Panasonic GX800 review : “Populism, but in a good way”

Safe to say Panasonic had taken its eye off the mainstream, relatively affordable TV market lately. Time was the Japanese giant was a go-to brand for those customers who wanted to strike a sensible balance between price and performance – but in trying to keep pace in the smaller (but far more high-profile) colossal screen size and/or expensive OLED sectors, it abandoned the less sexy high-volume audience somewhat.

But there has obviously been a change of heart. For all the (very impressive) big, pricey OLEDs with Technics audio it’s been turning out, Panasonic is ready to properly woo the LCD mainstream again. And it’s with the GX800 series it intends to instigate the majority of its seduction.

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