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Panasonic launches VIERA TH-49CS580D LED TV in India

Panasonic has introduced VIERA TH-49CS580D LED TV, which is an addition to its CS580 series in India.

By: Tech Desk | New Delhi |
January 21, 2016 6:18:09 pm
Panasonic, Panasonic TV, Panasonic VIERA TH-49CS580D TV, Panasonic LED TV, LED TV, television, technology, technology news Panasonic VIERA TH-49CS580D features a 49-inch screen with super bright IPS LED panel with close to 180 degree wide viewing angle.

Panasonic has introduced VIERA TH-49CS580D LED TV, which is an addition to its CS580 series in India. It is equipped with hexa chroma drive technology that uses 6 primary colours for a sharp picture quality.

Panasonic VIERA TH-49CS580D features a 49-inch screen with super bright IPS LED panel with close to 180 degree wide viewing angle. The TV can also be connected to a bluetooth speaker to play music wirelessly. It comes with V-Audio technology, for a better sound quality and dot noise reduction.

VIERA TH-49CS580D also comes with built-in wireless LAN and DVB-T2. It is a DLNA compatible device which supports a variety of systems such as laptops, printers and smartphones across 3 HDMI terminals and 1 USB terminal.

Ashish Sasidharan, Product Head, Consumer Electronics, Panasonic India said, “Taking forward its commitment of providing the best home entertainment to the customers, Panasonic has introduced the new CS580 LED TV with HEXA CROMA DRIVE. The new technology promises an impressive viewing experience.”

The TV allows users to operate it via voice guidance as well as a TV remote app. It also enables sharing of smartphone and tablet media on the TV screen through features like swipe and share and easy mirroring.

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