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Hi all,

Has I have been searching for a new TV and recently posting the deal about the TXP42G20 at £999 at the Panasonic Store, Clifton, I called back in today and spoke to Jamie for some more advice, anyway Jamie told me of the deal on the TXP46Z1 wireless TV for £1999.99

Now I am wondering what to do, quick look on the web, the next price seems to be £3600, this makes this a stonking deal surely, anyone care to cast their opinions, is this a better option for me?

Thanks
Taz
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#1
If I was wanting to pay 2k for a TV I'd be sat on my cash waiting for 3D. Other than wireless what other features really justify a £1000 over the other model.
#2
super_leeds_86
If I was wanting to pay 2k for a TV I'd be sat on my cash waiting for 3D. Other than wireless what other features really justify a £1000 over the other model.


I agree - but if you have that kind of money to waste on a TV, then it aint my place to say anything apart from "Enjoy your TV" :)
#3
super_leeds_86
If I was wanting to pay 2k for a TV I'd be sat on my cash waiting for 3D. Other than wireless what other features really justify a £1000 over the other model.


agreed...

http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20100309/ap_on_hi_te/us_tec3_d_tvs

they are starting to sell their 3D TVs in the US, I would imagine that other retailers will be dropping the price of your (OP) TV very soon.
#4
:-DIs Jamie a Salesman
#5
whelpin
:-DIs Jamie a Salesman
otherwise known as Taz?:whistling:
#6
whelpin
:-DIs Jamie a Salesman


No jamie is an hired Assasin..:whistling:
#7
And What's the next big thing after 3D tv ??

My money's waiting for my Holo-suite - sod tv's a few years and they will be museum pieces :-D

This tv will be being sold off for £850 or less this time next year - technology moves too quickly to pay that much money.
#8
I sat in a demo of the 50" 3D TV on the panasonic stand at the NEC at the weekend. Very impressive. The demo guy thought it was going to be about 2.5k
#9
The Samsung 3DTV's are coming out this month!

http://www.techradar.com/news/television/samsung-3d-led-tv-gets-march-uk-release-date-672113

All of the 3D TVs will feature built-in Ethernet connection, wireless capabilities, and [email protected], offering access to the TV platform application store, Samsung Apps. :)
#10
nerner
The Samsung 3DTV's are coming out this month!

http://www.techradar.com/news/television/samsung-3d-led-tv-gets-march-uk-release-date-672113

All of the 3D TVs will feature built-in Ethernet connection, wireless capabilities, and [email protected], offering access to the TV platform application store, Samsung Apps. :)


It's already out in the USA!
http://www.bhphotovideo.com/bnh/controller/home?O=productlist&sku=674913&is=REG&A=details&Q=
I read this which made me worry a bit - 'Samsung has announced a UK release date for its new line of 3D TVs and Blu-ray player.' Does this mean NORMAL Blu-ray players are obsolete already?
Or do I have the wrong end of a 3D stick???
On a side line (says these tvs will have internet), has anyone noticed their internet slowing/not moving recently (especially at night) despite a 7meg stable connection- with more and more people 'streaming' video (let alone HD3D!) from the net the current system is already overloaded, if everyone starts to do it there won't be enough bandwidth!
I recently had a 'intermittent' performance problem with my ZEN connection and was told that the bbc iplayer/bt vision(which apparently has priority over normal net use) was a big bandwidth hog and starting to cause big reliability problems in non fibre network, ie regular broadband.
Dunno if that is true, but it would make sense.
#11
Mines fine 24/7 (Only 5mb on Sky)

Im sure I read the PS3 is getting a 3D update so hopefully that means 3D Blu-rays will work on the PS3.
Can't wait for some 3D games...
No idea about standalone Blu-ray players but if Sky can do with the HD boxes I'm sure normal Blu-ray players will be able.
#12
bytemaster
otherwise known as Taz?:whistling:


Yes Jamie is a Salesman,

No I am not Jamie,

I was in there looking at the new G20 series and when I went in again, the Z1 was on special,

Jees, you try and do people a favour by giving them the heads up on deals available ( which I thought this site was about) and conspiracy theories come from nowhere, if you don't like the deal then don't buy it I am not forcing anyone.

Taz
#13
How will Blu ray tvs work then? Will you have to wear glasses all the time?
#14
odriscoll
How will 3D tvs work then? Will you have to wear glasses all the time?


corrected that for you:thumbsup:
#15
odriscoll
How will Blu ray tvs work then? Will you have to wear glasses all the time?


If it does mean this it is going to be an expensive business for those of us with prescription lenses & how on earth will it cope with people like me who arn't only watching something but are also reading a magazine, or doing anything else, whilst the programme is on?
#16
Jamie still got a Job?

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