Panasonic already has everything ready for the year that has just begun: During CES 2013, the company introduced new models of VIERA series in both LED and in plasma. In total, 32 new TVs to increase consumer choices of VIERA series. The highlights of the devices are in personalization and interactivity: there is My Home Screen technology, which creates an individual profile in a single TV for each person in the house, the Swipe & Share, which lets you transfer content from tablets and smartphones to the TV, a pen to write on the device, and navigation commands by voice.
In the plasma versions, the highlight is the ZT60 series, with models includes TVs from 60" to 65", supports 3D content and what is most advanced in the company for sound and image. The VT60 series, ST60, S60 and X60 (those with only 720p resolution) were also presented. These TVs are going to hit stores in February 2013.
For LED version, only the IPS screens draw attention. The flagship is the WT60 series, with arrives at models of 47" and 55" that also have the Clear Panel Pro technology (to improve the quality of reproduction) and an advanced image calibrator. The other models are DT60, ET60, E60, EM60, B6 and XM6 (the latter is more modest and only in 720p). Sales start from March this year.