Panasonic MX700E is a New 4K LCD Google TV Series – Check Out the Specs

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Panasonic now has brand new 4K TVs that it can boast about: the MX700E series. The new TVs has now been unveiled, and we are free to take a good look at their specs and features.

The new Panasonic MX700E TV will become available in the EU starting in September, and the features look amazing. Notebookchech has discovered the information regarding the new release.

Panasonic MX700E features Google Assistant

The new Panasonic MX700E TV features some powerful features, such as the Google Assistant app. This tool allows the user to easily control his TV by simply speaking to it, similarly as he does with an Android phone.

The new series brings televisions that come in sizes ranging from 43 inches to 65 inches. Equipped with the Panasonic 4K Color Engine, the new TVs optimize picture quality and employ upscaling technology to enhance lower-resolution content.

The Panasonic MX700E TVs offer a variety of features, such as the FILMMAKER MODE, pre-set Sports and Movie modes, and support for Dolby Vision and HDR10 technologies. While the company emphasizes high contrast and brightness, specific details such as maximum screen brightness and refresh rate have yet to be revealed. With built-in Google TV, users can stream content from their favorite apps and cast videos from mobile devices using Google Chromecast. Additionally, Google Assistant integration allows for voice-controlled navigation of films and other connected smart home devices.

For those who are into the gaming business, it’s useful to keep in mind that the TV includes a Game Mode that minimizes input lag and latency, as well as ALLM (Auto Low Latency Mode), VRR (Variable Refresh Rate), and even an HDMI 2.1 port for seamless console connectivity.

Though Panasonic suggests built-in speakers, specific details regarding the audio configuration remain unknown. Moreover, the Google Play store provides access to Twitch for gaming enthusiasts.

The Panasonic MX700E has an entry-level TX-43MX700E that starts at €599 (roughly $653).

Cristian Antonescu
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