We have received Panasonic’s new LCD flagship. Together with Panasonic’s first OLED TV, DX900 will represent this year’s high-end offerings from the Japanese manufacturer. DX900 has 4K, HDR, "UHD Premium" and Firefox OS. DX750 is a new mid-range TV. If there is anything you want us to examine during the review post a comment.
Panasonic DX900 and DX750 received
Panasonic DX900 is available in 58 and 65" sizes. Panasonic believes that it offers the ultimate in LCD picture quality through a combination of 4K, HDR, a wide color gamut, and full-array local dimming with 512 individual zones (most of any LCD). It is also the first UHD Premium certified TV. DX750 on the other hand is a mid-range TV that takes over from last year's CX700. It comes with 4K, a new switch design and Firefox OS: More on Panasonic’s 2016 TV line-up here.
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Panasonic DX900 is available in 58 and 65” sizes in Europe now. Panasonic DX750 is available in 50, 58, and 65” sizes in Europe now. Availability in the US has yet to be announced.