It’s the flagship product from Panasonic this year, and they expect it to hit the market this summer. “We want our televisions to be a benchmark,” they detail.
Panasonic has revealed what its flagship product would be on CES 2021, a technology event that will be held from January 11 until the 14th of the same month in digital format. It is the JZ2000 television, designed for lovers of video games and cinema. It has artificial intelligence and is expected to be available this summer.
This OLED TV has an HCX Pro AI processor to automatically optimize image and sound quality, depending on the content. The artificial intelligence of the JZ2000 model also participates in this task: “It can identify what content is being played,” to make the experience of viewers and users much more immersive.
It also has a Game Mode Extreme configuration, which offers latency reduction to lose detail in their games. It should be noted that it is compatible with HDMI 2.1 Variable Refresh Rate (VRR) and High Frame Rate (HFR), allowing users to enjoy greater fluidity in the image that is being reproduced.
When it comes to audio, it has side speakers that make up a much more immersive Dolby Atmos sound experience: its new speakers are oriented to each side and are complemented by the speakers facing the ceiling and the front. Its sound system is developed with Technics. Also, it includes the Panel Master OLED Professional Edition feature, calibrated in Hollywood, so that we can enjoy movies as their directors conceived them: it allows us to achieve better levels of brightness to soften the HDR content.
Finally, the My Home Screen operating system has been updated to version 6.0, incorporating improvements and new functions such as my Scenery or Dual Bluetooth Connection. “We want our televisions to be a benchmark and for users to enjoy the best picture and sound settings automatically, ” said Yasushi Murayama, Head of Strategy for Panasonic’s Image and Sound business unit. ” With artificial intelligence, we can bring technology closer to our clients and create visual and auditory experiences with the best comfort .”
The TV will be available next summer in 65 and 55 inches. Panasonic may share more information about it at CES 2021, which has already left us with inventions like the LaVie Mini laptop inspired by Nintendo Switch.