152 inch plasma TV by panasonic
152 inch plasma TV by panasonic
jan 09, 2010

152 inch plasma TV by panasonic

image: engadget

now that CES 2010 is in full swing, we are treated to the release of giant TV screens, including this 152 inch monster by panasonic. the display is the largest on show at the annual technology fair in las vegas. the screen is a full HD plasma that is capable of displaying video in 3D, making the new display the closest anyone will get to achieving a cinema experience at home. the display may not being hitting stores anytime soon, but showcases panasonic’s full HD 3D TV line. because of the high energy usage of most plasmas, new laws are being introduced that may limit their sale and make them a thing of the past. this means that 2010 may be the last year the highlight TV of CES is a plasma. this display beat out the previous world’s largest plasma screen by an extra two inches.


152 inch plasma TV by panasonic image: engadget

152 inch plasma TV by panasonicimage: panasonic

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