Panasonic’s UHDTV Will Launch In Australia In October

Panasonic’s 65 inch TH-L65WT600A LED LCD UHDTV will join Sony, Samsung and LG in October.

Like most UHDTVs, you’re also looking at a Smart-capable TV — although good luck getting any UHDTV content that way for now — that uses active shutter 3D glasses, two of which will be provided with each set.

Pricing hasn’t been announced for the TH-L65WT600A, but what has been announced is that it’ll be compatible with the newly announced 18Gbps HDMI 2.0 standard when it arrives.

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