One thing that we see in most HDTV demand requirements today includes beefing up the features. And two of the widely ranted features today hurled at TV makers include that of THX certification and Internet connectivity.
Panasonic, through its G10 series seem to have this covered. Using the VieraCast, the capability to view content from Amazon Video on Demand has been made possible.
Like all Panasonic plasmas, the G10s have “infinite black”, which means the sets essentially shut off during entirely dark scenes. The company, in an obvious effort to compete against “Hz”-happy LCD makers, is touting a “600Hz sub-field drive”.