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Following on from 2018's superb FZ800 OLED TV, Panasonic's top-end telly for 2019 will be the GZ2000. It's an OLED panel with a number of firsts – the Read More »
161 Days Ago Say hello to the top-end Panasonic OLED TV for 2019, the GZ2000. This set brings a number of firsts: it's the first to decode both HDR10+ and Dolby Vision
162 Days Ago After alluding to it during its press conference, Panasonic has unveiled the GZ2000, a 4K OLED TV aimed at folks who want very accurate colors. Available in 55- and 65-inch models, it'll support both Samsung's HDR10+ and Dolby Vision for high dynamic...
162 Days Ago Panasonic isn't much of a US TV brand anymore, but the company still releases new sets internationally. At CES, it's announcing its latest flagship GZ2000 4K OLED TV, which Panasonic says utilizes a “professional edition” panel that's been tuned to perfection in Hollywood by colorist Stefan Sonnenfeld.
161 Days Ago Japanese multinational technology company Panasonic revealed its newest 4K OLED TV at CES 2019. Panasonic is calling the TV the world’s first 4K OLED with HDR10+, Dolby Vision and Hybrid Log Gamma (HLG) high-dynamic range photo standard, but its actual name is the GZ2000.
159 Days Ago Panasonic has been mostly absent from the American TV market for some time now, but it hasn't been ignoring TVs altogether. Its latest 4K OLED TV is world's first to support both Dolby Vision and HDR10+.
162 Days Ago LG's latest move in OLED TVs sees an 88-inch 8K screen become the TV's speaker system. Though this technology has been seen before in Sony televisions, LG is now delivering Dolby Atmos sound from the display.
162 Days Ago Earlier at CES 2019, LG revealed a rolling OLED TV that will come to actual stores (and actual homes) in 2019. It's amazing, but will sound a little familiar to some readers, because it's pretty much what I saw showcased by LG Display (the c...
163 Days Ago Every year at CES, TV makers try to outdo each other by cramming even more pixels into TVs that are just a little bigger and thinner than in years past.