Panasonic’s new range of LED 3D TVs are more than ready to hit the UK market, coming under the umbrella of the DT30 series. Comprising of 32″ and 37″ models, the former will be known as the TX-L37DT30 while the latter is the TX-L37DT30. Both of them will be equipped with IPS (In Plane Switching) panels which offer a superior viewing angle, while your eyes will also benefit from better motion response, with Intelligent Frame Creation offering cross-talk-free 3D images – at least, that is what Panasonic touts. Needless to say, it will remain up-to-date by offering Viera Connect Internet access as well as pre-loaded apps that lets you access social networking services such as Twitter, Facebook and Skype. Other hardware specifications include Wi-Fi connectivity, DLNA support, a quartet of HDMI ports, a trio of USB ports and VGA input. Slated to arrive across the pond later this May, we have no inkling on its pricing just yet, and the US market is also tipped to receive the DT30 series somewhere around the same time as well.
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