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>> Brian Tong here at CES 2010, here at the Panasonic booth, and behind me we have the V Series. It's the latest from Panasonic. These are their plasma displays with a contrast ration of 5 million to 1. They're gonna range from a variety of sizes from starting at 50 inches all the way up to 65 inches. But this is really their flagship for their 3D television sets. Now, there's also a few other technologies here built in. You have access to the Viera Cast Services, which is their network capabilities. So you have access to Picasa. You have access to YouTube and whatnot. And also, they're adding some additional partners like Pandora, Twitter, and NetFlix, so they're really expanding the whole connected TV. There's also two USB ports on the television that you can get an additional WiFi dongle, essentially to make this a TV that connects to your wireless network. You can also use this USB port to connect their Skype webcam. That's gonna a special package from Panasonic, so now you can also use your TV essentially as a big video web conferencing machine. There's no pricing that's been announced on the V Series, and also there's no shipping date yet. All the manufacturers are trying to see who's gonna release their 3D TV first. But here you go. It's the Panasonic V series at CES 2010.
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