Panasonic TX-40DX700

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By TechRadar on 60

Great 4K detail and all-round performance with various sources, but Panasonic's smallest and most affordable TV for HDR proves that not all HDR TVs are...

International Review By Pocket-lint on 80

So, should you buy the DX700? If you want one of the best sub-£1000 4K TVs to take pride of place in your living room, then yes you absolutely should consider it.If you want your TV to handle HDR content with expertise, then we should advise you to look...

International Review By Whathifi.com on 80

There's plenty to like about the Panasonic TX-40DX700B, not least its sharp, detailed picture and excellent operating system.Freeview Play gives it a real upper hand for on-demand fiends and there's no doubt its 4K pictures give it an insight boost from...

International Review By Expert Reviews on 80

Overall the Panasonic TX-40DX700B is an excellent 4K television, although it takes a little time and effort to get it looking its absolute best, which can be a little time consuming. With both 4K and HDR support, it's nicely future-proofed and the...

International Review By Whathifi.com on 80

4K, HDR, UHD Premium… the implementation of these superior picture technologies, formats and standards have certainly caused a bit of hoo-ha, with some uncertainty surrounding their definition and packaging.But now the dust is finally settling on this...

International Review By devontechsupport.com on

The DX700 is Panasonic's brand new entry level series of HDR-compatible 4K TVs and offers the cheapest way to get your hands on an HDR 4K TV from a premium brand.The speed with which HDR ( high dynamic range ) features have perpetuated down into the...

International Review By gadgetscentral.co.uk on

A 4K TV is worth having thanks to services such as Netflix and Amazon, along with products like the PS4 Pro and Xbox One S, there's now a good range of 4K and HDR content to choose...