Panasonic introduces 4K HD Blu-ray Player and Full HD Recorder

Panasonic HD player

Panasonic has introduced its new 4K HD Blu-ray player and Full HD recorder. It will deliver 4K UHD playback and a twin HD tuner along with a 2TB hard disk drive that allows Full HD recording.

“This unique new model provides Australians with incredible quality and convenience through the brilliant viewing experience of 4K; as well as the versatile smarts of Panasonic’s Full HD Recorders – all in the one device,” says Panasonic category manager Doug Campbell.

The recorder provides flexible recording and viewing features that to suit the user’s lifestyle. This includes viewing through a smart phone or tablet, recording free to air programs while watching Netflix and access to TV programs in and out of the home. With the use of Panasonic’s ‘TV Anytime’, the user is able to stream to their smart device anywhere in the world.

You can also record entire series through the Series Recording function and this is done by registering the TV series you want with the said function, ensuring you’ll never miss an episode. Recordings can be set anywhere in the world through the use of the Panasonic Media Centre App too.

Other features include built-in WiFi, mirroring, DLNA and a web browser. Mirroring allows the sharing of images, videos, apps or games from a smart phone or tablet straight to the big screen with a click of the button while DLNA allows photos, videos and music to be shared with other connected devices throughout the home.

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