Panasonic TH-49EX600D LED TV: Detailed Review
When it comes to television, Panasonic is sort of the original value for money contender. The company has never really undercut prices the way Vu, TCL etc. do, but it’s routinely remained below the Samsung, Sony and LG prices. It’s not that Panasonic doesn’t have expensive televisions, but even its most expensive TVs cost less than its competitors. It’s somewhat like the Motorola of the TV market.
We reviewed the Panasonic Shinobi Pro (review) last year, and though all of the above was true for that TV, it lacked the brute force of high resolution. That’s exactly what the Shinobi Ultra EX600D solves this year, proudly sporting 4K HDR resolution, combined with the company’s Hexa Chroma Drive technology. But that also drives up the price, and starting at Rs. 78,000, the Shinobi Ultra would make for a difficult decision for many. Hence, here’s the review.
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