According to Twice.com, a consumer electronics news site, Panasonic has recently announced a bargain on their Viera 3D plasma series.
During a press demonstration, Julie Baumann, Panasonic's display product manager, announced that Panasonic will be offering an incentive for those considering a 3D television. Those that decide to purchase one of Panasonic's Viera models - either the VT25 or GT25 series - will receive a free 3D essentials package.
The package is basically a kit of accessories, albeit very expensive accessories. It includes two pairs of 3D glasses, a copy of Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs, and a copy of Coraline, both of which will be 3D Blu-ray discs. To round out the package, Panasonic is also including their new DMP-BDT100 Blu-ray player.
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All totaled up, the package is a $600 value with the glasses and Blu-ray movies considered at $350 and the Blu-ray player considered at $250.
Apparently, the promotion began on August 29th and will run through until the end of October. There is the possibility that the offer may be extended further if it proves successful for the company.