From eBay to store demo models, Amazon to your neighbor who’s moving, there are some tempting deals out there. But is a used plasma worth the money, or any money?
When Tokyo model Harutamu uses elaborate fingernail art to promote Candy Crush, her nails make for a sweet ad campaign.
Panasonic recently announced it would no longer manufacture plasma televisions. For many experts in the industry who care deeply about TV picture quality, that came as major news. Here are a few of their reactions, in their own words.
Panasonic has confirmed that its excellent plasma-based televisions won't be available for sale after March 2014. If you were waiting to get a new TV, now's the best, and close to the last, time you can acquire one of our favorites.
For those who can afford it, the Panasonic TC-PZT60 comes closer than any TV yet to picture-quality perfection.
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So far this year, Panasonic's plasma TVs have scored very well in CNET's reviews, so maybe you've decided to buy one. But of the four we've reviewed, how do you know which one's right for you?
This number/letter combo is the key to film-like movies shown closer to the way the director intended.
Five years after Pionner's Kuro and a few before OLED becomes mainstream, Panasonic's ZT60 plasma TV now owns the picture quality crown. But is it worth the extra cost?
The Samsung F8500 plasma has been selected as the winner of the annual Value Electronics Flat Panel Shootout in a closely-fought battle with two Panasonic flagships.
The overpriced Sharp Elite LED-based LCD produces the best overall picture quality of any TV we've reviewed since 2008.