5 Cool New TVs for 2011

Monday, 18 Oct 2010 03:59 PM

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The list of cool new TVs of 2011 is endless. For now, we can focus on five cool models that are on the market. Generally, a TV is ranked based on its picture quality and design features, though some customers are more particular about picture quality. The performance of the television set is an important feature to be considered when buying one.

Five cool new TVs for 2011 include:
 
1. Panasonic TC-PVT20/25 series
This is the first 3D TV on the list and one of the best in terms of 3D HDTV. Its overall black-level performance beats any other TV set available on the market. It has an improved THX mode, and the antiglare screen is an added bonus. Another feature it has is that it can show an extra dimension if compatible content glasses are worn.
 
2. Samsung PNC7000 series
This is the least expensive 3D Plasma TV yet. It is also an excellent 2D performer and beats the black-level performance of the Panasonic G20/25 and LG PK950 plasmas. The Samsung PNC 7000 series competes quite well with these TVs in all other areas too.
 
3. LG Infinia 50PK950
This is the best performing 2D only TV. The LG’s flagship plasma TV is cool because it is on par with the more expensive Samsung PNC7000 and outclasses the color and video processing of the Panasonic G20/25.
 
4. Panasonic TC-PG20/25 series
The Panasonic TV’s deep black level, accurate color, and the advantages of plasma over LCD makes it a good buy. It has excellent off-angle fidelity, uniform brightness, and color across the screen. Besides this, it is slightly less expensive than other TVs on the list.
 
5. Vizio XVT3SV series
Blooming and off-angle issues keep the XVT3 from passing better plasmas on this list. It beats this year's other 8-rated LED-based LCD, LG's LE8500, with features like better uniformity and an excellent all-around image.

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