Panasonic TXP42G15B 42" 1080p VIERA Plasma TV for £806.99 @ Currys - 5% using code (Xmas5) = £766.64 + Quidco
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Panasonic TXP42G15B 42" 1080p VIERA Plasma TV for £806.99 @ Currys - 5% using code (Xmas5) = £766.64 + Quidco

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Found 25th Nov 2009
Apologies if not submitted properly as my first post.

I think its a great offer currently as its a better version than most popular G10

Panasonic TXP42G15B 42" 1080p VIERA Plasma TV for £806.99 - 5% using code (Xmas5) = £766.64 + Quidco



The Panasonic TXP42G15B 42" 1080p VIERA Plasma TV offers a superb mix of high definition viewing, advanced networking and moving image technologies, providing a variety of ways to enjoy your digital entertainment.

With a combination of 600 Hz and Panasonics unique analysis technology, the TXP42G15B is ideal for watching fast moving sports and movies, displaying the action, razor sharp and blur free. Furthermore, VIERA Real Black Drive with NeoPDP technology renders images with extra fine distinction between light and dark.

The TXP42G15B also features DNLA connectivity to let you stream music, movies, photos and TV stored on your PC to the TV. The VIERA Cast feature provides access to internet content from your TV via simple-to-use applications. This includes video, photos, the weather and stock info.

The VIERA TXP42G15B 42" 1080p VIERA Plasma TV also offers Freesat, a free digital satellite service that provides access to the range of HD TV programmes. You can also operate a number of AV devices from one remote via the VIERA link from a single HDMI cable.

40,000:1 contrast ratio
600hz
Freesat HD tuner
4x HDMI, 2x SCART, 1x Component, 1x PC
V Real Pro 4 Image technology
NICAM stereo sound
SD card reader for Photos

3 Comments

Good price for G15, i've been waiting for another 42G10 deal, gutted i missed the M&S offer.

Does anyone know if the G15 plays .avi and .mkv video files straight from USB ?

Folks on AV forums reckon there's not much difference between this and the G10, so i'll probs hang on and see what run up to Christmas brings, voted hot though thanks.

according to comet site neither the g10 nor g15 have USB

To be honest all the TV's I've seen so far that do play MKV from USB do a crappy and frustratingly slow job of it.
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