2011 Australian 3D TV reviews

Every Australian 3D TV we've reviewed this year

If you're in Australia, you've got maybe half a dozen big brands to choose a 3D TV from. We've looked at a whole stack — here's our list of every Panasonic, Samsung, Sony, LG, Sharp or Toshiba 3D TV we've reviewed this year.

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Panasonic ST30A (preview)

Panasonic's ST30A plasmas aren't even the company's best model, with the VT30A and GT30A both more expensive. Picture quality looks good from our short time with the screen, and there are more video-on-demand services than in last year's models. Other televisions from brands like Samsung, LG and Sony do have more features built in though, so the Panasonic ST30A will have to stand on the strength of its picture quality alone.

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  • Reviewer:
  • Manufacturer:
  • 3rd June, 2011
  • Campbell Simpson
  • Panasonic
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  • Price:
  • Pros:
  • Cheaper than the VT30A and GT30A, but still Full HD 3D
  • Panasonic's new video-on-demand looks good
  • Cons:
  • Video-on-demand is still better from Sony and Samsung and LG
  • Designs are getting better, but they're still a bit boring

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