Panasonic has updated their Viera product line with two new models of 3D Plasma TVs. Codenamed as Viera TH-P46RT2B (46-inch) and Viera TH-P42RT2B (42-inch), these 3D plasma TVs features a great built-in HDDs and built-in Blu-ray players.
Panasonic 3D Plasma TVs is having a Full HD resolution support, can do Skype chatting, hook up with the Internet with Ethernet port, DLNA support, Viers Link and up to 3 HDMI ports for your HD gadgets to plug in. You will still need a pair of 3D glasses to see the effect, naturally.
But getting on this Viera 3D Plasma TVs might become a cost effective solution in the future because it has all you need to turn your living room into a home theater (3D TV, HDD and Blu-ray set – well, you still going to buy a sound system actually).
The 42-inch model will cost you $4,500 while the 46-inch model will cost you $5,050. It will available in Japan first, and I’m sure it’s going to hit the International market at a cheaper price.