Panasonic India today added a few more living room devices to add Cinematic experience to your living room. The popular consumer durables brand launched its new set of 4K Ultra HD TVs and UA7 sound system.
The high-end 4K television series for 2017 include EX750 and EX600. The EX750 will have 550 nits bright 65-inches display with 4K Pro HDR1000 powered by Studio Colour HCX2 processor. The TV also includes Switch Design’, with Swivel functionality.
Supported connectivity options include Bluetooth® Compatible (Keyboards/Mouses), Wireless LAN Built-In, DLNA, 4 HDMI Terminals, 3 USB Terminals, 4K Media Player 2.0, Home Screen 2.0. Panasonic EX750 4K UHD 65” TV will retail for 3,10,000 INR.
The EX600 TVs will be available in three sizes – 55-inch, 49-inch, and 43-inch – priced at Rs. 1,78,900, Rs. 1,41,000, Rs. 78,900 respectively. These TVs are adept at reproducing fast action sequences, are equipped with a 1.3GHz quad-core processor and switch design pedestal. Connectivity options include Wireless LAN Built-In, Double USB Sharing, Web Browser, 3 HDMI Terminals, and 2 USB Terminals.
The UA7 all-in-one sound system flaunts a hexagonal box design, has 1700W audio output, 4 Woofers and 4 Tweeters, 2 Super Woofers and a total of 10 speakers. UA7 all-in-one sound system will be available for free in a combo offer with EX750 65 inch TV and, EX600 55 inch and 49 inch TV.
Speaking at the launch, Mr. Manish Sharma, President and CEO, Panasonic India and South Asia and Vice President Appliances Company Panasonic Corporation, “2018 marks Panasonic 100th Year and you will definitely see a powerful mix of hardware and software innovations that’s born from decades of experience in developing TV technology and 20 year collaboration with Hollywood from Panasonic.”
Mr. Neeraj Bahl, Associate Director – Business Group Head, Consumer Electronic, Panasonic India, “With 4K resolution further enhanced by the introduction of HDR display technology, the market for 4K TVs in 2017 is growing without signs of slowdown. Sales of 4K Ultra HD TVs are poised to grow by a further 72% by the end of 2017 and will account for more than a third of the worldwide TV (Futuresource Consulting).”