New Panasonic TH-103PF12 FHD plasma display walks into Indian markets

Panasonic TH-103PF12 Plasma

Plasma screens may be a notch above their LCD counterparts in terms of displaying blacks. For traditional use like home entertainment, their improved contrast and meaty dark scenes sure up the ante. While most manufacturers rave about their advancements in the LCD segment, Panasonic’s latest offering for India is an FHD plasma display. The company’s new 103” TH-103PF12 model to be specific trots in with a blend of style and technology.

The product is an addition to the company’s wide plasma screen portfolio. Finding its roots on the Neo-PDP technology, it is claimed to attain almost double the luminous efficiency when pitted against other models. The technology improves the brightness and contrast while also enhancing picture performance. According to the company, the high spot of this new edition is that it’s competent enough to reproduce moving images and visuals in high quality.

Vineet Mahajan, Head –Sales (Professional Display) at Panasonic commented, “The new 103″ FHD plasma display panel is an excellent amalgamation of Style and Technology from Panasonic, and is keeping with the Panasonic promise of bring the latest world class technologies to India. Embedded with a superb and advanced Neo PDP technology, the TV transports viewers to the full of action ‘reel life’ with its launch today.”

Professional system/ audio video Integrators in particular should eke out maximum power off the application when working with business applications. From corporate lobbies to conference rooms and tradeshows, the 103PF12 has reportedly already turned around more than a few heads. At any given time, users can also choose to upgrade this plasma variant and its Triple function slots should enable terminal boards to be switched as per the video source.

Moreover, users can now also hook the display with their laptop after simply inserting a wireless presentation board. Attributes like portrait zoom and external control inputs such as RS 232 and LAN Port should be an added advantage. The plasma TV boasts of a flexible set up to produce superior window displays as well as content display optimized with dynamic contrast ratio of 2,000,000:1.

Backed by a service life of 1,00,000 hours, the Panasonic TH–103PF12 offered in a choice of dazzling white and robust black colors is pegged at Rs.30,00,000.