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Panasonic introduces UHDTV with HDR support and Firefox OS
Panasonic has announced the DX900: a UHDTV supports HDR that Firefox OS. The manufacturer also proposes an update for Firefox OS in anticipation. Panasonic also be rolling out a player for ultra-high-definition Blu-ray discs.
The DX900 meets the “ultra premium hd ‘specification of the UHD Alliance and also supports features like display of 10bit color depth and BT.2020 color space, while also supporting the smpte ST2084 standard for HDR is present.
TV has local dimming and makes the distribution of the exposure zones using a honeycomb structure. This allows the DX900 would be a relatively large surface area of the maximum brightness of 1000cd / m 2 can provide, claims Panasonic.
TV running Firefox OS which makes it clear that the development of these TV’s software simply continues where this subject in the area of smartphones uncertainty was over. Panasonic announced that later this year an update of the OS should come from giving users new ways to discover web apps. Among other Vimeo has already promised to come up with a webapp for the OS. Moreover, the update adds support for ‘send to TVs to TVs. Allows users content from their Android device tones via the Firefox browser on the TV. The DX900 comes in the spring of 2016 available in 65 “- and 58” formats.
Along with the new TV Announces Panasonic will play its first Blu-ray player to the ultra-high-definition discs. Besides uhd-blu-ray can play UB900 various audio formats including wav, flac, mp3, aac, wma, and DSD ALAC.
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