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Z series: Panasonic to debut world's thinnest plasma TVs

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Panasonic has announced [JP] that on April 20 it will roll out  the world’s thinnest plasma TVs in Japan. The company said it plans to release them at about the same time around the world (which remains to be seen). The TVs are measuring just 24.7mm in the thickest section.

The company also promised their new Vieras consume half the power of previous models and offer higher resolution at the same time. Panasonic used separate displays and tuners in the TVs, which can be connected wirelessly to transmit HD video (1,080p) without compression. According to the company, this is the first time wireless HD-based digital equipment becomes a reality. It uses the 60GHz millimeter wave band.

Three Z type Vieras will be available. The 54-inch model, the largest in the series, is expected to sell for about $7,800, while the 50-inch and 46-inch will cost $6,700 and $6,200, respectively.

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