Philips has just launched three new TV series that update its home screen offering. These are the new Philips 4000, 5000 and 5500 Series . These new televisions include all the features of the Smart TVs that are appearing on the market lately, such as network connection, WiFi port , DLNA, USB and, of course, compatibility with 3D images .
The new Phillips Series 4000, 5000 and 5500 are modern and elegant looking televisions, with a minimal screen frame size and a completely flat base, which gives a stylish look to the whole. All three series are available in a wide variety of sizes. Specifically, the 4000 Series is offered in sizes 32, 37, 42 and 47 inches , while the 5000 Series is available in 32, 40 and 46 inches . For its part, the new 5500 series has 32, 40, 46 and 55-inch models . Also, the 5500 Series is the only one capable of reproducing 3D images .
Regardless of the size we choose the TV, all three series have a screen 16: 9 LCD with resolution Full HD 1920 x 1080 pixels d . The 4000 Series has a display operating frequency of 200 Hz , while the 5000 and 5500 operate at 400 Hz . Apart from the DTT tuner , the new Phillips allows us to play video or music files from a memory stick or an external hard drive thanks to the USB port integrated in all models. Also, this USB input It also serves so that we can record our favorite shows or series, and be able to watch them whenever we want.
Network connectivity is one of the most remarkable features of the new Phillips televisions . Thanks to the Ethernet input we can access the Internet and from there, all kinds of content on demand, such as online movies, downloading applications, or connection to YouTube . If we don't want to get complicated with cables, the new Phillips 5000 and 5500 incorporate a practical WiFi port as standard , with which we can access the network completely wirelessly. In the case of the 4000 Series , a USB adapter must be addedoptional for wireless connectivity. In any case, all three series are compatible with the DLNA networking format . This standard allows us to share audio, video, and image files over a network with any other compatible device. For example, we can send the photos or videos that we have on the computer or the music from our smartphone . In addition, if we download the My Remote App from Phillips , we can use our iPhone or Android device as a remote control for the TV.
As for the connectivity options, the new Phillips have four HDMI ports with audio return channel, three USB terminals , the WiFi port , the Ethernet connection , AV inputs and outputs and a slot for pay-channel cards. As for prices, the 4000 Series has a retail price that ranges between 500 and 800 euros , depending on the screen size, logically. The Series 5000 is between 600 and 1600 euros , while the new Series 5500 , already with 3D, will have prices ranging from 700 to 1800 euros approximately.