Once the home of high-quality Plasma TVs now with newer technology taking over Panasonic TVs main focus is LED, OLED and 4K production. The decision to no longer manufacture plasma televisions came as major news in the industry and TV consumers will have to fill the void with the next best display in the market. This may come in the shape of OLED although current pricing levels are way too high to be a valid option at present.
Home cinema fans will have to find a new affordable grade of TV to outperform the plasma glory days. These high-quality flat-panel televisions were once the pinnacle of display design with the richest black levels in town. With the rise of less power-hungry technologies, Panasonic is keen to showcase their latest offerings in the way of 4K Ultra HD TVs. This next generation of television delivers stunning picture quality displaying four times the detail of HD.
Panasonic LCD TVs are impressive picture performers with a high colour response of LEDs and ink-deep blacks for exceptional vibrant pictures. Realistic-looking images can be enjoyed on a range of screen sizes including a 19 and 24” slim HD Ready LED TVs with Media player and Freeview HD. Also in the line up are 32” 39” 40” 42” 47” and 48” Smart VIERA 3D TVs plus larger screens of 55” 58” 60” 65” and the ultimate 85” 4K Ultra HD TVs with Freetime built-in.
Easy to Use Search Feature
The newer VIERA models allow you to access most popular On Demand services including BBC iPlayer, ITV Player, 4oD, Demand 5 and BBC News & Sport and content recommendations with Showcase. With Freetime built-in, you can also make the most of Roll Back TV Guide which shows the past seven days across a selection of channels. An easy to search feature makes it simple to find a programme by typing in 3 characters using the arrow keys and OK.
Panasonic New Smart Viera Platform
Panasonic’s new smart TV platform has seen big improvements on last year’s set up. Features like TV Anywhere allows you to access content anywhere in the world from a Cloud server on to your device. Whereas My Home Screen smart interface has the facility for you to tell the TV who is using it so it can bring up your personalised home screen. Some models feature built-in cameras too with face and voice recognition so you can teach the TV to recognise who’s using the TV.