Electronics manufacturer Panasonic has finally started selling commercial units of its transparent OLED TVs, and it could be the start of a transparent display revolution – though probably not for the kind of smart TVs found in your home.
The see-through OLED models, the TZ1000 and TZ1100, may have similar naming conventions to Panasonic’s home cinema darlings – the HZ1000, HZ1500, and HZ2000 – but these transparent displays couldn’t be more different.
For one, they’re both HD sets, meaning you won’t get the 4K resolution of Panasonic’s other displays.
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