Panasonic shows off 103in 3D plasma television

Price for new 103in and 85in 3D plasma televisions not announced, will be available in January 2011

This Panasonic TH-85VX200 was displaying a range of 3D content at the 2010 Integrate exhibition.

This Panasonic TH-85VX200 was displaying a range of 3D content at the 2010 Integrate exhibition.

At the 2010 Integrate professional audiovisual exhibition in Sydney, Panasonic has unveiled its largest ever 3D-ready professional plasma televisions. The 103in TH-103VX200 and 85in TH-85VX200 panels are a significant upgrade from last year's VX100 professional plasma display models.

A native contrast ratio of 5,000,000:1 means the professionally installed panels can display deep black levels alongside bright whites. Faster-decaying phosphors mean the picture can be updated faster than in previous models, reducing blur in moving pictures.

The 103in and 85in Full HD 3D plasma panels will be available in Australia in January 2011, likely exclusively through Panasonic's professional installer channels.

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