Panasonic has today unveiled a new selection of 4K Ultra HD TVs that its has launched with the flagship TV coming in the form of a massive 85 inch Panasonic X940 4K Ultra HD TV.
Panasonic also unveiled the AX900 4K UHD TV and AX630 4K UHD TV as well as announcing that Netflix 4K Ultra HD streaming will also be arriving on its range of supported TVs very soon.
The Panasonic X940 4K Ultra HD TV offers users a 3840 x 2160 pixel resolution and is equipped with digital processing technology that includes Panasonic’s “4K Intelligent Frame Creation” system and Panasonic’s top-end Local Dimming Pro which provides users with rich contrast and detailed black levels when viewing.
Other features of the new TVs include 4K HDMI 2.0 connections as well the ability to receive 60 frames per second, together with advanced upscaling for HD content and HEVC compatibility to allow for 4K streaming.
Panasonic have also equipped their new Panasonic X940 4K Ultra HD TV with Voice Print technology and an Info Bar that gives users the time and weather anyone walks in front of the screen if required as well as Panasonic’s TV Anywhere feature to let users stream content from Panasonic’s cloud platform.
Unfortunately no information on pricing or worldwide availability has been released as yet by Panasonic for the Panasonic X940 4K Ultra HD TV, but as soon as information comes to light we will keep you updated as always.
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