Category: Panasonic

4K TV Tech: IPS vs VA vs PLS LCD Panels

While many affluent enthusiasts are migrating to OLED based TVs for your average consumer, they are a bit too pricey, even if the prices are dropping. So, if like me, you can’t quite afford OLED, you may be curious about the different panels available within the LCD / LED range.  In fact, most consumers probably won’t even know there are different types of panel. In the PC gaming industry, it feels like everyone is familiar with the differences between IPS and TN based displays, with IPS being more expensive and offering better image reproduction but suffering from response times....

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Panasonic Full HD Indoor CCTV Camera Review KX-HNC800 Score 70%

Panasonic Full HD Indoor CCTV Camera Review KX-HNC800

The Panasonic KX-HNC800 camera is an indoor CCTV camera that integrates with Panasonic's line of home monitoring devices, but it can also work independently. The specification of the camera includes: 1080p Full HD Camera with pre-Recording feature and Wide Angle view Works as Stand Alone IP Camera and with Panasonic Smart Home system Full HD Video recording in Low Light and Easy Recording Playback 11 a/ b/ g/ n 0 megapixel CMOS Visual sensor/Temperature sensor/Sound sensor Unlike several of the indoor cameras I have reviewed recently, the Panasonic includes a MicroSD slot and relies on local storage rather than...

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Panasonic DMP-UB900 UHD 4k Blu-Ray Player Preview

Following on from my previous 2 posts about the general 2016 line-up from Panasonic, and a preview of the new DX902 model( TX-65DX902B ), we were briefly shown the new Ultra HD Blu-ray that Panasonic has just launched, the DMP-UB900. It is funny that 4K TVs have been out for quite a while now but generally very limited 4K content. Services such as Netflix have been streaming 4K for a while now, and while it does look great there is obviously some limitation to this, and that is bandwidth. For Netflix to work well with 4k they recommend 25 Megabits...

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Panasonic TX-65DX902B Preview

I have already posted a general update about the 2016 link-up from Panasonic, but the main focus of the day was the top of the range DX902, which costs a whopping £3299 for the 65-inch model or £2799 for the 58-inch model. Unlike the lower models you are stuck with having the feet towards the end of the TV so you need to take this into account before buying it. As you would expect the TV has pretty much all every high end feature you would expect, it conforms to the new Ultra HD Premium standard which means things...

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Panasonic 2016 TV Line-Up Details

Today I had the pleasure of attending a presentation with Panasonic on their 2016 TV line up and new 4k UHD Blue Ray player. The main focus of the day was the top of the line DX902 TV but we got plenty of details about the full line up. 2016 Release Details This year’s TV will mainly be 4K models with the exception of one budget TV. I have been assured that none of the TVs are out sourced and they are all now in house. Panasonic have decided (thankfully) to ditch curved TVs all together so ever TV...

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Panasonic Viera 4K LCD TV (TX-55CR852B) Review Score 90%

Panasonic Viera 4K LCD TV (TX-55CR852B) Review

The CR852 is Panasonic’s top of the range model TVs featuring a curved Ultra HD 4K LED screen, quad-core processor, FireFox OS and Freeview Play. Currently priced at £1,299.00 does this TV compete with the current market leader Samsung? Design The first thing you will notice when getting the CR852 out of the box is its weight and overall unusual design. Unlike my Samsung 55-inch TV this is a surprisingly weighty TV at 26kg, which I don’t think is a bad thing. The design choices will certainly be a cause for concern for some. The TV stand stretches the...

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