Panasonic just loosed a trio of tiny new Vieras on Japan which we didn't see at CES. The 20-inch (TH-20LX70) and 23-inch (TH-23LX70) each bring a 16:9 aspect ratio with a 1366 x 768 panel resolution while the wee 15-inch (TH-15LD70) LCD pictured above manages a 4:3 aspect at a 640 x 480 res. All pack SD card support for viewing your snapshots in addition to a hybrid terrestrial analog/digital TV tuner and HDMI (2x on the 20/23-inch models, 1x on the 15-inch) allowing them to work with your existing Viera Link remote and compatible gear. Each set also packs an Ethernet port for connecting to Japan's acTVila TV portal service launching February 1st. Just in time since these sets will all pop on February 20th starting at ¥90,000 ($739), ¥120,000 ($985), and ¥150,000 ($1,232) for the 15, 20, and 23-inch LCDs, respectively. Pictures of the 20 and 23-inch models after the break.
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