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CES 2012: Panasonic's first passive 3DTV, the ET5

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CES 2012: Panasonic's first passive 3DTV, the ET5

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Sharon Vaknin gives a preview of the new Panasonic 3DTV, that lets you use standard theater 3D glasses.

Hey guys. Sharon Vaknin for CNET.com, here at CES 2012. Checking out the Panasonic ET5 passive LED LCD TV. Now this is the first time Panasonic is doing passive 3D, which means that you can use theater glasses instead of those with mechanics. It's also the first time Panasonic is jumping into an over 42 inch size for its LED TVs. Now the TV also includes built in Wi-Fi, giving you features like a browser, apps and social networking like Twitter and Myspace. The TV includes 4 HDMI ports, a 360 hertz refresh rate and 2 USB ports. Panasonic doesn't have any information about pricing just yet but we can expect to see this TV in the spring. For CNET.com, I'm Sharon Vaknin.

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