Some of the plasma TVs that Panasonic sells are the VIERA G10 Series TC-P50G10 and the VIERA TC-P65GT50. Plasma display panels are typically used for TV displays 30 inches or larger. They use small cells of plasma filled with electrically charged ionized gases, resulting in better contrast ratio, wider viewing angles than LCD screens, less motion blur and superior uniformity of color at a lower price than LCD screens.
The VIERA G10 Series TC-P50G10 is a 50-inch high definition TV with a 1080-pixel resolution that allows for clear and fluid motion during high-speed action. The VIERA HDTV series has dynamic contrast ratios of up to 2,000,000:1 for superior black reproduction capability and brightest whites, resulting in warm accurate skin tones and vivid greens, blues and reds. The TC-P50G10 ranks four out of five stars on online retailer Amazon.com's website, based on 143 customer reviews as of November 2015.
The VIERA TC-P65GT50 is a 65-inch, 1080-pixel resolution TV that features full high definition 3D, built-in Wi-Fi and the VIERA Connect Web browser. It also has 24,576 shades of gradation and a 2,500 focused field drive. As it is THX 3D-certified, it reproduces 2D and 3D images with cinema-like quality. First released in 2012, the TC-P65GT50 rates 4.5 stars out of five at Amazon.com, based on 373 customer reviews as of November 2015.
Osaka, Japan-based Panasonic Corporation is the fourth-largest manufacturer of television sets in the world, based on 2012 market share. It also manufactures mobile phones, audio equipment, household appliances, aircraft in-flight entertainment systems and semiconductors.