Panasonic gave us a slightly US-centric introduction to its 2011 product range at CES in January, but today we've managed to get the European specifics at the company's convention in London's ExCel.

3D and IPTV are the big stories. The former in the form of new 3D-capabale models, including LCDs, the latter in the form of Viera Connect, which replaces Viera Cast in 2011.

Interestingly, though, the Viera Tablet seen at CES hasn't made an appearance here. Panasonic says it was shown only as a prototype, and although work continues on tablet technology, there are no announcements to be made on specific products just yet.

What we do have are lots of model numbers and specs for TVs, Blu-ray players and recorders, and home cinema systems, so with no further ado, let's cut to the chase.

Oh, but do bear in mind that no official pricing has been announced yet, although we have managed to squeeze a couple of estimates from our contacts at Panasonic, which you'll find below.

Plasma televisionsThe big news here is the launch of Panasonic's new NeoPlasma Panel, which is said to offer deeper blacks and much brighter whites than before. This is found on all of the 3D models and one of the 2D models, but different filters result in greater performance as you move up the range.

It's clear that Panasonic has also put a great deal of effort into making its plasmas prettier, too, so many of the new models are surprisingly slim and - to these eyes at least - rather good looking.

VT30Sizes - 42in, 50in, 55in, 65inAvailable - April for 42in and 50in, May for 55in, June for 65inPrices - TBC

Flagship 3D seriesFull HD 3DNeoPlasma PanelTHX 3D CertificationInfinite Black Pro and High Contrast Filter Pro600Hz IFC Pro'High Line' designViera Connect and DLNAWi-fi adapter includedRecording to USB hard disk or SD card2 pairs of 3D glasses includedFreeview HDFreesat

GT30Sizes - 42in, 46in, 50inAvailable - MarchPrices - Approximately £1300 for 42in

Full HD 3DNeoPlasma PanelTHX 3D CertificationInfinite Black Pro and High Contrast Filter600Hz IFC Pro'High Line' designViera Connect and DLNAWi-fi adapter optionalRecording to USB hard diskFreeview HDFreesat

ST30Sizes - 42in, 46in, 50inAvailable - AprilPrices - TBC

Full HD 3DNeoPlasma PanelInfinite Black Pro and High Contrast Filter600Hz IFC ProViera Connect and DLNAWi-fi adapter optionalRecording to USB hard diskFreeview HD

G30Sizes - 42in, 46in (not UK), 50inAvailable - AprilPrices - TBC

Top 2D seriesFull HDNeoPlasma PanelTHX CertificationInfinite Black and High Contrast Filter600Hz IFC ProViera Connect and DLNAWi-fi adapter optionalRecording to USB hard diskFreeview HD

S30Sizes - 42in to start with 50in to followAvailable - April for 42inPrices - TBC

Full HD0.001ms response time600Hz IFC ProViera Connect and DLNAWi-fi adapter optionalRecording to USB hard diskFreeview HD

U3Sizes - 42in, 50inAvailable - MarchPrices - TBC

Full HD600Hz sfd0.001ms response timeFreeview HD

C3Sizes - 42in, 50inAvailable - out nowPrices - £600 for 42in, £800 for 50in

HD-ready600Hz sfd0.001ms response timeFreeview HD

LCD televisionsBrand new 3D LCD models lead the way here, but it's worth noting that the D35 that we mentioned in our news story is exclusive to Europe, but isn't coming to the UK. Not that that should matter a great deal, though, as it's simply a D30 with more unusual styling.

So why is Panasonic launching 3D LCDs now? Apparently because the company was waiting until it could produce its own panels, which it can now do at its new factory in Japan.

More after the break

DT30Sizes - 32in, 37inAvailable - MarchPrices - Approximately £1000 for the 32in

Full HD 3DIPS Alpha PanelLCD with full-array LED backlight and local dimmingBrilliant Contrast400Hz bls IFC Pro178 degree viewing angleViera Connect and DLNAWi-fi adapter optionalRecording to USB hard diskFreeview HDFreesat

E30Sizes - 32in, 37in, 42inAvailable - MarchPrices - TBC

Full HDLCD with edge LED backlight200 blb (backlight blinking) refresh technologyViera Connect and DLNAWi-fi adapter optionalRecording to USB hard diskFreeview HD

E3Sizes - 19in, 24in, 32in, 37in, 42inAvailable - AprilPrices - TBC

Full HDLCD with edge LED backlight50HzFreeview HD

U3Sizes - 24in, 32inAvailable - AprilPrices - TBC

Full HDLCD with CCFL backlight50HzFreeview HD

C3Sizes - 24in, 32inAvailable - MarchPrices - TBC

HD-readyLCD with CCFL backlight50HzFreeview HD

 

Blu-ray playersThere are three 3D models and just one of the 2D variety this year.

DMP-BDT3103D Effect Controller (allows user adjustments to three-dimensionality)2D-to-3D conversionSkypeDLNABuilt-in wi-fiTouch-free sensor for disc trayTwin HDMI outputs

DMP-BDT2103D Effect Controller (allows user adjustments to three-dimensionality)2D-to-3D conversionSkypeDLNABuilt-in wi-fiTouch-free sensor for disc trayTwin HDMI outputs

DMP-BDT1103D Effect Controller (allows user adjustments to three-dimensionality)2D-to-3D conversionSkypeDLNA

DMP-BD752D Blu-ray playerUltra-quick playback35mm chassisUSB and DLNA playback

3D Blu-ray recordersPanasonic is yet again offering Freeview HD and Freesat models here.

DMR-BWT700/800250GB and 500GB hard disks respectivelyTwin Freeview HD tuners2D-to-3D conversion of all content (BD, DVD, TV)3D Effect ControllerWireless LANSkypeDLNA

DMR-BS780/880250GB and 500GB hard disks respectivelyTwin Freesat tuners2D-to-3D conversion of all content (BD, DVD, TV)3D Effect ControllerSkypeDLNA

Home cinema systemsThere's a mix of 2.1, 5.1 and soundbar systems here, and interestingly all are 3D-capable. Another welcome move is the introduction of HDMI inputs to a number of models.

SC-BTT7705.1 Blu-ray home cinema system4 x tallboy speakers (UK only), centre and downward-firing subwoofer3D Blu-ray playback2D-3D conversionSkypeDLNA2 x HDMI inputsCompatible with wireless kit for rear speakersIntegrated digital iPod/iPhone dock

SC-BTT3705.1 Blu-ray home cinema system4 x satellite speakers, centre and downward-firing subwoofer3D Blu-ray playback2D-3D conversionSkypeDLNA2 x HDMI inputsCompatible with wireless kit for rear speakersIntegrated digital iPod/iPhone dock

SC-BTT3622.1 home cinema speaker system2 x bookshelf speakers can be positioned upright or on their sides3D Blu-ray playback2D-3D conversionSkypeDLNA2 x HDMI inputsIntegrated digital iPod/iPhone dock

SC-BTT2622.1 home cinema speaker system2 x bookshelf speakers can be positioned upright or on their sides (as shown above)520W RMS3D Blu-ray playback2D-3D conversionSkypeDLNAIntegrated digital iPod/iPhone dock

SC-BFT800Virtual surround soundbar with Blu-ray3D Blu-ray playbackAudio Return Channel (ARC)Universal iPod/iPhone dockWi-fi readySlim, wall-mountable designWireless subwoofer

SC-HTB520Virtual surround soundbarSlim, stylish designNo disc-drive, but accepts 3D signalsDesigned to aesthetically match VT and GT series telliesWireless, downward-firing subwooferWall-mountable