Panasonic Debuts High-quality Art Viewing Experience with 42in. Plasma
Apr 16, 2007 12:00 PM
The TH-42PX77U 42in. plasma TV from Panasonic features GalleryPlayer, a digital technology that enables consumers to view classic art and photographs on high-definition displays. The GalleryPlayer’s library of high-def images includes thousands of works licensed by content partners including National Geographic, MoMA, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, The New York Times, and Time-Life. The GalleryPlayer’s Smart HD Display technology automatically sizes each image to fill screens of any dimension. Images are stored on SD cards that can be inserted directly into a card slot on Panasonic TVs. The TH-42PX77U features side-firing speakers, two HDMI inputs, and EZ-Sync, which integrates Panasonic home entertainment and video products for one-remote operation. Resolution of the display is 1024x768.
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