When it comes to displays Panasonic’s 103-inch diagonal 1080p Plasma TV is undoubtedly an attention- achiever and this may be the reason behind it receiving the silver award from SID this year. It is considered to be the largest plasma display available in the world. With industry leading 16-bit color reproduction, the TH-103PF chain provides a wide-screen progressive display featuring complete high-definition (HD) pixel resolution of 1,920 horizontal x 1,080 vertical, a contrast ratio of 5,000:1, and 4,096 equivalent steps of color gradation, delivering clear, crisp and dramatic fast-action video images. This 1080p display’s screen resolution, which amounts to about 2 million pixels, equals twice the resolution of high-definition televisions that are commonly available today. This LCD TV boasts of an effectual display area of approximately 89 inches wide and 50 inches high. A high-precision Motion Pattern Noise Reduction circuit adjusts the image to improve picture quality by detecting motion patterns that create noise. The 103-inch 1080p plasma panel features consistent and uniform discharge, delivering the same accurate images from the center to every corner of the screen and brightness. So those who want to enjoy the real thrill of viewing quality images can switch on to 1080p Plasma Display.