of technologies, including backlight scaninng.

WT60 comes with a super slim design and has Smart TV built in. The same is true for WiFi and a camera at the top. The TV comes with Panasonic’s Pad Remote.

Panasonic WT60
Panasonic WT60


DT60 also has a IPS panel with passive 3D technology that relies on the cheap polarized 3D glasses form movie theatres. DT60 is wrapped in an elegant, slim design and Panasonic also mentions a 1920 Hz system.

Panasonic DT60
Panasonic DT60


The new TVs will be available in the spring of 2013. We will publish much more information, prices and more later.



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