Panasonic TH-65PB1E Review
|Value for Money||
|5 Years Old|
|£1,310 Over 5 Years|
Why Has it Scored 31?
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It is over 2 years old and it is likely that newer, better flatpanel monitors are available. View the latest PC screens 2017.
This PC monitor has running costs of £1,310 over 5 years, which puts it in the most expensive 1% of all 2,918 PC screens that we have compared it to.
It has some good features, but is also missing a few features:
Very big display diagonal
Has an HDMI
Only one USB 2.0 port
Panasonic TH-65PB1E In-Depth Analysis
Value For Money
Mediocre Value for Money
The product has mediocre features and is over 6 months old and at £7,200.00 it is more expensive than 99% of PC monitors.
Average Display Resolution
The TH-65PB1E's display resolution of 2,070,000 pixels is relatively average compared to most other LCD screens. It is in the largest 53% of all PC screens when ordered by this feature.
Very Big Display Diagonal
The display diagonals of LCD screens range from 3.5" to 95", and the average display diagonal is 25". The TH-65PB1E's display diagonal of 65" is in the biggest 1% of all LCD screens when ordered by this feature.
Has an HDMI
The TH-65PB1E has an HDMI, which is unusual. 93% of PC displays do not have an HDMI.
Only One USB 2.0 Port
The TH-65PB1E is a one USB 2.0 port PC monitor. Most of the other PC screens have between one and five USB 2.0 ports.
Average Contrast Ratio (dynamic)
The contrast ratio (dynamic) of the TH-65PB1E of 5,000,000 is pretty standard compared to most other PC displays. It is in the highest 33% of all flatpanel monitors when ordered by this feature.
Released Over Five Years Ago
This LCD screen has been on the market since August 2012.
High Running Costs
The TH-65PB1E has an average running cost of £1,310 over 5 years based on average usage levels and energy prices, which is in the most expensive 1% of all 2,918 PC screens.