Posted Tue Jan 5, 2016 at 10:45 AM PST by Steven Cohen
The company has announced its latest 4K products.
Panasonic has announced plans to release their first Ultra HD Blu-ray player. In addition, the manufacturer is also spotlighting new Ultra HD LED and OLED TVs.
During their CES 2016 press conference, Panasonic officially revealed plans to launch an Ultra HD Blu-ray player in the US later this year. Likewise, the company highlighted its TX-65CZ950 OLED Ultra HD TV. First revealed at IFA back in September, the new OLED display features a specially modified version of the powerful professional-level 4K Studio Master Processor, a True Cinema picture preset fine-tuned by leading Hollywood colorist Mike Sowa, THX certification, and HDR support. Finally, Panasonic also announced the brand new TX-65DX900 LED Ultra HD TV -- which the company states is the first 65-inch LCD display to support the new Ultra HD Premium spec.
Unfortunately, no details on exact release dates and pricing have been revealed so far, but the Panasonic Ultra HD Blu-ray player is due out in the US this year and the TX-65DX900 is due to be released in Europe in 2016. The TX-65CZ950 OLED Ultra HD TV is currently available in Europe.
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