The new Panasonic UHD Blu-ray Disc player.
February 20, 2018
Panasonic could add a second new Ultra HD Blu-ray player to its 2018 U.S. product lineup, according to a report from HD Guru.
The new player, model DP-UB9000, announced at a Panasonic Product Convention in Europe last week, could join the previously announced UB820, HD Guru reported. The Panasonic UB820 was unveiled at CES last month, where it won HD Guru’s Best Ultra HD Player of CES 2018 award.
In 2016 Panasonic introduced its first premium 4K UHD Blu-ray player, model UB900, in the United States.
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If that image is what it looks like, then I wont be buying the device