Panasonic may have wowed CES last month with its, but that doesn't mean it's given up on its diminutive siblings.
The company is upgrading the smaller line, if it can be called that, with a new "10 series" that includes "better wall mount configuration, improved video processing technology, anti-Reflective coating, enhanced wireless presentation capabilities, more versatile media card readability, and a dual HDMI board came as a standard feature," according to SlashGear. There don't appear to be any major changes to the screens themselves, however, which is a little surprising given that they're expected to go for around $70,000.
The TH-103PF10UK does come with a 100,000-hour service agreement, which is more than we can say for the TVs in our house. But we still thought there'd be a few more bells and whistles, copnsidering that only aboutof the previous TH-103PF9UK "9 series" plasmas were reportedly sold last year with prices averaging around $62,500.