NZ Media Preview Panasonic 3DTV

Panasonic NZ today demonstrated its 3D plasma TV technology to journalists in Auckland.

Unfortunately, your humble, Wellington-based ScreenScribe was unable to attend because of other commitments.

But elsewhere expect a flurry of reports like this and this and what was in the Australian trade press.

Panasonic NZ expects to be selling three Full-HD 3D-capable Viera plasma TVs here by mid-year.

The displays will measure 50 inches, 54 inches and 65 inches, and will be complemented by Panasonic’s first 3D Blu-ray player.

Panasonic also will be launching a second Blu-ray recorder with a hard drive and a fully integrated FreeviewHD electronic programming guide to rival those of TiVo and MyFreeview DVRs.

Meanwhile, could 3DTV be more hazardous to our health than to the future of 2DTV? And will we soon be about to watch 3DTV without making spectacles of ourselves?

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