Panasonic has announced the launch of its flagship OLED TV for 2021, the JZ2000, introducing AI-powered picture auto-optimisation as well as super-low latency for superior gaming performance.
The JZ2000’s brand-new HXC Pro AI Processor uses artificial intelligence to analyse and detect what content is being viewed – whether that be sports, movies or news – and automatically optimise both picture and sound quality, so that users need never get lost in settings menus to get the best possible picture, whatever they’re watching.
Thanks to this Processor, Panasonic has significantly reduced input lag when gaming, down to amongst the very lowest figures for an OLED TV.
The JZ2000 – which will be available in early Summer – also supports the HDR10+ Adaptive feature, which dynamically adapts HDR content to the room lighting conditions of the viewing area.
Like its predecessor, the JZ2000 features Panasonic’s proprietary Master HDR OLED Professional Edition panel, meaning the model stands as one of the most advanced OLEDs in the market when it comes to brightness.
Accommodating side-firing speakers in addition to upward-firing speakers, front-firing speakers and a subwoofer, the JZ2000’s “Tuned by Technics” 125W sound system delivers a truly immersive Dolby Atmos experience with a spatial soundstage and powerful bass.
The JZ2000 supports a very wide range of HDR formats, including Dolby Vision IQ, Dolby Vision, Filmmaker Mode, and HLG Photo.
Available in 65- and 55-inch screen sizes, the JZ2000 also possesses major voice services built-in, allowing users to operate some key TV functions using spoken commands. It features the latest iteration of Panasonic’s smart TV OS, my Home Screen 6.0.
There’s Dual Bluetooth Connection, which allows the TV to transmit sound to two separate Bluetooth devices simultaneously. So, for example, headphones could be used by children to avoid disrupting a parent’s work-from-home environment.