Panasonic HDTV Art


Time to get Da Vinci, Picasso and Michelangelo into your drawing-room. Whether you have been an art collector or no you can still have all of these at minimal rates too. And we don’t mean the real paintings that can cost you probably everything you own. It’s the jet age and digital art collections are the next big thing. All this is feasible with the Panasonic HDTV Art by GalleryPlayer. which displays art on your plasma, Panasonic’s new HD image gallery service lets you display downloaded paintings on your Panasonic HDTV screen. By joining with GalleryPlayer, Panasonic allows you to download said art onto your PC for $0.99 to $1.99 an image. You then connect your PC to your HDTV through VGA inputs and run the GalleryPlayer software to display the paintings. You can purchase entire sets of art together for a discounted price.

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This setup may be kind of a hassle for people who don’t have a Media Center PC in the same room as their TVs. Still, if you won’t impress your guests with your digital art collection, this one is quite a catch.
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