Panasonic TX-L60ET5 60-Inch LED HDTV

Panasonic have just announced their biggest ever LED LCD HDTV, the Panasonic TX-L60ET5, over at IFA 2012.

While other companies are now pumping out 70, and even 80 something inch HDTVs it might come of a bit of a surprise that the TX-L60ET5 is their biggest to date.

This is because until now, Panasonic’s larger sized HDTVs have all been plasma based, and they have kept their LCD screen exclusively for the smaller sizes. This shows us that even long time plasma supporters seem to be changing their plans somewhat. One advantage of LED LCD HDTVs are their lower power usage (compared to plasma HDTVs) and this model has been given an A+ energy efficiency rating.

Designed with a metal and glass finish and very slim bezel the TX-L60ET5 is very clean and stylish. There are 4x HDMI inputs.

Panasonic TX-L60ET5

Panasonic TX-L60ET5

The Panasonic TX-L60ET5 is the largest size in the ET5 range, and makes use of an IPS panel with LED backlighting and passive 3D technology, with 2D to 3D support. This means it makes use of light weight battery free polarized glasses. Panasonic have included four pairs with the TXL60ET5.

The Panasonic TXL60ET5 features built in WiFi and Panasonic’s “Smart Viera” Smart TV platform which provides access to Internet services. The HDTV also supports control via the remote app for smartphones and tablet computers.

The TX-L60ET5 will be available in Europe “later this year”, no word on price of a U.S release just yet. But as always, we’ll be sure to keep you updated.

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