• 25.06.2009
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Das ist ein Bildschirm! – Panasonic 85-Zoll-Plasma-Display


Panasonic-85zoll-150x69 in Das ist ein Bildschirm! - Panasonic 85-Zoll-Plasma-DisplayJetzt wird es richtig groß! Panasonic präsentierte letzte Woche auf der Infocomm-Show / USA zum ersten Mal das 85-Zoll-Plasma-Display (216 cm) mit einer Full-HD-Bildschirmauflösung von 1920 x 1080 Pixel. Es  bietet volle HD-Bildqualität und beinhaltet auch die neue NeoPDP-Technologie, welche für doppelte Bildhelligkeit bei einem gleichzeitig geringeren Energieverbrauch im Vergleich zu den Vorgängermodellen sorgt.

Die Live-Vorführung am 3. Juli in Deutschland wird die erste heimische Preview-Möglichkeit. In unsere Wohnzimmer wird der Bildschirm wohl nicht vor Ende diesen Jahres kommen. Mit dem sparten könnt Ihr aber schon mal anfangen, denn ein Schnäppchen wird der sicher nicht.

Weitere Informationen sind unter www.panasonic.net/proplasma



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