How good is Panasonic CX850 TV?

Panasonic is really cranking the 4K at the moment, firstly with a slew of impressive 4K tVs, and secondly with the fact that it will introduce a range of 4K gadgets to support its panels, including a player that enables you to watch 4K content on and 4K cameras.

But ultra high-definition wrangling aside, the most exciting thing about panasonic’s tVs – specifically, its flagship 55-inch 4K LEd cX850 screen – is not so much what’s on the outside, but what’s on the inside.

Unlike the majority of television manufacturers, who are implementing android tV into their boxes, panasonic has made a shrewd move and plumped for the Firefox tV operating system.

Ignoring, for a moment, whether you prefer browsing the web via chrome or Firefox, mozilla’s os looks pretty spectacular, with an intuitive feel that makes it easy to find your way around and access the myriad of content – and voice command capabilities will further enhance this.

The new OS will also come with a range of extra nifty features, such as the ability to wirelessly exchange content like photos and videos from a smartphone, tablet or pc; and apps designed to notify you of new events, much as they would on a mobile.

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