Buy a Panasonic plasma TV, get free stuff

Buyers of Full HD plasma TVs can choose from a digital camera, home theatre or DVD recorder
Panasonic's offer is valid for all Full HD models in its Viera plasma television range.

Panasonic's offer is valid for all Full HD models in its Viera plasma television range.

Panasonic has announced a choice of free "high-definition" products for purchasers of Full HD Viera plasma televisions. Buyers can choose from a digital camera, a Blu-ray home theatre system, or a digital television recorder.

Announced a few days after a similar offer from Sony, Panasonic's promotion lets customers choose from a Lumix DMC-FT1 digital camera, a SC-BT200 home theatre system or a DMR-XW350 digital television recorder. There are 12,000 units of each product available — the grand total of 36,000 giveaways compared to Sony's 25,000 Playstation 3 Slim consoles.

Starting from 24 October, the promotion is valid on all current Full HD plasma televisions from the company, ranging from the Panasonic Viera TH-P42S10A priced at $1899 to the $6999 54in TH-P54Z1A, which is Panasonic's premier model.

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