Panasonic VIERA TC-P42X3
Released January, 2011
The Pros:600Hz Sub-field Drive makes gaming, sports ultra smooth. Built-in speakers offer decent sound quality, resonate surprisingly well. Stays fairly cool even after hours of use.
The Cons:Picks up glare very easily. WiFi connectivity requires a separate USB adapter that is quite pricey (about $90).
The Panasonic VIERA TC-P42X3 is a basic high definition plasma television. This is followed in the series by the Panasonic VIERA TC-P46X3, and shares most of the same features except for the 42 inch display.
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Images are rendered in 720p resolution, and accurate colors are achieved with the use of a 600Hz Sub-field drive. Online services include Easy IPTV that connects to a variety of online services, and DLNA compatibility enables streaming files from a locally networked media server. Files can also be played from either of the 2 USB ports, and VIERA Image Viewer enables a slideshow presentation of images stored on an SD card.
- 42-in class HDTV (41.6 in measured diagonally)
- High definition 720p resolution
- 600Hz Sub-field Drive
- Easy IPTV
- VIERA Image Viewer
- DLNA compatibility
- Viera Link
- 2 x USB ports
- 2 x HDMI connections
User Reviews (3)
600Hz Sub-field Drive makes gaming, sports ultra smooth.
Built-in speakers offer decent sound quality, resonate surprisingly well.
Stays fairly cool even after hours of use.
Included remote is a good size and well laid out.
Very reasonably priced for the quality and features.
Picks up glare very easily.
WiFi connectivity requires a separate USB adapter that is quite pricey (about $90).
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