Panasonic President Toshihiro Sakamoto kicked off the first day of the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas with a number of announcements, including a new 150-inch plasma TV.
The 150-inch plasma is now the largest plasma screen available in the world coming in at 11 feet wide, with a 2,000-by-4,000 pixel resolution.
“It’s capable of an amazing picture that is four times the resolution of our current full HD plasma displays,” Sakamoto said. “It gives new meaning to the words reality TV.”
Two years ago, Panasonic unveiled a 103-inch plasma TV that was, at the time, the largest available plasma TV, which went on to sell over 3,000 units during 2007, beating any forecasts Panasonic may have had.
The new 150 inch plasma TV has been “designed especially for digital cinema and commercial installations, but might also be found in some very luxurious special homes in the future,” Sakamoto speculated.
Watch out for these coming to Canada soon.