Plasma televisions archive

  • Fujitsu launches P55XTS55 and P63XHA51 HD ready plasmas
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    Fujitsu launches P55XTS55 and P63XHA51 HD ready plasmas

    By 22 August 2006

    Fujitsu Plasmavision UK has today extended its latest 50 series home cinema plasma collection with the introduction of two new HD-Ready plasma screens. Fujitsu's new 55 inch and 63 inch plasmas - the P55XTS55 and P63XHA51 feature the company's Fujitsu's...

  • Panasonic to start shipping its 103-inch plasma TV early next year
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    Panasonic to start shipping its 103-inch plasma TV early next year

    By 10 July 2006

    Panasonic USA will soon be accepting orders for its mammoth 103-inch plasma screen television, which will start shipping early in 2007. The display's resolution is 1920 x 1080 pixels, is fully HD functionally, and has a contrast ration of 3000:1. Panasonic...

  • Philips launch 42PF9631D Plasma TV
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    Philips launch 42PF9631D Plasma TV

    By 12 May 2006

    Philips has launched the 42PF9631D Plasma TV, what it is claiming is its most advanced plasma TV to date. The £2,300 HD-Ready 42PF9631D is Philips’ first plasma TV to feature a 1,024 x 1,080 panel, ideal for displaying a HD content up to 1080i. With...

  • LG launch gold plated 71PY10 71 inch plasma TV
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    LG launch gold plated 71PY10 71 inch plasma TV

    By 11 May 2006

    Plasma might seem to be on the losing side of the LCD versus Plasma battle, but that hasn't stopped LG bringing out the 71PY10. At 71 inches, the world’s first largest commercially available plasma screen and is offered in dazzling genuine gold or sleek...

  • NEC sees big plasma picture
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    NEC sees big plasma picture

    By 26 January 2006

    NEC has launched a range of HD-ready plasma screens with sizes ranging from 42 inches to an impressive 61 inches. The range boasts three models a 42 inch (42XR4), 50 inch (50XR4) and 61 inch (61XR4) screens and all feature a 4000:1 contrast ratio as well...

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    Philips launches new LCD and Plasma IDTVs with Freeview

    By 30 June 2005

    For some people, even the one-off payment and lack of contract for Freeview Digital Services is too much to contemplate. Philips has decided to solve this by making the tuner part of the TV cost across its two quartets of LCD and Plasma screen televisions,...

  • Loewe answers meaning of life with 42in plasma
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    Loewe answers meaning of life with 42in plasma

    By 1 April 2005

    Loewe has extended its Xelos family of televisions with the addition of a Xelos A 42 a 42in Plasma television. Packed with goodies such as Lowe's DigitalPlus platform and high resolution HD plasma technology the new television becomes the largest model...