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Established in 1918, Panasonic is one of the top consumer electronics corporations in the world, as well as one of the leading manufacturers of HDTVs. Indeed, the Panasonic HDTV, known as the Panasonic Viera, is both award-winning and popular. It continues to improve with each year, too, as Panasonic develops more technologies and introduces innovative features that are evident in the 2009 Panasonic HDTV series. Panasonic Viera S1 LCD Series This Panasonic HDTV series consists of two models - the 37-inch TC-L37S1 and the 32-inch TCL32S1. Both models come with an IPS Alpha Panel, which provide a wider viewing angle than most LCD televisions. They are also equipped with Motion Focus Technology, which allows them to concentrate on the moving images on the screen, resulting in better motion resolution. They carry the Viera Image Viewer feature, as well, which lets you share your digital photos straight from your SD card, along with the Viera Link feature. Both models have a 15,000:1 contrast ratio, three HDMI inputs and a PC input. Panasonic Viera S1 Plasma Series The Panasonic Viera S1 Plasma Series is most known for its relatively low energy consumption - a result of its Neo PDP panel and the low light output of its default picture setting. It also has a 600Hz Sub-field Drive and a Full-Time 1080 TV Lines Moving Picture Resolution, which combine to create crisp and clear images during very fast sequences. It even has an Anti-Reflective Filter to reduce distractions. Like its LCD counterparts, the Viera S1 Plasma HDTVs have the Viera Image Viewer, Viera Link, a dedicated Game Mode and three HDMI inputs, although they lack a PC input. Panasonic Viera G1 Series Like the Viera S1 LCD series, the LCD HDTVs in the Panasonic G1 series come in 32 and 37-inch sizes. They also have an IPS Alpha Panel, the Viera Image Viewer and the Viera Link. The connectivity options are similar, too. Instead of the Motion Focus Technology, though, the Viera G1 HDTVs come with the 120Hz Motion Picture Pro3 technology, which enables them to display as many as 120 frames per second for smooth transitions and clear moving images. They also have an improved design, with a narrow bezel and a swiveling stand. Panasonic Viera U1 Series There are currently three models in this Panasonic HDTV series - a 42, 46 and 50-inch Plasma HDTV model. They are fairly basic, with a 1080p Full HD resolution, a 600Hz Sub-field Drive,
three HDMI inputs and over 900 lines of Moving Picture resolution. They also have the Viera Image Viewer feature, which allows you to conveniently share your digital photos and videos straight from your SD card, along with the Viera Link feature which lets you control all your HDTVcompatible devices with the push of a single button. Panasonic Viera G10 Series The Viera G10 Series shares a few similarities with the Viera S1 Plasma Series, including the FullTime 1080 TV Lines Moving Picture Resolution, the Viera Image Viewer, Viera Link and AntiReflective Filter. The Viera G10 Plasma HDTV models, however, have a THX mode wherein colors are more accurate. They also have a PC input and a LAN port for the Viera Cast feature - a new feature which allows you to access selected online content like YouTube videos, on your HDTV even if you don't have a computer. Panasonic Viera V10 Series The Panasonic Viera V10 Series has many exceptional features. For one, it has a highly impressive design, with its 50 and 54-inch models having just one sheet of glass measured at just two inches. It also has Digital Cinema Color, which means it can faithfully reproduce the color space of movie theatre screens. It has a 24p Cinematic Playback, too, which means it can refresh faster without flickering, as well as an additional HDMI input. Panasonic Viera Z1 Series This Panasonic HDTV series is the latest and most innovative, with the frame only measuring one inch in thickness. Because it is too thin, the inputs and outputs come in a separate box which streams the signals wirelessly to the HDTV. It also carries the same cutting-edge features as the other high-end models, along with a hefty price tag.
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