Panasonic's First 4K Blu-Ray Player to Sell Built-in 3TB Hard Drive Next Month

According to foreign media reports, Panasonic's first 4K Blu-ray Disc player DMR-UBZ1 will be available for sale in Japan as early as November 15 this year.

According to reports, this Blu-ray player is equipped with a 3TB hard drive and is mainly used for recording TV programs. Of course, it also meets the standards proposed by the Blu-ray Disc Association, including compatibility with HDMI 1.4-2.0a, wider color gamut, and support for HDR.

It is reported that Matsushita plans to provide only 500 shipments per month at the beginning of product launch, and the selling price will be 400,000 yen (approximately RMB 21,200).

Although most of the 4K content is now provided through online streaming, 4K Blu-ray is obviously more valuable if you have or plan to purchase a 4K TV. In addition to the most advanced color and contrast configurations, the 4K Blu-ray player can also achieve a maximum frame rate of 60fps when playing 4K content. More importantly, compared to 4K streaming, 4K blue light compresses less data and is not limited by network bandwidth.

In short, 4K Blu-ray can be said to be the best way to watch 4K content at home. Of course, like all 4K devices, Panasonic's Blu-ray player is a bit too advanced. As the first 4K Blu-ray player available on the market, users who purchased it also need to wait patiently for the 4K Blu-ray disc in place. Fortunately, however, it also has backward compatibility, and it is not a problem to play today's standard Blu-ray discs.

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