Panasonic president reveals the world's first 4K OLED TV
-Ladies and gentlemen, this is the world's first largest screen 4K OLED display created by printing technology, we are very sets this is just a part, is a finer picture quality.
The facility of these technologies makes possible.
In motion to video,
it brings high 4K high definition.
And the rich color of photos gives a little right.
-And images with texts and detailed illustrations are equally amazing.
At just 27 pounds, and less than half inch thick, this 56-inch TV exemplifies how incredibly thin and light LED can be.
-Yes, that's a half-way to what normal 4K display.
-And as we just mentioned the engine driving Panasonic OLED is our printing technology,
which gives us the ability to make panels that are larger and more affordable than our competitors.
-But the only way to fully appreciate the impact of this display is to sit across.
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