While 3D HDTVs seem to be all the rage as evident by the range of displays shown at CES 2010, Panasonic of Japan has not forgotten about the plasma crowd with a couple of new plasma displays ready to be unveiled – the VIERA G2 and S2 series. The G2 is touted to boast an image quality which is roughly 33% better compared to the outgoing G1 range, while hitting an impressive contrast ratio of 5,000,000:1 courtesy of Panasonic’s new PDP Black panel. Apart from that, you will also find that your G2 is room-aware, thanks to its integrated sensors and automatic image adjustment feature that will adjust the display’s brightness and temperature characteristics according to the room’s current ambient light levels. There will be a trio of HDMI inputs, a D4 input, three composites, an S-video, Ethernet, a VGA input and a quartet of RCA audio pairs to get the ball rolling. As for the S2, you get a more conservative 2,000,000:1 contrast ratio with a higher efficiency level compared to its predecessors. Shipping from February onwards in Japan, prices start from $2,100 upwards.
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