Toshiba UX600 LED TV Delivers WiFi Web Apps
Comes in 40-, 46- and 55-inch sizes with access to YouTube, Vudu, Flickr, Picasa, New York Times, Twitter and more.
It also provides Net access conveniently with an included WiFi adapter to facilitate setup and installation.
Viewers can tap into Vudu on-demand movies, YouTube, social networking sites Facebook and Twitter, slideshow apps Flickr and Picasa, Pandora and news services such as the New York Times, Associated Press and National Weather. You can even customize a CNN-like “Ticker” at the bottom of the screen to keep up with the latest news or Twitter updates.
There’s no 3D-readiness, but Toshiba’s UX600, which will be available in March, should still deliver plenty of detail and perceived depth thanks to specs like the 3,000,000:1 dynamic contrast and the AutoView and DynaLight technologies that adjust the LED backlighting to better adapt the picture to the room’s lighting conditions.
Other features include:
- Air Lagoon design and depth of less than 2 inches
- Photo Frame capability for automatic slideshow mode
- Gaming Mode for optimum screen sync with gaming controllers
- ClearFrame 120Hz refresh to reduce motion blur
- Energy Star 4.0 compliance
MSRP: 40 inch ($1,399) | 46 inch ($1,699) | 55 inch ($2,499)
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