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Panasonictv_2Looking for a Christmas gift for that certain TV critic in your life? You can get an up-close look at the perfect present this weekend when Panasonic bring its High Definition Truck Tour to South Florida. No, idiot, the truck isn't high-def. (I thought this blog had smarter readers.) It's what's inside that's high-def -- a 103-inch plasma HD television set, the biggest in the world. That's the size of a queen mattress, for heaven's sake, and it costs a mere $70,000.

The truck is rigged with fancy sound and various HD accessories like camcorder so you can play around inside what Panasonic calls the ultimate HD environment. You might even take home some of the goodies for free: Panasonic is handing out $20,000 in HD gear as prizes to folks who stop by. The truck will be parked in the Brandsmart parking lot at 4320 NW 167th Street in Miami, from 10 to 6 p.m. on Saturday and 10 to 5 p.m. on Sunday. My favorite color is blue, by the way, but I'm not picky.


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Your favorite color is *blue*?? Golly gee, hope Yvonne doesn't find out.

Signed, HD Junkie.

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