Panasonic TX-L65WT600 4K TV given review treatment

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The Panasonic TX-L65WT600 has been recently reviewed by Pocket-lint and going by what they have said concerning the 4K Ultra-HD television there is a lot to start getting excited about. The release of the Panasonic TX-L65WT600 will be the first 4K Ultra-HD television that will certainly revolutionize televisions sets in the future. This is achieved on two technological fronts with the first being insane resolution rates and secondly Panasonic’s decision to increase their device frame rates per second to 60fps. The starting price for this top of the range TV is being marketed at £5,400. Let us explain what you get for your money.

Each Panasonic TX-L65WT600 offers a mixture of both next generation HDMI 2.0 connectivity, as well as DisplayPort 1.2a. The display on the television has a 4096 x 2160 pixel resolution at 50 to 60Hz. Furthermore, the 4K model produced by Panasonic completely overpowers it closest rivals regarding pixel resolution. Companies such as Sony and Philips are limited to 2160p at 30Hz in comparison. Thus, Panasonic have a superior product on the market that offers greater screen resolution than any of its competitors in the television market economy.

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The picture quality for this television is superb and is a definite sign of what the future is going to bring concerning television technology. It has 8million megapixel display combined with UHD pixel packing that is used with stunning effect. The traditional 1080p mode of the Panasonic TX-L65WT600 television even looks great and it is only running at a quarter of its potentiality. Personally, I can not wait to see how 4K technology is going to be applied so as to enhance the viewing experience regarding the latest blockbuster movies or big sporting events. Sadly, we will have to wait as long as 2015 it would seem before most of this technology is commercially viable to broadcast.

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The design of the Panasonic TX-L65WT600 stays in the tradition of the multiple versions of Panasonic high-class televisions, decked out in chrome and sporting an illuminated strip. The television display has a 65-inch panel that is only 56mm thick and is also 3D enabled. It also comes with an attached webcam that can be withdrawn when the device is not in use.

On the back of the television there is a large assortment of different ports that is quite a sight to behold. It comes with four HDMI ports, Scart, three USB sockets, an SD Card reader, DisplayPort 1.2 input, and the ability to connect an Ethernet cable. The device also comes with built in Wi-Fi. This is truly astonishing considering how many things can be used to link to this one television set.

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The one downside to this product it would seem, concerns the sound system which is extremely average considering how exceptional the other components of the device are. The TV only offers a miniscule 2 X 4W, which is accompanied with a 10W woofer. This would probably mean that the consumer would have to purchase a separate audio system to enhance the audio experience. But if you are willing to pay £5,400 for a television, what is a little more?

Are you excited by the potential the Panasonic TX-L65WT600 has to revolutionize your viewing experience? Do you feel the product is too expensive considering you will not get the benefit of the full potential of this product until 2015, when commercial broadcasting starts using the required technology?

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  • Mark Fields

    How can it be 4x the picture quality when u only have double the pixels? Correct me if I’m wrong 2160 is just double 1080 right? Even Sony has an advertisement next to my house claiming it’s 4x full he which it isn’t or is it maybe I forgot how to count.

    • Andrew Smith

      No, you are just missing part of the equation. The pixels are doubled in width and height, meaning 1920×2 (3840) by 1080×2 (2160). In HD you have around 2 million pixels (1920×1080), in Ultra HD you have around 8 million pixels (3840×2160). So yes, you get 4x the HD picture resolution.