The Japanese Company who is struggling to compete in the
For example the Panasonic TH-L32E6A which is a sub $500 32″ has been upgreaded to get Netflix. Also upgraded is the 2012 42″ TH-L42E5A model and the 32″ TH-L32E5A both are sub $500 Panasonic TV’s. In fact 27 2012 Panasonic TV models have been upgraded but not the $5K Plus WT- 600 which Panasonic claims is still a “leading edge 4K Ultra High Definition TV.
SmartHouse has received several calls on the issue.
Panasonic has flately refused to explain why this TV has been isolated from over 40 of their models.
SmartHouse has suggested that they have a serious software issue with this TV and that the Japanese Company is struggling to deliver any current or new applications to this premium TV.
Graeme Rodwell from The Sound Craftsman told SmartHouse
I believe that Panasonic are making a large marketing error
He claimed “Panasonic have been slow to include many
“Many have relatively modern upmarket TV sets,
“Some are now considering an upgrade to a ‘Smart TV’.
“If there are technical reasons why additional
He claimed that “Panasonic may choose to ignore this
Also missing from their application line-up on the WT 600 is
During the past 14 months there have been little to no app