The Panasonic GT50 Plasma TV is a series of 3D-capable HDTV showcased at the CES 2012 event in Las Vegas. It was the second best HDTV line-up by Panasonic which boasted its elegant design. It’s a huge improvement from the Panasonic Viera Z1 Series Plasma TV.
Like the Samsung UNES7500 3D Smart LED TV Series, the Panasonic TC-PGT50 Plasma HDTV Series is THX-certified. It is 3D compatible but also got 2D-to-3D conversion capability. It has a progressive 3D Full HD display.
Panasonic’s GT50 series of Plasma TV features Infinite Black Pro Panel with 1080p resolution. It is capable of multitasking, has built-in Wi-Fi and four HDMI ports. It also features a cloud-based Viera Connect Internet suite with web browser.
The biggest boasting factor in the GT50 is its one-sheet design. It also has a touchpad remote. With regards to looks, it’s very far from the LG 55EM9600 55″ Cinema 3D OLED Smart HDTV.
The Panasonic TC-PGT50 Plasma TV will be available in four models: TC-P50GT50 (50-inch), TC-P55GT50 (55-inch), TC-P60GT30 (60-inch), and TC-P65GT50 (65-inch).
Panasonic GT50 Plasma HDTV exact release date and prices are yet to be announced. According to the manufacturer, the 50-inch and 55-inch models will come earlier in March while the 60-inch and 65-inch models will follow in April 2012.