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Panasonic to Ship 103in. Pro Plasma By Year End

Panasonic Broadcast has announced pricing and availability for its much-anticipated 103in. diagonal high-definition panel.
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Panasonic to Ship 103in. Pro Plasma By Year End

Aug 24, 2006 8:00 AM

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Panasonic Broadcast, the market and technology leader in professional plasma displays, has announced pricing and availability for its much-anticipated 103in. diagonal high-definition panel. The TH-103PF9UK monitor will have a suggested list price of $69,999.95 and will be available before Christmas. This industry-leading 103in. plasma display will also come with an industry-leading three-year warranty.

The TH-103PF9UK provides stunning widescreen progressive display featuring full HD pixel resolution of 1920x1080, a contrast ratio of 4,000:1, and 4,096 equivalent steps of gradation. Its effective display area is approximately 89in. wide by 50in. high. The super-size 103in. 1080p panel is equivalent in size to four 50in. Panasonic plasma displays.

“The development of this stunning, record-breaking flat panel display is a technical feat of incredible magnitude,” says Robert Harris, vice president of marketing, Panasonic Broadcast. “This super-large display will become the ultimate centerpiece of any facility. From the lobby or conference room of a corporate headquarters to the focal point of a trade show exhibit, the TH-103PF9UK is a show stopper for a wide range of professional applications including video production and screenings, live events, and control and command centers.”

For more information, visit www2.panasonic.com.

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