Panasonic Announce DT30 and DT35 3D LED TVs

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.