Panasonic launches some IFA HDTVs

Ryan Block
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Ryan Block
September 6th, 2006
Panasonic launches some IFA HDTVs
IFA may be over today (today in Berlin, that is), but there's still gear being shown off; Panasonic's got a mess of HDTVs to show off, including their 64-inch TH-65PX600 plasma, a 1080p unit with a 5,000:1 contrast ratio and five new LCDs, the TX-32LX600, TX-26LX600F, TX-32LE60 TX-26LE60, and TX-20LE60, each with its size corresponding to its model number (the TX-32LE60 being 32-inches, and soon). All the LCDs have 1366 x 768 resolution panels, 178° viewing angles, 1,000:1 viewing angles on the LE 32 and 26-inchers (800:1 on the 20-inch) and HDMI on the largest four, as well. No price on the plasma so far as we know, but those LCDs will set you back €1,999, €1,599, €1,299, €1,099, and €599 (about $2,500, $2,000, $1,600, $1,400, and $750). Click on, there's a shot of the two 32-inch LCDs after the break.

Read - TX-32LX600 and TX-26LX600F LCDs
Read - TX-32LE60 TX-26LE60, and TX-20LE60 LCDs
Read - Plasma



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