The two super-thin Viera plasma television ranges previewed by Panasonic in May 2009 have arrived, with the one-inch thick 54 inch Z1 ($7,699) offering wireless 1080p transmission of audio and video signals between it and source components, plus a dynamic contrast radio of 2,000,000:1. The two-inch thick V10 series comes in 50, 58 and 65 inch sizes, offers THX Certification and a stylish design made possible by the use of a singe sheet of glass.

Both series feature the company’s NeoPDP technology, cornerstones of which are improved energy performance, uber-skinniness and 600Hz Sub-field Drive for enhanced image quality.

To further spoil you for choice, there are 50 inch and 42 inch models from Panasonic’s G15 series. Costing $3,299 and $2,499 respectively, these integrate VieraCast functionality, allowing you to access to a wide range of on-demand online content from the TV.