Hey guys, I recently got the Panasonic TC-L32C3, which is a 720p LCD with IPS-Alpha panel. I really like the TV, but this weekend I suddenly was like "rahh I need the full 1080p" so I started calling all my local Best Buy's and Sears stores, and apparently none of them have *any* Panasonic 32" 1080p tv's, not the L32U3 which is the 1080p model of mine, nor the L32E3 which is the 1080p LED-LCD.
Does anyone know why Panasonic is discontinuing all their 32" 1080p's?
And of course, there is nothing else like it by any other brand. Only Panasonic have the IPS-alpha panel which provides a great response time for FPS games.
Should I be that miffed about having only 720p on my 32"? I really decided I wanted 1080 just to have the full 1:1 native HD pixel-perfect image but if I can't find them, I will have to settle with the 720p.
Wahh somebody make me feel batter