Posted Thu Mar 25, 2010 at 06:00 AM PDT by Mike Attebery
A total of five new LCD lines are coming out this month from Toshiba, but sadly, the CELL is not among them.
There’s a lot coming out from Toshiba this month, but much of it is, frankly, not worth mentioning. The CV100 series is available at up to 32” and offers a built-in DVD player, while the 720p C100 series does not. The E200 line kicks things up to 1080p and adds a luminous logo, but not a lot else.
The G300 series is a bit more interesting. It boasts 120Hz ClearFrame technology, it’s available in some good sizes, and it’s not too expensive. If you’re not looking for much more than a solid display, the 55” G300 can be had for $1,599.
Toshiba’s UX600 is the big one this month. It’s got that 1080p LED backlit picture and ClearFrame technology, but also boasts strong internet functionality. There’s no Netflix, but you can access VUDU, YouTube, Flickr, Facebook and Twitter. And you can do it all wirelessly, thanks to an included WiFi adapter. The 55” model runs $2,499.
Most of the new Toshiba models are available now, but you’ll still have to wait a bit to get your hands on the UX600.
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