Although we tend to expect more from brand names like Samsung, Sony and LG when it pertains to technological development and high-end TVs, the once-formidable Panasonic continues to shock us with fascinating new items. After wagering big (and stopping working) on plasma innovation, Panasonic has returned to the more dependable LED innovation for most of its brand-new TVs. And like other brands, it’s also trying its hand at OLED. The business has released a brand-new TV at CES 2019, the GZ2000 4K HDR OLED TV.
The brand-new Panasonic GZ2000 sports a 4K resolution OLED panel which has been color-tuned by Stefan Sonnenfeld, a Hollywood-acclaimed colourist. Along with the much better capabilities of OLED panels, this might make the Panasonic GZ2000 one of the most accurate TVs around when it pertains to color. You likewise get HDR compatibility, with support for both the HDR10 and Dolby Vision requirements.
Another intriguing function is the Dolby Atmos-compatible sound straight on the TV, coming from upward-firing speakers. While we generally advise you buy a soundbar or home theater system with a huge TELEVISION, in this case it might not be needed. The speakers are tuned by Panasonic sub-brand Technics, which is normally understood for headphones and turntables. Panasonic at CES 2019 also introduced several brand-new earphones consisting of in its Technics brand.
The wise TELEVISION also includes assistance for Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa, with the My Home Screen 4.0 wise interface. Rates and availability have not been exposed yet, but it’s safe to state that the Panasonic GZ2000 will be priced in the premium range thanks to its function set. The TV will be readily available in 55-inch and 65-inch screen sizes on launch.