Five years is a long time in any industry, but this is particularly true for televisions. One of the saddest boom-to-gloom stories is that of the Pioneer Kuro
, which disappeared in 2008 but is still a //www.cnet.com/how-we-test/tv/">reference TV today. It is a spectacular screen, and only in 2013 with the impending launch of the Panasonic ZT60
could the Kuro finally see its match. However, as Panasonic is considering ending its plasma business
, it seems that these TVs just weren't made for these times.