Panasonic is proud to unveil its industry leading 4K products to
New Zealand and is keen to show you the future of viewing
technology. More than four times better than HD at 3840 x 2560
pixels, Panasonic's 4K line offers a visual experience unmatched by
Smart VIERA TH-L65WT600Z - Plays well with others
The world's first Ultra HD TV with a 4K 50/60p input designed
based on HDMI 2.0 and DisplayPort 1.2a
specifications, the Smart VIERA TH-L65WT600Z future-proofs the TV
and assures it will work with future compatible 4K-players, set-top
boxes and next-generation gaming consoles.
PC gaming enthusiasts can easily connect their PC to the WT600Z
via the 60p-capable Display Port, allowing them to enjoy the latest
blockbuster games in incredible detail and with extremely high
4K Tablet - For ultra productivity
The Toughpad 4K UT-MB5 is the world's first 20 inch tablet.
Business rugged and portable, the tablet breaks new ground in
digital viewing with 4K resolution, collaborative working with
touchscreen capabilities and a unique Panasonic Electronic Touch
Pen for pin-point accuracy and annotation.
The advanced display and resolution also makes zooming and
resizing images instantaneous and crystal clear. Designed with
photographers, marketers and sales people in mind as part of a
groundbreaking new Ultra-High Definition Toughpad range, the
Toughpad 4K UT-MB5 is perfect for displaying large images, A3
drawings, brochures and multimedia.
A specialist performance model, ideal for 3D modelling and CAD
applications, for use by technical professionals such as engineers,
architects and designers will follow in the first half of 2014.
4K Vision - Imagine the possibilities
"We are very excited by the ongoing possibilities that 4K will
bring to consumers, as well as businesses in a variety of
industries," said Mr. Yoshiyuki Miyabe, Managing Director,
Panasonic Corporation and President, AVC Networks Company.
"In particular, we believe the real value of 4K lies in the
sheer volume of information that can be displayed on-screen, made
possible by such a high resolution. For consumer home
entertainment, this opens the potential to display multiple content
sources simultaneously on one screen in Ultra HD. With this, we are
moving beyond what we previously knew as 'TVs', paving the way for
a brand new genre of 'Smart Screens' which will allow us to access
all kinds of different information with just one glance."
Mr. Yoshiyuki Miyabe predicts the technology will find its way
into a variety of other industries, including security and
"4K security cameras can film from very wide angles and yet
still give us the opportunity to zoom in with very high detail and
recognise potential security threats. Additionally, in the medical
field, extra value could be gained by displaying high definition
diagnostic photos together with medical records on one screen. We
strongly believe in the genuine value 4K will bring to society, and
we're proud to be leading this process."