Prepare to don shades to shield the glare. At CES last month Panasonic unveiled a whopper of a high-def screen — in fact, the largest plasma display panel (PDP) television known to man. We’re talking 150 inches wide (that’s 12 1/2 feet — the size of a 2-year-old Burmese python), the goliath’s viewing area measures 11 feet by 6 1/4 feet and shames Panasonic’s previous 103-inch PDP TV. But you’ll have to sit on your neighbor’s porch three doors down to appreciate the picture quality. Next up: Bose to unveil a surround sound 60-foot-speaker-stack home theater system to complete the experience.