Excerpt: Anyone interested in 3D is advised to think a little larger than 40-42-inches. Panasonic's 46-inch TX-P46VT20B, therefore, has the potential to be a real winner, especially as it uses 3D-friendly plasma technology.
Excerpt: There's understated, and then there's anonymous. The looks of Panasonic 's TX-P46VT20 are, like the looks of anything else, a matter of personal taste – but we can't help thinking that it doesn't so much hide its light under a bushel as deny the existence of a light altogether.
Pros: Solid build, impressive specification, good Blu-ray and 3D images
Cons: Yawnsome looks, not brilliant with lower-resolution content
Summary: Panasonic still delivers the best 3D in town. Perhaps more importantly, the Viera TX-P46VT20 is a knockout 2D set. It's extremely well-equipped, with picture quality that movie fans will love.
Pros: Excellent picture quality, Good with both standard- and high-definition sources, No motion blur or overt 3D crosstalk
Cons: Streaming video-file support isn't comprehensive, Ads embedded in the TV guide, 3D content looks darker than on other sets
Conclusion: Il Panasonic VIERA TX-P46VT20 è uno straordinario televisore al plasma la cui caratteristica principale è quella di essere un TV 3D, quindi di visualizzare le immagini tridimensionali. Tra le altre funzioni e specifiche spiccano le due porte USB, i 4 ingressi HDMI, la porta LAN, l’accesso ai contenuti ondine, la tecnologia DLNA e la modalità eco.
Pros: Full hd; Porta LAN; Tempo di risposta; 3D; Tecnologia 600 Hz; Due paia di occhialini 3D incluse; 2 porte USB; 4 ingressi HDMI; Interfaccia CI