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Panasonic's DMP-UB900 was the first Ultra HD Blu-ray player to be launched in Australia, but when it's released onto store shelves later this month it'll be more expensive than its Samsung competitor, thanks to some higher-quality audio components and apparently superior video output. Internationally, Panasonic now has two new 4K Blu-ray players launching that -- if they come to Australia -- should be pretty damn tempting, and provide stronger competition at for anyone looking to get into the new format without breaking the bank.

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Panasonic's DMP-UB900 was the first Ultra HD Blu-ray player to be launched in Australia, but when it's released onto store shelves later this month it'll be more expensive than its Samsung competitor, thanks to some higher-quality audio components and apparently superior video output. Internationally, Panasonic now has two new 4K Blu-ray players launching that -- if they come to Australia -- should be pretty damn tempting, and provide stronger competition at for anyone looking to get into the new format without breaking the bank.