^M00:00:01 [ Music ] ^M00:00:04 >> Brian Tong, here at CES 2010 in front of the Panasonic G Series Plasma displays, they're running on 1080P, and they're going to range from size of 42 inches to 54 inches. A couple of features that Panasonic is really pushing is the infinite black where they really work the technology to lay the pixels on a plasma, so they [inaudible]to be as black as possible and these displays are going to be able to push a five million to one contrast ratio. Other features, they still have USB ports on the side, so that you can plug in, like a, media drive to get access to content like photos and movies, and music. They also an ethernet port on the back of the television set, so you'll be able to take advantage of all these Viera cast net workable features, access to You Tube, Netflix, Pandora, and Twitter. No there's no pricing on these displays yet, but they will be available sometime around February or March of 2010. But there you have it, the G series from Panasonic. I'm Brian Tong for CES 2010. ^M00:00:51 [ Music ] ^M00:00:56
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