4K TVs have been around for a while now, but that doesn’t mean that everybody understands exactly what is going on with the technology. This is where we can help.
Basically, a 4K TV is any model with 4K resolution. This means that the TV has 3,840 horizontal pixels and 2,160 vertical pixels, making a total of approximately 8.3 million pixels. Resolution relates to how densely packed the pixels are on the display, so the higher the number of pixels, the higher the resolution. Are you still following?
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4K TVs have four times the number of pixels than traditional Full HD TVs. This results in more vivid and detailed picture quality picture, which is what everyone wants, right? You will tend to find 4K TVs are big-screen models, because to really appreciate the higher picture quality, you do need to watch it on a large TV. Read more…
BEST FOR ALEXA
Control this 4K TV with Alexa built-in through the RemoteNOW mobile app.
BEST FOR LIGHTING
Ambilight technology sets the mood for movies, music, and gaming.
BEST FOR PICTURE
The GX800 features much of Panasonic’s best picture technology at a lower price.
BEST FOR SOUND
The sound technology creates seven virtual channels that produce a multi-channel ultra surround effect.
BEST FOR SMART FEATURES
Catch up on your favourite shows, music, and film with Prime Video, Prime Music, Netflix, and Freeview Play.
BEST FOR CONSTRUCTION
Stylish 4K TV fits into any home thanks to its minimal frame and sturdy wall bracket.