Ubergizmo: Pioneer says its goodbye to the world of TVs today by presenting its final launch of four Kuro models in Japan.
No idea on who would actually purchase these TVs if they know the company will already cease production of TVs due to the unprofitable venture though.
Two of the models from the latest Kuro range, the KRP-500A and KRP-600A, come equipped with an external tuner. As for both of those alongside the all-in-one equivalents, the KRP-500M and KRP-600M, are able to churn out 1080p images at 50″ and 60″ inches respectively.
There is no word on contrast ratios, but you will find a quartet of HDMI inputs, VGA, component and a USB port for connectivity options.
Don’t worry about your warranty though – Pioneer will continue to provide repairs on sets for up to 8 years, and keep your fingers crossed that there are enough replacement parts to go round till then.
Note: it would seem that all 4 models are already availabe in Europe.