New plasma TVs in Australia for 2011

New plasma TVs in Australia from Samsung, Panasonic and LG

2011 is looking so far like it will have some pretty impressive plasma televisions on offer. We've previewed the best plasma TVs coming out soon from major brands like LG, Panasonic and Samsung.

Read about Samsung's 2011 TVs including Australian pricing.

Learn about Sony's 2011 BRAVIA LCD and LED TV line-up.

Check out LG's 2011 'Cinema 3D' plasma and LCD TVs.

Read our LCD vs LED vs Plasma TV buying guide.

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Panasonic VIERA TH-P55VT30A

The Panasonic VIERA VT30 series looks like it's got some great picture quality upgrades over last year's model. Considering the jump in picture quality we saw between Panasonic's 2009 and 2010 TVs, we're optimistic about the VIERA VT30's abilities. We're concerned that the TV's VIERA Connect service won’t be as comprehensive as other manufacturers' IPTV offerings, though.

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  • 28th March, 2011
  • Campbell Simpson
  • Panasonic
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  • Pros:
  • If specs are anything to go by picture quality should be excellent
  • Cons:
  • It looks like Panasonic's VIERA Connect is going to offer less than competitors' smart TV services

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