Enhances audio, headphone ranges.
Panasonic demonstrated its transparent OLED concept display at the company’s recent launch of entertainment products in Sydney. The prototype was housed in a cabinet, crafted to resemble a glass display that blends into the living space. However, the moment the device is switched on, it transforms into a vivid OLED display, giving another example of the company’s focus on advanced technology.
Panasonic is evaluating feedback about the device with a local release date still to be confirmed.
The company also released new headphones and audio systems at the launch event. The headphone range included premium noise cancelling wireless headphones, HD610N, that supports Google Assistant and Bluetooth compatibility in black or copper finish, with an RRP of $499.95. The HTX range has been expanded with the lightweight Bluetooth over-ear, HTX90N and in-ear HTX20B models, with RRPs from $119.95 and $299.95.
The latest compact high-powered audio systems comprise the 120W, PMX92 micro system with Autoplay, Bluetooth, FM/DAB+ radio and CD playback with optical input for TV, retailing at $549; and the 450W, AKX320 mini system with 16cm woofer and a slew of DJ effects, compatible with the MAX Juke app. RRP is $359.