Panasonic isn’t new to the High Definition game, but the company has released yet another two plasma HDTVs known as the TH-42PZ77 and TH-50PZ77. You get full HD with both models, featuring an SD memory card slot that allows you to view snapped images on the big screen instead of squinting your eyes via a cramped digital camera display. The contrast ratio stands at 10,000 to 1 while connectivity options include a couple of HDMI inputs, three S-Video inputs, a trio of composite video inputs, and a pair of component video inputs. The screen itself has an anti-glare coating for superior images even with all the windows open. Both HDTVs are scheduled to ship sometime this month, with the TH-42PZ77 and TH-50PZ77 retailing for $1,799.95 and $2,799.95 respectively. It takes approximately 100,000 hours of viewing to arrive at half brightness, so by then we’d probably move on to Ultra HD. Image courtesy of Yahoo!.
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