Panasonic to Hit the UK Martket with Its First 3D LED TVs in May

Posted by at 11:31 am on February 16, 2011

Panasonic will ship its first LED 3D TVs later this year with the DT30 series. It’s made up of the 37-inch TX-L37DT30 and the 32-inch TX-L37DT30. Both will have IPS panels that bring with them a wide viewing angle. The sets will also have better motion response, while Intelligent Frame Creation brings with it cross-talk-free 3D images, according to the company.

Both TVs get Viera Connect Internet access and built-in apps for access to social networking services including Twitter, Facebook and Skype. Wi-Fi modules are built-in, and DLNA files are supported. Each has four HDMI slots, three USB ports and VGA input.

The DT30 series arrive in the UK in May, and prices are not yet announced. A release in other markets, including the US, is expected at the same time or soon thereafter.

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