Panasonic Releases Thinnest Plasma
- 3D plasma 2=39mm thick
- DLNA compatible
- Streams internet radio
Panasonic has announced the availability of its biggest Viera TV that comes with a single sheet of glass panel and is Panasonic’s thinnest plasma yet at 39mm. As well as offering 2D picture quality, the TH-P65VT30A 3D model also delivers a completely immersive Full High Definition 3D experience.
Smart Viera features such as IPTV, USB record and playback and DLNA networking bring a new dimension to connectivity in the home. It offers ‘VIERA Connect’, which allows users to experience a host of new features including catch-up TV, videos, music and internet radio, interactive games and social networking. ABC iView and Yahoo!7’s Plus7 service allow viewers to catch up on TV shows, and users can also listen to Internet radio with SHOUTcast. Users can also access Facebook, Twitter and Skype via their big-screen VIERA.
DLNA networking allows content to be streamed and shared by linking devices via wireless LAN throughout the home. It supports DivX HD and MKV, among the most commonly used file formats for downloading, and the USB port and SD Card slot allow for easy recording and playback straight from the TV.