Panasonic TC-P50U1 Plasma HDTV Review
Fancy (and frequently pointless) special processing features aside, acceptable performance for a decent price.
The Panasonic TC-P50U1 is a pretty basic model, at least as basic as they come in the 50-inch plasma category (that's a lot of screen real estate, mind you). Skipping the fancy, and frequently pointless, special processing features, Panasonic has made a TV that delivers acceptable performance for a decent price.
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