Fujitsu goes supersize with its latest Plasma TVs

See that space on your living room wall? You know, the massive expanse of bare wallpaper between the photo of little Jimmy and the portrait of your Yo

See that space on your living room wall? You know, the massive expanse of bare wallpaper between the photo of little Jimmy and the portrait of your Yorkshire terrier. It’s crying out to be filled.

So, why not squeeze in one of Fujitsu’s new plasma TVs? The Japanese manufacturer has added two larger than life models to its 50 Series - the 55-inch P55XTS51 (pictured above) and the 63-inch P63XHA51.

Both designs boast 1366x768 resolution and feature Fujitsu’s AVM II picture processor, claimed to improve the quality of both standard and hi-def images. The P55 has its own external media box that hosts an arsenal of connections: (deep breath) HDMI, three RGB Scarts, two sets of component video inputs, two VGA inputs and three S-Video. The P63 does away with the media box and a couple of sockets, but still has the key ones fitted directly onto the panel (HDMI, component, RGB Scart and VGA).

Essentials

Fujitsu P55XTS51, P63XHA51

Price: £5500, £9000

Contact: Fujitsu

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