Panasonic has unveiled its 2011 line up of 3D LED TVs today, which included the DT30 and DT35 range.
Both of these new series (Panasonic's first 3D LCDs) consist of a 32in and 37in model, and are expected to appeal especially to gamers. Both are LED-backlit models with 400Hz motion processing, a 178-degree viewing angle, and include the company's new VieraConnect cloud internet service, which includes a dedicated App Store where users can download and install new applications and games. The tech specs of the two series seem to be the same, but the DT35 boasts a very slim, titanium design.
The TVs are made from IPS Alpha panels, which marks a major change to panel production for the company. The new panels mean that Panasonic can get scanning rates down to 2ms and cross-talk has been greatly reduced. The line-up of model names are as follows: The 37-inch(TX-L37DT30) and 32-inch (TX-L32DT30) in the DT30 range and the same again – 37-inch (TX-L37DT35) and 32-inch (TX-L32DT35) – in the DT35 range.