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Toshiba's WL series Consists of LED Backlit LCD TV Sets, Too

Autor: Markus Hevesi
04/21/2010, 21:47 CET

The sets the WL series is made up of provide a large number of connection possibilities. Their scope of supply includes a Toshiba USB dongle with a WiFi interface and WPS certification. HDMI ports (High-Definition Multimedia Interface) connect the WL sets with multiple HD sources and makes them receive uncompressed media streams. Two USB inputs and a SD-card slot supply to the range of connection possibilities.

The 16:9 LCD panel with Full HD resolution (1,920 to 1,080 pixels) and edge LED technology in combination with several integrated, powerful features provides a needle-sharp television pictures with natural colour representation. Due to Toshiba’s image enhancing algorithm Resolution+ improving the resolution of detailed picture areas and edges in real time, even movies in standard definition (SD) or content from SD sources appear on the display in extraordinary sharpness.

Additionally, Toshiba's "Active Vision M200 HD Pro" technology increases the image refresh rate fourfold from 50 to 200 Hertz by adding 150 interpolated frames to the 50 frames broadcasted per second. The increase in frequency makes moving pictures appear very fluidly on the screen.

Toshiba Regaza WL743 (Picture: Toshiba)

Because Toshiba wants its customers to get the most out of their televisions, with ease of use and an above-average image quality, all sets are provided with the latest technology and many comfort functions. This includes AutoView, which automatically as well as permanently adapts image settings such as brightness, contrast ratio, gamma, sharpness or colour saturation to ambient light and screen content.

AutoView not only provides a homogenic picture, but also helps to save energy by reducing the LED backlight when the brightness in the room decreases or one particular scene on the screen does not need high brightness. All models of the WL series are equipped with a power switch fully separating the monitors from the power supply system in order to avoid useless power consumption.

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