Phillips adopts Google Dreamcast broadcast technology in the next series Telovesionatha

May

28

2016

Unveiled Phillips its intention to adopt a broadcast technology Google Dreamcast “Google Cast” within the next generation of 4K-resolution Telovesionatha, known as the 6000 series.

The technology allows for owners of smartphones and tablet computers Android operating system for computers or desktop and laptop containing the Google Chrome web browser to send visual content files to their TVs via wireless Wi-Fi network.

And driver and control the visual content independently of the original device that is broadcast from him, so depending on the application that is being used to carry out the broadcast.

The company intends to offer four different models of Telovesionatha-resolution 4K known as the 6000 series, a 43-inch and 49-inch and 55-inch and 65-inch, all of which share the same design with the edges of the thin metal legs.

It features a model 43-inch and 65-inch backlit Micro LED background opaque on the panel LCD VA as well as HDR technology support, while featuring models 49-inch and 55-inch backlit “BrightPro LED” system, as well as lighting Micro background dark to enhance the performance of the HDR on billboards LCD IPS.

Four models and works with the built-in wireless standard 802.11ac MIMO antennas, so that applications such as Netflix and YouTube broadcast of a TV using Google Dreamcast without a problem.

It includes televisions on sonic “technology Sonic Emotion” to enhance the sound capabilities, which offers three-dimensional immersive sound experience thanks to the status of “Absolute 3D”.

The company plans to launch the new series on the market in the month of July next, and at $ 650 for the measurement of 43 inches and is priced at $ 800 for measurement of 49 inches and is priced at $ 1000 for the measurement of 55 inches and is priced at $ 1,500 for measuring 65 inches.

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