ST30 series

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

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GT30 series

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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VT30 series

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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65VT30

The VT30 series is only available in two screen sizes: 55 and 65 inches.
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3D glasses

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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Smaller 3D glasses

Child-size 3D glasses will be colored differently.
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Viera Connect

The new Viera Connect platform has a similar layout to the old VieraCast, but more content choices.
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Viera Connect market screen

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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Viera Connect games

A new games screen from the service courtesy of partner Oberon.
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Viera tablet

Yes, Panasonic's new tablet will also interface with the system, offering touch-screen remote navigation among other capabilities.
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X3 series

The entry-level X3 series has three 720p sizes: 50, 46, and 42 inches.
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DT30 series

The DT30 series, available in 32- and 37-inch sizes, are 3D-capable LED-based LCDs.
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DT30, side view

Seen from the side the flush glass design and thin panel of the DT30 is obvious.
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