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Thursday, September 05, 2013
IFA: Philips Showcases Its First 4K UHD TVs


The Philips 9000 Series is Philips' first foray into Ultra High Definition television, unveiled at technology show IFA 2013 in Berlin.

The 9000 range inlcudes a65-inch model and 84-inch model, both displaying 3,840 x 2,160 pixels.

Both TVs are LED-backlit and have three-sided Ambilight, which projects light from three sides of the TV to complement the colours on the screen. The 65-inch model boasts a 15W speaker and two 6W speakers, while the 84-inch version pumps out sound from two 25W speakers and two 20W speakers.



The TVs are offer conectivity with the Web and access apps and online services such as Netflix, YouTube and Skype alongside Philips' usual smart TV features, as well as Miracast and SimplyShare to connect to your phone and tablet.

The Philips 4K models can also convert regular two-dimensional films and TV to 3D.

Philips' new models are more expensive than Sony and Samsung models already on the market: the 65-inch 65PFL9708 costs €4,999 euros, and the 84-inch 84PFL9708 €14,999.


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