Panasonic – the Japanese consumer electronics giant – has stunned audiences today at the annual GITEX exhibition, with the introduction of its Z Series Viera Plasma TV, the world’s first full-time full high-definition model with a thickness of only one inch and the ability to deploy Internet television options.
The total Viera line-up includes models in seven series – Z, V, G, S, X, C and A – each offering high-image-quality functions that will excite film fans, plus networking functions that will delight entertainment seekers. With screen sizes ranging from 19 to 103 inches, the new line-up will also meet the needs of a wide range of consumers.
“The Z Series Vieras are ultra-slim, stylish, environmentally-friendly, network-ready, and offer the industry’s highest efficiency, without compromising on outstanding picture quality,” says Abby Thomas, Senior Manager, Panasonic Marketing Middle East.
At Viera’s core is Panasonic’s NeoPDP technology. Designed to achieve next-generation levels of efficiency and picture quality, NeoPDP technology represents advances in three key areas: a new cell structure, new materials and processes, and a new drive. Viera LCD models feature an IPS Alpha panel with a large aperture ratio. This advanced panel provides clear moving pictures, high contrast, and a wide colour viewing angle.
The premium Viera Z Series combines superb functionality with a slim, fully flat, one-inch design. Z Series models deliver outstanding 1080-line moving picture resolution and a dynamic contrast of more than 2,000,000:1.
Further developments have been made to the popular Viera Link facility, where you can use the Viera remote control to operate devices connected to a Viera TV via an HDMI cable. With its lead-free and 100,000-hour long-life plasma display panels, Panasonic continues to create products that stand out for environmental performance. The products themselves are environment-friendly, and incorporate environment-friendly functions. Eco mode, for example, reduces power consumption by automatically adjusting screen luminance according to room brightness and other viewing conditions.
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