Panasonic to launch full HD plasma display
Manama, July 12, 2010
Panasonic, a leading electronic products manufacturer, will start taking orders in the Middle East next month for its new professional-use ultra-large full HD 3D plasma display panels (PDPs).
These displays include the world's largest 152-inch model, as well as 103- and 85-inch models, a statement said.
Shipments will start first in the Japan, US, Europe and Middle East markets in December this year followed by other countries soon thereafter.
The PDPs provide high quality full HD 3D video on the world's largest scale for a direct-view display, as well as ultra-high picture quality 2D displays, the statement said.
“The way people see TV has dramatically evolved, and our products are designed to match our customer’s changing lifestyles,” said Masao Motoki, director, system solutions, Panasonic Marketing Middle East.
“Our large screen displays are ideally suited for the region and Panasonic is committed to making world class entertainment technology readily available to our customers,” he added.
To develop the new professional models, Panasonic has advanced its unique technologies employed in its Viera full HD 3D plasma televisions that were launched in the consumer market this year.
The technologies include an industry-highest native contrast ratio of 5,000,000:1 for overwhelming black reproduction; a high speed driving technology to achieve the PDP's full moving picture resolution; and a crosstalk reduction technology, a crucial requirement for producing clear and crisp 3D images, the statement said.
The newly-developed ultra high-speed drive technology achieves clear and highly detailed 3D video even on the ultra-large panels, while also, the newly developed built-in "professional quality engine" has doubled the color reproducibility with 30-bit processing in comparison to conventional models.
These advances allow the world's first ultra-large full HD 3D plasma display lineup to reproduce high quality 3D video sources accurately in a high quality and create an immersive experience that allows the audience to feel as if they were a part of the scene, according to the statement. – TradeArabia News Service