Panasonic's 2009 Viera TV range in detail - pictures and prices

As we've already reported in our News channel, Panasonic has unveiled a staggering array of new Viera TVs for 2009, plus two Freesat HDD/Blu-ray recorders, three new Blu-ray players, a host of Blu-ray home cinema in a box systems, plus new DVD players and recorders.

There are 42 TVs in the line-up, with screen sizes ranging from 19in to 54in. We couldn't fit everything in one story, so here's our roundup (with pictures) of all the key new models with prices (where we have them).

C10 Series (Plasma and LCD)

2,000,000:1 contrast ratio
Viera Link
Viera Image Viewer
Two HDMI inputs
Eco mode
100Hz double scan
26 and 32in LCD (£tbc)
37, 42 and 50in plasma (£tbc)

Panasonic TX-L26CE10PS

X10 Series (Plasma and LCD)

2,000,000:1 contrast ratio
V-Audio Surround
Viera Link
Viera Image Viewer
100Hz Intelligent Frame Creation
19, 26 and 32in LCD (£349, £499, £599)
37, 42 and 50in plasma (£699, £799, £999)

Panasonic TX-L19X10E

X15 Series (LCD only)

100Hz Intelligent Frame Creation
32in only (£649)

Panasonic TX-L32X15P

S Series (Plasma and LCD)

Entry-level Full HD models (1080p)
400Hz Sub-field Drive Intelligent Frame Creation Pro
2,000,000:1 contrast ratio (plasma)
50,000:1 contrast ratio with Intelligent Scene Controller (LCD)
Viera Image Viewer
Viera Link
32, 37 and 42in LCD (£699, £849, £949)
42, 46 and 50in plasmas (£999, £tbc, £tbc)

Panasonic TX-L37S10ES

G10 Series (Plasma and LCD)

Full HD, 1080p
ISP Alpha panels with 50,000:1 contrast ratio (LCD)
2,000,000: 1 contrast ratio (plasma)
Freesat tuner
Viera Link
Viera Image Viewer
32 and 37in LCD (£899, £1049)
42, 46 and 50in plasma (£1199, £1399, £1499)

Panasonic TX-L32G10E

G15 Series (Plasma and LCD)

Full HD, 1080p
DLNA network connectivity
Narrow bezel and slim design
Freesat tuner
Viera Cast
Viera Image Viewer
37in LCD (£1149)
42 and 46in plasma (£1299, £1499)

Panasonic TX-P42G15E

V10 Series (Plasma and LCD)

Full HD, 1080p
Freesat tuner
Digital Cinema Colour
THX Certification
DLNA connectivity
Viera Cast
Viera Image Viewer
42 and 50in plasma (£1499, £1799)
32 and 37in LCD (£1099, £1299)

Panasonic TX-P42V10E

Z1 Series (Plasma only)

Flagship Full HD models
Only 1in thick
Aluminium casework
Full HD wireless transmission technology
DLNA connectivity
DiVX playback
Freesat tuner
46 and 54in plasmas (£tbc)

Panasonic Z1

Blu-ray players and recorders

Panasonic DMP-B15 (799 Euros)
8.9in WSVGA LCD screen
HDMI socket
PHL Reference Chroma Processor Plus
SD memory card slot
LAN port
Viera Cast
BD Live
HD audio output via HDMI

Panasonic DMP-B15 Blu-ray portable

Panasonic DMP-BD80 (400 Euros)
Viera Cast
Advanced audio components
7.1 analogue output
SD memory card slot
Playback information function
USB socket
Viera cast
Viera Link

Panasonic DMP-BD60 (350 Euros)
Same as DMP-BD80, but without advanced audio components, 7.1 analogue output and playback information

Panasonic DMP-BD80 Blu-ray player

Panasonic DMR-BS850 Freesat recorder (£tbc)
Twin Freesat HD tuners
Blu-ray recorder
500GB hard disk drive
SD card reader
Viera Cast

Panasonic DMR-BS750 (£tbc)
As above, but with 250GB hard drive

Panasonic DMR-BS850 Freesat recorder

And just in case this isn't enough for you all, how about the world's largest plasma in the shape of Panasonic's 150in monster? I'm sure they'll make one to order for a suitable fee. Only millionaires need apply.

Panasonic's 150in plasma!

Andy Clough

Andy is Global Brand Director of What Hi-Fi? and has been a technology journalist for 30 years. During that time he has covered everything from VHS and Betamax, MiniDisc and DCC to CDi, Laserdisc and 3D TV, and any number of other formats that have come and gone. He loves nothing better than a good old format war. Andy edited several hi-fi and home cinema magazines before relaunching in 2008 and helping turn it into the global success it is today. When not listening to music or watching TV, he spends far too much of his time reading about cars he can't afford to buy.