by November 12, 2012 0 comments



A feature rich 3D LED with active shutter progressive 3D, which can be viewed with battery powered 3D glasses. The 55-inch display supports full HD with a native resolution of 1920x1080p. The frames per sec can be altered from 60 to 240. This makes fast motion scenes look clear and stable. You can convert 2D images and videos into 3D in real time. Often we have found simulated 3D as inferior, but that’s not the case here. The rich 3D graphics support not just 2D images and videos but also files via YouTube or SD cards.

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The speakers are loud and clear with real 3Dsound. The TV is very easy to operate with a remote control and you can also use a smartphone as a remote control. Text input is easy and fast and can be done via the remote as well. There is a hand-held Touch Pad Controller specially designed for web browsing. Simply scroll it with your thumb for easy, PC-like operation.


The Viera Connect makes it possible to switch amongst pages. Also you dont need to open and close applications all the time. The browser supports HTML5 pages, so you can browse the Internet much like you do with a PC. Viera Tools offers a range of apps like youtube, some news channels, skype, facebook, twitter, accuweather etc. that make for a holistic Internet TV experience.


With Panasonic’s standard energy saving solution found in all Viera Tvs called the Eco Mode, the TV automatically turns the power off when there’s no image signal for 10 minutes or more and adjusts brightness depending on the operating mode. There’s no doubting the TV’s performance, but you ought to look at Sony Bravia KDL 925, which costs less and allows 3D depth adjustment as well.

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Bottomline: A 3D TV with great clarity and interesting VIERA tools, yet commands a very high price tag in comparison to Sony Bravia KDL925 which costs less than 2lakhs.

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