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March 20, 2012

Win a chance to ride along with Engadget for a private briefing on Panasonic’s 2012 home entertainment lineup!

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Panasonic WT50As you probably know, we’re in a lot of exclusive, behind-closed-doors briefings of products that won’t find their way to retail availability for months to come. We do our best in every post to give you the full experience and virtually bring you along with us, but for the first time we’re doing something different. Next week, Panasonic will be giving the media an up-close look at some of its biggest home entertainment products shipping later this year, including the 55-inch WT50 IPS LCD and the VT50 plasma (successor to last year’s HDTV of the Year). This time, we’ve been given permission to take a lucky few of you along for the ride.

The event takes place next Tuesday, March 27th in New York City at 7:00pm. To get a chance to attend, you need to email nycevents [at] engadget.com with your full name. If you make it, we’ll respond back with details on the event, but it’ll be up to you to find your way to Manhattan.

Winners will not only get to check out Panasonic’s 2012 line of cameras, HDTVs, Blu-ray players and other home entertainment products but a few particularly lucky attendees will get to take some of them home. Yes, there will be giveaways, and they’ll be good ones.

Here are the deets:

  • The event is open to those 18 and older.
  • The event begins at 7:00pm and will run for approximately two hours.
  • This is not first-come-first-serve, so there will be no need to line up.
  • Please bring a photo ID and your confirmation with you for admission.

Send those emails in soon, and we hope to see you next week!

Update: We’ve received more than enough entries, so we’re halting acceptance of new ones for now. We’ll let you know if we need to re-open the flood gates!

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