Panasonic Japan has announced a new pair of plasma HDTVs, the 65-inch TH-P65V1 and 58-inch TH-P58V1. Aimed at improving the picture quality and energy savings, each of the HDTVs features the latest generation neoPDP technology with a contract ration of 40000:1.
Both the TH-P65V1 and TH-P58V1 supports the usual series of VIERA Cast streaming media and online widgets. Each of the HDTV has a slot for SD/SDHC memory card and supports Full HD 1080/24p resolution, as well as a virtual 5.1 surround sound system.
The TH-P65V1 as well as the TH-P58V1 can be connected to Panasonic’s wireless security cameras. Each of them has an Ethernet port and four HDMI ports. Both the Panasonic Viera TH-P65V1 and TH-P58V1 NeoPDP Plasma HDTVs will be released on 15 September, 09.