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4K is now the focus for Panasonic

3rd April, 2016
The Panasonic 4k UHD TV

This year’s Panasonic Convention at Frankfurt showcased a diverse range of innovations, but the 4K UHD TVs stole the show, including the DX900 4K LED LCD TV.

“It’s definitely captured the imagination of everyone that’s seen it,” said Andrew Denham, managing director of Panasonic Britain and Ireland. “They’re reinventing TV in the home.”

Panasonic’s 4K offering spans from screens to camcorders so high-def...

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