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  #2504428 14-Jun-2020 13:58
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Because Covid................

 

Get used to it, it’s going to be the excuse for everything for the next two years.





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  #2504469 14-Jun-2020 14:10
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The worst thing is they don't tell us a release date when they do for other countries

 
 
 
 


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  #2520734 10-Jul-2020 13:18
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Found this today: https://www.smithscity.co.nz/panasonic-65-hz1000u-premium-4k-smart-oled-tv-9063809.

I'm going to assume this is a placeholder price, but I'm sure they will be quite a bit more expensive than the 2019s, just like the 2020 Samsungs and Sonys.

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  #2520768 10-Jul-2020 13:53
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ADBNZ: Found this today: https://www.smithscity.co.nz/panasonic-65-hz1000u-premium-4k-smart-oled-tv-9063809.

I'm going to assume this is a placeholder price, but I'm sure they will be quite a bit more expensive than the 2019s, just like the 2020 Samsungs and Sonys.

 

Good spot. It seems reasonable (for a launch price), that's still more than the 65" LG CX is going for, and its still the lowest in the HZ range we get. Panasonic are probably the best for picture quality, but, given the HDMI 2.1 capability of the CX, you would really have to dislike the LG to pay $600 more for the Panasonic.


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  #2520836 10-Jul-2020 15:56
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Can confirm there are no plans currently for Panasonic to exit the NZ Market





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