The Panasonic JS350 series TVs are a real gem . We are talking about two TVs equipped with rather small panels, which until some time ago would have been combined with televisions that were fairly sparse in content and functionality. Today, however, Panasonic has even managed to develop a 24-inch smart TV with Wifi connection, applications, voice control and much more.
Let’s see the technical specifications of these two innovative televisions:
- Screen technology: LED
- Screen Resolution: HD Ready
- HDR: Yes
- Operating system: –
- Internet and Wifi: Yes
- USB ports: 2
- HDMI ports: 4
Even before going into the details, it is appropriate to dwell a second on the design which, in our opinion, is quite sophisticated. The frames of the panel, in fact, are very thin, and the aesthetics are winning especially for the metal finishes. In short, even in terms of design alone, these two sisters really have nothing to envy to their competitors.
As for the panel, the latter features the LED backlight system, HD Ready resolution, and, surprisingly, HDR technology. This is a real novelty for a 24-inch TV because usually, HDR is present on televisions starting from 40 inches. Consequently, thanks to the high level of contrast, the video quality is nothing short of exceptional.
On both models, blacks appear dark and deep, while whites look bright and vibrant. This brings greater realism and clarity to the image, regardless of the content being broadcast. Even on the sound side, we can be more than satisfied: two speakers with 6 watts of power each in combination with surround sound. In essence, therefore, the television experience is more than optimal on Panasonic JS350 series TVs.
But, what is even more surprising is the ability to connect TVs to the Wifi network so that they can be made smart TVs. In fact, in terms of offer range, these two models really have nothing to envy: they support Netflix, YouTube, Prime Video, and many other apps. Also, if you want, you can connect a USB stick with the contents you want to watch and stream them on the screen without any problem.
What’s more, these two smart TVs can also be connected to Google Assistant and Alexa, so that you can use voice commands to manage them. In short, what more could you want from two televisions with a panel of this size? If you consider that in most cases such small TVs have neither HDR, nor Wifi, nor apps, you will realize that we are facing an exception to the rule.
The only thing we have to underline is the absence of Bluetooth and the possibility of connecting the smartphone to the television. But who knows, maybe the next Panasonic series will be complete from this point of view as well. Meanwhile, as far as these two smart TVs are concerned, if you are looking for a smaller model, we strongly recommend that you take these two rarities into consideration .