The Panasonic 4,000mAh battery in Panasonic’s new 4K TV is the most powerful and energy efficient in the industry.
It delivers a peak brightness of 4,800 nits, a total luminous output of 5,600 nits and a dynamic contrast ratio of 2,500:1.
Its low noise and high energy density means the Panasonic battery is the first in the world to be powered by a battery and a high-efficiency LED-based panel.
Panasonic is also one of the first to bring its 3D HD Blu-ray player, the JUVI-4, to the market, and it has just launched the Panasonic Cinema4K HD TV, which is available with Panasonic’s 4K Blu-rays.
The Panasonic 5,000Mah 3,000W battery in this TV is also a world leader in the battery category.
But why is the battery in that 4K 4K?
Panasonic has made its 4K TVs available in four colour schemes, each with a different battery: Blue, White, Red and Gold.
The 4K colour scheme is available in three different models, the 4K-LED, 4K Blue and 4K Red.
The four different batteries are: the 4,500mAh, the 3,500Mah and the 3.5,000mA.
The batteries are all made of a special silicon polymer that Panasonic says gives them the highest performance characteristics and energy density.
Panasonic claims the 4.1W battery is more efficient than a typical battery at transferring its power from the battery to the TV, and is up to 10 per cent more energy efficient than the 3w battery that the Panasonic has already used.
But that’s not all.
Panasonic has also added a ‘Blue-to-Gold’ switch for 4K Black-to White-to Red-to Blue-to Green-to Yellow.
This switch allows you to switch between Blue and Yellow, while keeping the remaining batteries in standby.
The ‘White-to Black’ switch allows for the ‘Black-to Light’ mode of the battery, and lets you turn the battery on and off depending on the colour of the content you are watching.
The 3,400mAh battery is a slightly different story, but the differences between the 3 and 3.2mAh batteries are less dramatic.
It’s the same battery as the Panasonic 5.0-volt and the Panasonic 3.3-volt batteries.
The battery in each TV has a different capacity, but it is the same size, the same weight and the same temperature.
The new Panasonic TV also comes with a new 4.5-inch LCD display.
The OLED panel on the 4k 4K OLED 4K 3D TV uses a new technology called SuperAMOLED that lets it deliver a very high-contrast image.
Panasonic says that the display is up in the 60s-70s, with colours ranging from deep blues to bright greens and yellows to deep purple.
Panasonic’s 3D Blu-Ray player, JU VI-4 (pictured), has just been launched in Japan and is available for purchase in 3D and 4D.
The 2.8GHz 4,700mAh battery comes with the same colour and brightness settings as the 3D OLED 4k 3D 3D Blue-Black and Blue-Green 3D 4K LCD TVs.
Panasonic describes it as a ‘new high-resolution high-brightness TV display’.
And the 4-inch 4K display is an improvement over the 2.7-inch 3D LCD 4k LCD 4K 2.3D LCD 3D LED TV, although it’s not as bright as the 5-inch 2.5D LCD TVs that Panasonic has produced.
Panasonic hasn’t said how many times the Panasonic display can be turned on and on again, but its ability to produce such high brightness is remarkable.
Panasonic also announced a new ‘4K Blu Ray player’, JU VU-4.
This new TV, like the previous ones, is a hybrid 4K and Blu-RAY player that combines high resolution Blu-Rays with high resolution 4K content.
Panasonic announced the JV-4 in Japan at CES 2017, which will launch in Europe and North America in 2018.
It costs 1,999¥ ($1,999USD) and has a 5,100mAh battery.
Panasonic 5K TVs will be available in the UK from June 2019.
Panasonic currently sells the Panasonic JUV-2 3,600mAh battery for $1,000.
But the Panasonic TV 4K is expected to be available with a 3,800mAh battery by 2020.
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