Excerpt: One of two models in Panasonic’s GT25 duo of 3D HDTV plasma models, the 50” TC-P50GT25 aims to provide a great viewing experience with both 2D and 3D content, and includes Internet connectivity (Panasonic calls the feature VIERA Cast), including pay TV/Movie providers Netflix and Amazon on Demand apps (the other GT25 model is a 42” set, similarly featured).
Conclusion: The TC-P50GT25 probably has all the competition scared stiff. While it might not have a fancy cabinet and styling and also have slightly lower specs when it comes to contrast ratio, one thing is abundantly clear from this review of the Panasonic TC-P50GT25 – Panasonic has hit the 3D nail on its head with the VT25 and GT25 line of Plasma 3D TVs. They definitely provide the best 3D experience out of all the 3D TVs released to date.
Excerpt: In this review of the Panasonic TC-P50GT25 Plasma 3D TV, we will look at the 2D and 3D performance of this HDTV along with all the new features in the Panasonic GT25 series. The GT25 series is the mid-range Plasma 3D TV offering from Panasonic that offers amazing bang for the buck, making it our top pick for our list of cheap 3D TVs. The Panasonic TC-P50GT25 is a 50 inch, plasma 3D TV which is the largest in the GT25 series.
Conclusion: We have no problems whatsoever recommending this 3D HDTV. The price is right—only Samsung has a 50-inch 3D plasma that’s cheaper (PN50C680G5F) as of this writing but it’s not Internet-enabled. The 3D experience—why you’ll buy this particular Viera—is quite good, better than the recently reviewed Sharp LED Quattron. The fact you can get the whole 3D shooting match for less than $2,000 is great news (HDTV, glasses, 3D BD player).
Pros: Great price, Excellent 3D, 2D, THX option for 2D, Decent backlit remote
Cons: No glasses supplied, No wireless LAN adaptor, Blah styling