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Panasonic FX700 (FXW724) received

19 Apr 2018 | Rasmus Larsen |

FlatpanelsHD has received the Panasonic FX700 (FXW724 in Germany), which is a mid-range 4K LCD TV and the successor to last year’s EX700. What do you want to know?

Updated: The review is now online

Panasonic FX700 LCD

Panasonic’s 2018 line-up comprises OLED TVs at the top range and LCD TVs from mid-range and down. FX700 has a 4K LCD panel and is squarely positioned in the mid-range segment.
More on Panasonic FX700 here.


Panasonic FX700 LCD


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Panasonic FX700 will be available in 49, 55, and 65-inch sizes in Europe only.

Pricing & retailers:
  • UK: Panasonic FX700
  • DE: Panasonic FXW724



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