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TP Vision at IFA UHDTV some newly-introduced product series. The 65 “-topmodel was announced in July, but TP Vision now also comes with two models in the 9100 series, a TV with curved screen in the 8900 line and” entry-level “in the 7900 series.

In the 9100 series TP Vision comes with two models with image diameters of 55 “and 65”. The 4K monitors use micro dimming the backlight. With fast-paced action, the 1000Hz would be perfect motion rate ultra -feature to improve picture quality.

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TP Vision delivers the 9100 models have a wireless 50W subwoofer, while the TV itself has two 15W speakers. The Philips devices have quadruple Ambilight and a hexacore-soc. In addition to support for Android 4.2, according to TP Vision UHDTV’s the first with support for Spotify Connect, with music on a tablet or browser can be used then the TV playback. Tracks selected Furthermore, the remote has a mouse mode and at the rear a mini-keyboard. The remote also includes a camera to recognize hand gestures, and an integrated microphone, voice commands can be given. The 9100 units are still to come in the third quarter on the market.

With the introduction of the Philips 8909 TP Vision follows the trend to bring out. Uhd sets with a curved screen The device in the 8900 series has a diagonal of 55 “.’s UHDTV is placed on a newly designed foot. During the housing triple Ambilight integrated. Supplied remote would be identical to that of the 9100 models. Device gives further four HDMI connections, one meets the HDCP 2.2 specification. too dual band wifi is available for the Android functionality.

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In the latest series UHDTV TP Vision comes with the “slip” in the 7900 model line. Therein TP Vision has two UHDTV recorded with screen diagonals of 49 “and 55”, which is a thin aluminum got. Bezel The TVs are also dual Ambilight and two digital tuners. Image enhancement is 600Hz perfect motion rate and micro dimming available, with a quad-core soc care of the math.

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TP Vision has launched its new UHDTV’s standard does not yet provide support for hevc codec, also known as h.265. To be able to play 4K content, the manufacturer so the Philips 880 Associate Media Player based on Android L announced. The media player is equipped with an HDMI 2.0 port for connection to a UHDTV. Using wifi, ethernet and usb 4K content can be played. What 4k providers the media player will work will be announced. At a later stage

The UHD 880 pound it costs 249 euros and should be released early in 2015, although TP Vision, the free media player available to purchasers of Philips UHDTV with model type 8809, the Curved 8909, the 9109 and 9809.

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