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ST30 series

GT30 series

VT30 series

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3D glasses

Smaller 3D glasses

Viera Connect

Viera Connect market screen

Viera Connect games

Viera tablet

X3 series

DT30 series

DT30, side view

Internet connectivity and 3D compatibility make its way down into Panasonic's middle line ST30 series.

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The Panasonic GT30 series is the company's second-best line of plasma TVs, adding THX to its list of features.

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Panasonic says the Infinite Black Pro 2 panel on its highest-end VT30 plasma TV improves the panel's trademark black-level performance further.

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The VT30 series is only available in two screen sizes: 55 and 65 inches.
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The new 3D glasses design looks a bit less geeky than before. They still use IR, however, not the Bluetooth RF used by some other makers.
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Child-size 3D glasses will be colored differently.
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The new Viera Connect platform has a similar layout to the old VieraCast, but more content choices.
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Viera Connect will have an app store with free and paid offerings, complete with developer's kits. There's even an online store "featuring an ever-growing catalog of hardware products."
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A new games screen from the service courtesy of partner Oberon.
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Yes, Panasonic's new tablet will also interface with the system, offering touch-screen remote navigation among other capabilities.
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The entry-level X3 series has three 720p sizes: 50, 46, and 42 inches.
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The DT30 series, available in 32- and 37-inch sizes, are 3D-capable LED-based LCDs.
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Seen from the side the flush glass design and thin panel of the DT30 is obvious.
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