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Pop your money to me
Because your likely throwing it away by buying through this site. Panny is only releasing a limited number of vt30 sets the first year and only first tier vendors are getting them
Check out Value Electronics for a legit pre order option. Speak to Robert Who is the owner.
They were the host of last years hd shootout
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|HenryWinkler187||That thing is titstown, I popped on it. Gonna move my 60" pk950 LG into my garage and throw this effer in the family room. I am allways lookin to upgrade baby, flat panels everywhere dogg./|
|02-26-2011 01:20 PM|
|Zorasmiles||I think most slick dealers won't go for this purchase but good find and post for a newer model.|
|02-26-2011 12:33 PM|
Panasonic TC-P65VT30 65" 1080P Plasma TV - 2011 Model - $3381
I was just browsing google for the new 2011 models of Samsung and Panasonic Plasma TV's and saw that NextDayPc.com has the Panasonic TC-P65VT30 for only $3250 + $130 shipping. It says it's not in stock but it lets you go through checkout so YMMV? Worth a shot if you're wanting the new model.
MSRP is supposed to be $4299 on these so at $920 off it seems like a good deal. No mention of a bundle included with it but it's one heck of a price dip on the highest rated plasma brand since Pioneer.
Cnet CES 2011 preview: http://reviews.cnet.co