A look at Panasonic's 4K 65" Smart VIERA LED TV
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The first thing I thought when I viewed Panasonic's 4K television in action was "wow!", the picture quality and detail is simply stunning, it's nothing like I've ever seen before. The below photos won't do it justice believe me. The TX-L65WT600B 65" Smart VIERA LED 4K TV from Panasonic features 3D, a viewing angle of 176 degrees, is 4K THX Certified, and has lots of awesome features such as apps, 4K online playback, a 4K sd photo viewer, a 4K browser, and even the ability to control the television with Panasonic's TV remote app which is available for iOS and Android. Even better? You can control the TV with your voice and even have it recognise you with its built in camera which takes you to your personal homescreen where you can adds such as TV catch up services.

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To put 4K into perspective that's 4 times the resolution of "Full HD" making it a whopping 3840 x 2160 resolution. Of course you'll find it pretty difficult to find any 4K content right now however this TV will set you up for when 4K becomes common. With 4k Blu-ray in the works, other formats, as well as 4K streaming it shouldn't be too long before you can take full advantage. In the mean time 1080p Blu-ray will be upscaled to 4K.

With 4K Intelligent Frame Creation, the WT600 has smooth panning of up to 120 frames per second, even with 4K content which sets to apart from rivals. It also analyses scenes, with movement from a variety of directions and then optimises each object independently to get the best picture possible.

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The WT600 also features HDMI 2.0 and DisplayPort 1.2a which allows users to hook up a PC, offers up to 60 frames per second on 4K playback and 2,000 Hz back light scanning, all in a beautiful, stylish and super thin frame.

I was skeptical about how much better it would be than 1080p, and now having seen the television in person I can say it is by a long shot. The detail is amazing and the colours are so vibrant it almost looks like what's on the TV is in the room with you. You can read more about Panasonic's 4K TV over here.