The Panasonic VT60 has one of the best pictures we've ever seen, but it's fairly expensive.
The Panasonic VT60 has one of the best pictures we've ever reviewed, but it's fairly expensive.
The 20-inch Ultra HD tablet Panasonic showed off at CES earlier this year is now a real product, the company said at IFA.
It could do with support for a few extra TV catch-up services, but in pretty much all other respects the TX-P55VT65 is a hugely impressive TV from Panasonic. It delivers truly outstanding picture quality, has a very user-friendly smart TV system and good sound quality.
Typical price: £2,400.00
Panasonic's VT60 Series offers better blacks, richer color, and a faster driver than last years model.
An apparently inadvertent posting on Panasonic's US Web site reveals the company's first TV with 4K resolution, likely to be officially announced later today.
The TX-P65VT50 is big and expensive, but once you've witnessed it in action it's difficult not to fall in love with it -- especially as it's such a refined performer in the picture quality department. That said, it's not completely without flaws, as its menu system looks dated and it could do with a few more premium Smart TV apps.
Typical price: £3,799.00
Panasonic today put out a new prototype for a Windows 8 tablet in a 20-inch form factor, complete with an eye-popping 230 ppi 4k display.
Panasonic still delivers the best 3D in town. Perhaps more importantly, the Viera TX-P46VT20 is a knockout 2D set. It's extremely well-equipped, with picture quality that movie fans will love.
Typical price: £1,900.00
Its 20x zoom lens might be the main attraction, but thanks to a healthy feature set, fast shooting, and nice photos and video, the ZS20 is all-around excellent.