Toshiba Intros New TV Lines – Finally Goes 3D 
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Written by Dick Ward   
Wednesday, 15 September 2010

When other companies jumped head first into the 3D market, Toshiba decided to sit back and play it safe.  It's not a bad idea, considering that 3D content hasn't really been available.

Now Toshiba seems to feel that the time is right for 3D and has announced the WX800 Cinema series of televisions, marking the company's first charge into the third dimension.

The WX800 is capable of displaying 3D content in a variety of formats, making it a versatile set as far as your viewing options are concerned.  It also includes a tech known as 3D Resolution+ which should help to keep that picture clean and clear.

It also sports the Toshiba CineSpeed LED panel with edge lighting and DynaLight control.  It sports a 7,000,000:1 contrast ratio, ClearFrame 240Hz technology and of course, a 1080p resolution.  The WX800 is available in a 55 inch model for $3,299 and at 46 for $2,599.

Toshiba's new VX700 is essentially the non-3D version of the WX800.  It opts for ClearFrame 120Hz, but still has the internet connectivity, Audyssey EQ processing, and advanced video controls for color and gamma settings.

You'll find the VX700 for $2,799 at 55 inches and $2,299 at 46.







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