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When Panasonic detailed its 2011 plasma TV lineup at CES this January, we immediately pegged the TC-PST30 as the one model that "might hit the value sweet spot." After putting it through its paces we're going to eliminate the uncertainty from that phrase. The TC-PST30 may lack the THX certification of its more-expensive brother the TC-PGT30, but picture quality between the two is largely a wash, and excellent overall in both cases. Both share identical, well-stocked feature sets, highlighted by improved Internet suites, Wi-Fi dongles and 3D capability (albeit sans included glasses). The ST30's only major downside, and the reason why some buyers might spring for another model, is pedestrian styling. At each of its six sizes the Panasonic TC-PST30 series is our early favorite for best plasma TV value of 2011. We will be conducting long-term tests on the ST30 and other plasma TVs this year to monitor black-level performance and other picture quality factors. Until then we assume they will behave the same as their 2010 counterparts and show some black-level performance loss as they age (more info).
By SlashGear, published 03-01-2011
First came the 2011 Panasonic VIERA LCD/LED range; now it’s the turn of Panasonic‘s 2011 Plasma range to get official. The company has detailed its nineteen new models for this year, spanning from 41.6-inches up to 64.7-inches and priced from $599.95 to $4,299.95. Three of the sets – the Panasonic VIERA TC-P42X3, TC-P46X3 and TC-P50X3 – support 720p HD, while a further fo...