LAS VEGAS: Panasonic continued its tradition of rolling out massive TVs at the Consumer Electronics Show. The company unveiled a 152-incher at CES last week, this one with 4096x2160 resolution for full hi-def, 3D display.
Panasonic said the plasma display has new “super-efficient, quadruple luminous efficiency technology” and “ultra high-speed 3D drive technology” that achieves sharp 3D display of fast-moving images. It also features crosstalk reduction and frame-at-a-time driving for producing clearer 3D images.
Panasonic said it “successfully developed a unique technology to minimize double-image that occurs when left- and right-eye images are switched alternately. The development has resulted in the 3D compatible plasma display that can render clear and smooth high-quality pictures by accurately reproducing video sources.”
Sony rolled out a 103-inch HD 3D plasma in 2008, and a 50-incher last September.
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