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Panasonic CX6 and CX7 received

20 Apr 2015 | Rasmus Larsen |

We have received two new 2015 Panasonic TVs for testing. CX700 and CX6 (CX650 in the US, CX680 in Europe) are Ultra HD TVs with the new Firefox OS. If there is anything you want us to examine during the review post a comment.

Panasonic 2015 TVs received

Panasonic will abandon its old TV platform and replace it with Firefox OS. CX7 and CX6 are the first TVs to offer the Firefox experience. The two Ultra HD TVs also come equipped with HDMI 2.0 for connecting 4K players and HEVC for 4K streaming.
More on Panasonic’s 2015 TV line-up.

Panasonic CX680


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Panasonic’s first 2015 TVs will be available in stores within the next few weeks. The high-end models will be available later this year.

For prices see below
  • USA: Panasonic CX650
  • Europe: Panasonic CX680
  • Europe: Panasonic CX700



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