Digital Planet, exclusive importers and distributors of Panasonic in Malta will be present at this years forthcoming Trade Fair during which they will be introducing the latest Plasma TV Technology from Panasonic, the P55VT30 Plasma 3D TV.
Rated at a staggering 88% by the influential gadget review website www.hdwars.com, the P55VT30 was also described as a tv that has managed to recreate a true cinema experience at home and that its extraordinary black level response makes it currently the last word in TV picture quality.
Speaking about this latest tv model which is also considered among the slimmest plasma tvs ever launched by Panasonic, Digital Planet general manager Keith Spiteri stated the viewing experience has never been so lifelike and compelling as it is with Panasonics 3D technology used in the NEO Plasma panels used in this state-of-the-art TV. In Neo Plasma models, contrast in brightly lit locations has been improved. Enhancements to the panel and filter help reproduce images with smooth, natural gradation and deep, rich blacks even when viewed in bright surroundings. In movies, true, deep blacks faithfully convey the intent of the filmmaker, adding power and realism to the viewing experience.
Mr Spiteri added: We are very proud to be launching this latest jewel at the forthcoming Trade Fair event as much as we are equally proud with Panasonic as a brand whose plasmas have set the bar where active 3D playback is concerned. We are very sure that all those who are passionate about home entertainment will find it very hard not to be excited by what Panasonics latest flagship 3D model can do especially given its healthy 55 screen size which is a huge deal when youre speaking about a 3D TV. This product which is priced at 2,499 is also bound to be very attractive given the fact that it ships with two pairs of 3D active shutter glasses, added Mr Spiteri.
The P55VT30 which has been hailed as a technological masterpiece comes also with Viera Connect, which grants users to enjoy video and music sports, games and a variety of other content in addition to the standard content one anticipates from a normal tv set. These include a healthy amount of on-line features such as the BBC iPlayer, the AceTrax motion picture rental and buy service, YouTube, Facebook, Eurosport and Skype. And since the Viera Connect service is a cloud-based system, customers can anticipate new services to be added to it pretty regularly. These are supposed to include some surprisingly good quality games, as well as health and fitness programmes that can be used in conjunction with special Viera accessories.
For more information and a free demonstration interested customers may also visit Digital Planet Limited at 183/4, Marina Street, Pieta. Phone on: 2124 1127.
source : www.maltabusinessweekly.com.mt
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