Panasonic is introducing high-tech TVs in 2018 to grab a bigger share of the devices’ market. According to the Japanese electronics company, the new TVs will feature technologies such as 4K, LED, HD, OLED, HCX, HDR10+ and also Look Up Tables (LUT). The TVs in question include FZ950, FZ800, FX750, FX740, FX700, FX600, FS500 and also FS400.
The FZ800 comes with Hollywood Cinema eXperience (HCX), Dynamic Scene Optimizer and HDR10+ support. It also has the DCI-P3 colorspace, Auto HDR Brightness Enhancer and OLED technology. In addition, it is available in 55 and 65 inches.
Like the FZ800, the FZ950 comes with HDR10+, Dynamic Scene Optimizer, HCX, Auto HDR Brightness Enhancer, Absolute Black, OLED and also the DCI-P3 colorspace. It has an extra feature, integrated soundbar, which features things such as drivers, tweeters, squawkers, woofers and also a passive radiator. The available sizes include 55 and 65 inches.
The FX600 has the 4K HDR LED technology, runs at 1300Hz and spots a switchable feet. It has an adaptive backlight dimming feature, and as far as size is concerned, it is available in 43, 49, 55 and 65 inches.
First, the FX700 has the HDR10+ LED support, Wide Color Spectrum and runs at 1600Hz. It is slim and has a metal frame and adjustable feet. As for the size, it is available in 49, 55 and also 65 inches.
The FX740 is pretty similar to FX700. It has the HDR10+ support, Wide Color Spectrum and runs at 1600Hz. It also features the 4K LED technology and carries a sleek design. In addition, it is available in 49, 55 and also 65 inches.
The FX750 is an LED TV, but looks pretty like an OLED one. It has the HCX processor, digital dimming and supports HDR10+. It runs at 2200Hz, so it is a powerful set! Moreover, it is available in 49, 55, 65 and also 75 inches.
Running at 600Hz, the FS400 handles standard HDR content. It has an Adaptive Backlight Dimming which boosts the HDR feature. The available sizes are 32 and 40 inches.
The FS500 features the HD technology and handles standard HDR content, like the FS400. It also features Adaptive Backlight Dimming and runs at 600Hz. In addition, it is available in 24, 32, 40 and also 49 inches.
In conclusion, Panasonic will start distributing the TVs within the next few months. So if you are a fan of these TVs, you can start checking the devices in the stores. The prices of the Panasonic TVs in Kenya are in the range KSh. 20,000 and KSh. 500,000.
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