Hitachi has just introduced its latest A, S, V and X series plasma HDTVs at CEDIA 2008. The HDTVs are jam-packed with elegant designs, advanced technologies and pioneering features. They are enough capable of providing users with high-quality viewing experience.
The new HDTVs bear high gloss crystal frames including manual spin stands or even remote controlled power swivel stands. They support new UltraBlack panels boxed cell structure to create darker blacks and latest phosphor formulations to deliver rich colors.
Moreover, the latest HDTVs come with a latest feature for film enthusiasts known as Cinema48. This feature provides users with same visual timing and reaction, which they feel in movie theaters.
"CEDIA provides the ideal venue to showcase our new line. These new plasmas have ameliorated features that we are excited to provide to today’s consumer," said Daniel Lee, vice president of marketing for Hitachi Home Electronics (America). "We are providing precise technological advances, along with the aesthetic features, that consumers are demanding."
The Hitachi A, S, V and X series Plasma HDTVs are available now. The Hitachi HDTVs are priced as follows:
– 42-inch A-Series (model P42A202): $1,399
– 50-inch A-Series (model P50A202): $1,599
– 50-inch A-Series (model P50A402): $1,599
– 50-inch S-Series (model P50S602): $2,199
– 50-inch V-Series (model P50V702): $2,499
– 50-inch X-Series (model P50X902): $3,199