Panasonic unveils VIERA WT600 Ultra-HD smart TV

Panasonic VIERA WT600

Panasonic VIERA WT600

After salivating the attendees of CES 2013, Panasonic launches its first ultra-HD smart TV. The Panasonic VIERA WT600 series is the first 4K TV to offer a 60-frames-per-second input through the new HDMI 2.0 standard. Other 4K TVs available in the market are only compatible to HDMI 1.4 and can only provide up to 30fps.

The Panasonic VIERA WT600 comes with the bells and whistles expected on such an advanced smart television, including an integrated camera, voice interaction, a touchpad, and a readily-available product support center. It allows you to view media content from YouTube among other sources (including USB flashdrives), navigate the Internet through an in-house browser, wirelessly transfer photos and videos from your smartphone or tablet, and personalize your home screen, all of which are displayed in beautiful ultra-high definition.

Panasonic VIERA WT600

As for picture quality, Panasonic’s latest 4K TV trumps the competitors with an unprecedented clarity that is four times higher than standard full-HD resolution, adided by its built-in super-smart HEXA processing engine. It even has the ability to remaster original images and videos from any source up to 3,840 x 2,160 resolution courtesy of its 4K Fine Remaster Engine. This feature reveals media files in its finest of details and most delicate of colors, making it almost lifelike.

The 65-inch Panasonic VIERA WT600 (64.5 inches when measured diagonally) sports a thin, silvery bevel and display stand that seems unnoticeable once your eyes become fixated over the ultra-clear images. It is now avaialble to order for “only” $5,999.

Source: Mashable

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