Price: TBA
Release date: Spring 2011
Complex says: According to Panasonic's math, by 2014, 34% of all TVs sold will be 3-D compatible. Looking to cement a strong foothold in the 3-D market, Panasonic announced its first 3-D LED TV sets at CES. To go along with the new sets, Panasonic is also revamping its online app portable and renaming it Viera Connect, and throwing in a tablet-like device to control it. There were a lot of cool TVs announced at CES this year, but this is the one we'd actually cop.