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Panasonic introduces duo of portable Digital Viera TVs in Japan

Panasonic has announced a new pair of all-in-one personal television displays. The DMP-HV100 and the DMP-BV200 are capable of receiving content over the airwaves and via Wi-Fi.

Panasonic has announced a new pair of all-in-one personal television displays. The DMP-HV100 and the DMP-BV200 are capable of receiving content over the airwaves and via Wi-Fi.

The new duo of Digital Viera TVs boast 10.1-inch TFT screens with a 1024 × 600 resolution. Sony says they are ready to display media from a whole lot of different sources, from digital TV boxes to SD/SDHC/SDX cards with AVCHD and DivX video files.

The BV200 steps it up a bit, giving the user the capability to watch DVD and Blu-ray discs from their personal TVs. And if a particular consumer already had the Panasonic Viera home entertainment system, he or she would be able to connect everything via Wi-Fi.

Bad news? They're only going to be released in Japan for now, and no word if they will ever see the light of day on the other side of the Pacific.

[Image via Akihabara News]