Exceedingly deep black levels, great shadow detail
Sleek and minimalist in design
Allows for quick and easy sharing of content through the built-in wifi of the TV
Has very poor color accuracy, with a green cast to both shadows and skin tones.
Inexpensive, Built-in Wi-Fi, Bright picture, Comes with 4 pairs of 3D glasses
1080p video upscaling/processing for all non-1080p input sources
A narrow total viewing angle
Fairly wide, glosst black bezel with some metal and acryllic accents
Built to conserve energy, which will help you save money.
'Television sets with bigger screens are large enough for the whole family to enjoy and will probably be too much for most small bedrooms.'
'helpful "Stunning picture'
'Very deep blacks'
'improved native contrast'
'the picture may appear too dark for viewing.'
'Clumsy switching between inputs..'
'excellent black level'
'* Doesn’t outperform its predecessor (TH-50PZ800U). * Color reproduction doesn’t match the HDTV standard, being more vivid.'
'new Tools menu'
'The picture quality from 480i isnt bad, it's slightly soft and shows some graininess.'
'It is tough to find a Plasma TV that performs well in all areas, yet keeping the price affordable.'
'warm, accurate skin tones'
'lends the entire picture depth and pop'
'the TC-P42X1's speakers were pretty loud, but not uncomfortably so--a sign that they're underpowered.'
'The remote control isn’t bad, but it could be a lot better.'
'excellent native contrast ratio'
'with other Panasonic components and the included remote is large and easy to see.'