Originally Posted by Something_Soft /forum/post/18391656
When is it? Jeeze.
Originally Posted by eliion /forum/post/18247197
According to the usatoday website, Panasonic plans to have its first 3D HDTVs in stores next week. (Model and pricing information have not yet been released.)
Originally Posted by Spoffo /forum/post/18400232
A Best Buy employee over at Blu-ray.com just posted the following dates, which he said were posted on the BB computer system today:
The 50" and 54" VT25 "first week in May"
the 58VT25 "Last week in May"
the 65VT25 "June 5"
Also on June 5, the BB stores that don't have the VT20 (less profitable and/or no Magnolia room) will get the 50VT20.
He also posted pricing, though he indicated it is only tentative as Panny evaluates response to the current VT20 pricing.
Originally Posted by Kimeran /forum/post/18402144
i would really like a 54 or 58...leaning towards a 58 though...
Originally Posted by Cleveland Plasma /forum/post/18497586
Yep, your right they are late. That is why in my post I chose the word "should". They "where" to hit first week of April. I mentioned it once and I will say it again, release dates mean nothing. Manufacturers run into production delays, the longest I have seen these delays has been 90 days.
Originally Posted by Cleveland Plasma /forum/post/18245813
50" and 54" in next 30 days they should start popping up.
Originally Posted by Something_Soft /forum/post/18496822
Approaching 60 days and nearly nothing!
Originally Posted by QZ1 /forum/post/18514772
The post you quoted is from 3 March, and your post was 17 April, so that's 45 days. I've never heard 45 days called 'approaching 60 days'.
They are indeed late, according to the info. CP was told, but that is quite common. However, Panasonic said 'Spring', and that has exactly two months left; not that they couldn't be later than that, also. I think they'll have them out in Spring easily, though.